The skin you want,
the treatment you’ve
been waiting for.
Microneedling employs tiny needles to puncture the skin's surface, triggering collagen production. The objective is to enhance and revitalize the skin, incorporating the use of a revitalizing hyaluronic acid serum in the treatment zone. The process with the dermaroller stimulates the body's innate capacity to self-heal, yielding remarkably authentic outcomes. Microneedling proves highly efficacious in addressing scars, wrinkles, and enlarged pores, all while promoting the generation of fresh tissue for a more refined and youthful complexion.
Minimize Fine Lines and Wrinkles
Minimize Acne Scars
Reduce the appearance of Large Pores
Have you been experiencing
any of these issues?
Fine lines and wrinkles
Fight the signs of aging particularly around eyes and mouth
Dull or uneven skin tone
Improve skin tone and hyperpigmentation issues
Reduce scars by promoting collagen formation
Minimize pore size by stimulating collagen production
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Frequently Asked Questions
How many Microneedling Sessions does it Take to see results?
You can safely book your microneedling treatments every 4 to 6 weeks until you get the results you want. If your goal is scar reduction, you'll likely need 3 to 6 treatments. For collagen induction, 3 treatments is a good starting point.
The treatment may NOT be suitable for you if any of the following apply directly to you: • You have a known history of clotting or bleeding disorders such as hemophilia. • You suffer from uncontrolled diabetes. • You are taking anticoagulant therapies such as warfarin or heparin or low dose aspirin as prescribed by your physician. • You are suffering from an active skin infection including bacterial, viral, or fungal. • You have eczema, psoriasis, rosacea, a collagen vascular disease, or skin rashes on the face. • You are suffering from active acne of the face or you are currently taking acne medication with the ingredient isotretinoin (such as Accutane™). • You have actinic (solar) keratoses, keloid scars (or a history of keloid scars), human papillomavirus warts (HPV) or birthmarks or moles in the treatment area. • You are suffering from a known malignancy or are undergoing or about to undergo treatments using chemotherapy, radiotherapy or high dose corticosteroids. • You suffer from a systemic infection such as hepatitis or human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). • If you are pregnant or are currently breastfeeding. • You are allergic to stainless steel or topical or local anesthetics or have a history of contact dermatitis to these products. • You are allergic to or have a history of contact dermatitis to the ingredients in Supragel™ which consists of calcium chloride, propylene glycol, deionized water, sodium hydroxide, sucrose, pectin and cellulose gum (blanose)
• You have undergone plastic surgery of the face including dermal fillers within the last 12 months or have any facial surgical scars < 12 months old. • You have undergone Botox® or other neuromodulator injections in the face within the last three months.
Advantages vs. other
• Epidermis (outer layer of skin) remains intact and is not damaged unlike more invasive treatments
• Low risk of post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation
• The first dual-indicated microneedling treatment that is FDA-cleared for facial acne scars and facial wrinkles
What happens during the treatment?
1. You will have your face cleansed to remove any traces of make-up.
2. You will have a numbing cream applied to your face. You will need
to wait (typically 30 minutes) while the numbing cream works.
3. After your face is numb the cream is removed from
your face and your face will be cleansed again.
4. You will undergo the treatment. The treatment involves making
many, microscopic punctures into the epidermis of the skin
using very fine sterile needles. To do this, the device is moved
over your skin repeatedly to puncture the epidermis. People who
experience the treatment say that it feels like their skin is being
rubbed with fine sandpaper while others describe the feeling
of an electronic toothbrush being moved across your skin.
5. The treatment takes 15–20 minutes. After the treatment,
your skin will be cleansed again and a high sun protection
factor (SPF) sunscreen will be applied to your skin.
What Happens After Treatment
Some pinpoint bleeding after the treatment,
but this will stop within 5–10 minutes
Erythema, pain, discomfort and skin peeling were recorded by
the subjects up to eight days after treatment.
If you experience any side effects or symptoms that are NOT
listed above and/or symptoms that appear to be worse than those
listed above, please contact your physician immediately.