Dermapen Micro-Needling Skin Treatment
Dermapen offers a solution for skin conditions such as wrinkles and fine lines, acne scarring, stretch marks, wound healing stimulation, skin tightening, lifting and rejuvenation.
The Dermapen micro-needling device provides unparalleled collagen induction therapy by fractional delivery of needles into the epidermis and dermis. These micro-injuries comprised of a series of fine, sharp needles puncture the skin to encourage and harness the power of the body’s innate ability to regrow and repair the skin through the physiology of collage induction.
Dermapen micro needling promotes scar-less healing and natural collagen reproduction, similar to fractional laser treatments, IPL, laser resurfacing, and chemical peels, but without the side effects and downtime.
Micro needling can be performed under a local anesthetic if needed, but is usually painless.
The Dermapen device is rolled over the surface of the face to create many microscopic channels deep into the dermis of the skin, which stimulates your own body to produce new collagen. At a microscopic level, proliferated skin cells, such as fibroblasts, migrate to the point of injury and transform into collagen fibers, resulting in increased fiber strength and elasticity.
The new collagen fills depressed scars and wrinkles from the bottom up, lifting the depression so they are level with the surrounding skin.
The mechanism of injury is a natural process, which makes Dermapen a holistic approach to skin therapy.
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