1. Rejuvenates and nourishes the skin
  2. Improve skin tone and firmness
  3. Minimises the depth and size of fine lines and wrinkles

Medical needling is an aesthetic, non-surgical procedure that involves sliding along over the skin and repetitively pricking the surface with small needles. This process creates minimum trauma which activates a wound-healing reaction and it is this that starts the production of collagen and elastin. This treatment has many benefits and is a less invasive alternative to cosmetic surgery, with fast results and little downtime.

Benefits:​

  • Reduces open pores
  • Lowers the depth of scars
  • Lighten the pigmentation of scars
  • Rejuvenates and nourishes the skin
  • Promotes the production of collagen and elastin
  • Improve skin tone and firmness
  • Skin lifting
  • Minimises the depth and size of fine lines and wrinkles
  • Boosts hydration levels
  • Creates more youthful, fresher and healthier looking skin

 

This treatment is appropriate for all skin types and addresses an extensive variety of problems such as acne, pigmentation and fine lines and wrinkles. Not only does medical needling assist in fighting noticeable signs of ageing, but it also targets stretch marks and scarring. It’s a very effective treatment with outstanding results. Micro-needling can also help tackle skin problems such as scarring, dark marks, sun damage and ageing.

Pain in most patients is minimal. However, in order to make the procedure far less painful, your advanced and experienced aesthetic practitioner may numb the area using a topical anaesthetic cream prior to commencement of the treatment to reduce the sensation of the treatment.

As it is a natural alternative, it is found that this form of therapy is enormously popular. Micro-Needling causes significantly less outer layer (epidermal) damage than other therapies and is a preferred method of skin rejuvenation. This method is extremely effective and is hugely popular with clients who prefer a rejuvenation method involving significantly less epidermal damage than alternative treatments