How does Derma Roller work?
The Dermal Roller is gently rolled across your skin, it makes pin point punctures into the dermis. Your body perceives this as damage, which triggers the release of growth factors that, in turn, stimulate the production of elastin and collagen.
The concept of skin needling is based on the skins natural ability to repair itself.
The result is smoother, and firmer younger looking skin.
You are eligible to have Dermal Rolling if the following applies to you
- Lack of skin radiance
- Sun damage
- Acne/ acne scars / scars
- Fine lines
- Crows feet
- Stretch marks
- Indented acne or chicken pox scars
- Post surgical scars
- Dry skin
- Open pores/enlarged pores
You are NOT eligible for Dermal Rolling if the following applies
- You suffer with active pustular acne
- Raised moles or warts
- Active bacterial, viral or fungal infections
- Facial surgery in the last 6 months
- Eczema and psoriasis
- You suffer from diabetes
- Patients taking blood pressure medication
- Actinic (solar) keratosis
- Blood thinning or heart medication
- If you are Diabetic
- Scars less than 6 months old
WHAT SHOULD I AVOID FOLLOWING TREATMENT
You may look and feel as though you have sunburn, to ensure your skin returns to normal as quickly as possible and to achieve the best results we advise:
- Always make sure that your hands are thoroughly clean when touching the treatment area post procedure.
- Aggressive Skin Care Products should be avoided until the redness has subsided and it is recommended that makeup is not applied for 24 hours after the procedure.
- Avoid sauna’s, exercise, hot baths/showers until the redness has gone (this is usually within 24 hours minimum)
- Avoid intensive sunlight exposure and artificial UV exposure for a period of at least 2-3 weeks after the procedure.
- Fake tan should not be applied 10-14 days prior, and 7 days following a Dermaroller treatment
|Course of 3||£200.00|
|Course of 6||£420.00|