DERMAL NEEDLING

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This is a procedure that can be used to repair imperfections such as wrinkles, dark spots, or problems with uneven pigmentation. Dermal needling has become a popular procedure because of its relatively low rate of side effect occurrences, and because it is a procedure that can be performed quickly, on an outpatient basis. Dermal needling can treat a number of skin issues, such as wrinkles, acne scars, and dark patches.

1 Session: $300

3 Series Program: $800

THE PROCEDURE

The skin is cleansed (in some cases Microdermabrasion is performed depending on skin condition) & numbing cream is applied. The skin is thoroughly treated in such a way that each area is needled up to 20 times. Your skin will appear flushed (pink to red) which may last for 12 to 24 hours on average. Most clients are able to return to work that same day.

You may notice that your skin looks refreshed immediately after this procedure, but the real results will come over several weeks following the treatment. Your skin will be generating more collagen and new skin cells in order to repair itself. As healing continues, the true results of skin needling will appear. 

The treatment takes approximately 45 minutes.

*Please arrive with no makeup on*

POST TREATMENT MANAGEMENT

For the first 48 hours:

  • do not use glycolic acid, retinol and acidic skin care with “active” ingredients

  • do not touch or rub the face 

  • do not use spray tan products

  • avoid makeup      

  • sun exposure is not advised for 12-24hrs 

WHEN IS SKIN NEEDLING NOT SUITABLE

  • the treatment should not be performed within 2 weeks of having an injectable dermal filler or botox.

  • the treatment is never performed on raised moles, warts or lesions

  • during pregnancy                 

  • medication (some medication may reduce healing time, please advise of any medication you may be taking)

  • the treatment will not be performed if the client has an active acne breakout, once resolved the treatment can go ahead

  • medical conditions (ie diabetes) need medical certificate