Skin Needling or Derma Pen is rapidly becoming the most sought after treatment in the quest for anti-aging prevention as well as the reversal of the visible signs of aging such as lines and wrinkles, pigmentation and loss of skin elasticity and firmness.
Dermapen or Derma rolling gently stimulates the skin’s healing response using very fine needles, similar to those used in acupuncture.
In addition to stimulating the skin to produce more collagen, and elastin and tiny new blood vessels, this treatment also permits deeper infusion of topical applications, which greatly increases the penetration and effectiveness of the ingredients.
Pour Moi Skin and Beauty perform medical grade Dermapen treatments, using the Dermapen 3 machine, which has been proven by scientific and clinical studies to assist with skin and scar tissue regeneration.
At Pour Moi Skin & Beauty, we invest in only the best, industry-leading technology to ensure outstanding results for our clients. Dermapen is one of the latest and most effective treatments in treating a whole range of skin concerns, but particularly scarring! We've seen some amazing results.If you want to learn more, book a free, non-obligation consultation with Beth on our website: http://www.pourmoi.co.nz/professional-skin-and-beauty/Posted by Pour Moi Skin and Beauty on Thursday, 1 February 2018
A treatment requires topical anaesthetic and takes approximately 20-30 minutes. Most clients find this treatment very tolerable.
The results are cumulative so multiple treatments are usually necessary to achieve significant improvements, which are usually seen within 4-6 weeks of each treatment.
A course of 3-6 treatments 2-4 weeks apart is recommended.
This is very much like fertilizing the soil before planting the seedlings, establishing a healthier, better-looking tree.
There is no downtime associated with Dermapen treatment. You may want to wear mineral makeup on skin to cover any redness.
You will need to regularly apply sunblock and to take extra care to avoid sun exposure for at least the first week after treatment.