Invasive skin care


Microneedling is a treatment that involves the use of a tool (microneedling pen) with 6-12 super small needles in the tip that can be customized by your professional practitioner between 0.5 and 2.5 millimeters. 0.5 millimeters is the minimum length that penetrates the stratum corneum, or the superficial layer of the skin.

Microneedling works as collagen induction therapy. The treatment creates micropunctures (small holes) from the needles in the skin. Your body treats a small wound in the same way as a large wound, sending fibroblasts to create more collagen in the affected area.

We are basically tricking your skin into thinking it has been damaged, but as a result we are strengthening the skin and improving the texture with this procedure. The treatment begins by first cleansing the face, then a growth factor serum is applied through a syringe all over the skin. The practitioner will sluice the serum in with the tool (pen), apply another layer of serum and then use a mask over the top to seal everything. Keep in mind that this is not the same procedure as a “vampire facial”, which uses growth factor from your own blood, and is recommended for very advanced signs of aging.

The treatment is usually repeated 4-6 times at 1 month intervals.

Contact the clinic for further advice or make an appointment for a consultation.


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Ageing skin
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Large pores
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Stretch marks
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Sun-damaged skin
Things to consider after treatment

You must avoid makeup for the rest of the day. Active products such as retinol is not recommended for the next few days. You can use your creams and your regular makeup procedure the next day. It is important to use SPF 30-50 throughout the treatment period.

Combination with other treatments

To optimize the treatment, you can pre-treat with chemical peels.