Dermapen™ Skin Needling (Collagen Induction Therapy) is a revolutionary micro-needling treatment which aims to tighten, lift and rejuvenate skin. Our Dermapen™ Skin Needling treatment is the latest and most advanced treatment available today.
Dermapen™ Skin Needling can visibly improve the appearance of :
- fine lines
- surgical, acne and trauma scars
- stretch marks
- …and much much more!
Dermapen™ Skin Needling is safer and more effective in piercing the skin than traditional skin needling rollers. The treatment has a superior effect on collagen and elastin rejuvenation using a multi-speed and adjustable needle depth offering unparalleled collagen induction by harnessing the body’s innate ability to re-grow and repair the skin as a response to micro-damage. This small, hand-held device delivers up to 1,300 micro punctures per second into the skin, thus stimulating the production of collagen and elastin and normalizing various skin functions.
Dermapen™ Skin Needling (Collagen Induction Therapy)Needling vs Rollers
| Phase One
Dermapen™ Skin Needling vs. Dermal Rollers
Dermal rollers are simpler, less tech-savvy predecessors to Dermapen™ Skin Needling. A dermal roller consists of a rolling pin covered with tiny needles. During a derma roller treatment, the roller is rolled across the skin, leaving behind a trail of microscopic punctures. While dermal rolling is effective, the rolling action of the device pushes the skin into mounds, and causes the needles to enter AND exit the skin at an angle, creating lateral epidermal tears. The tearing is NOT due to the needles not being “properly anchored” in the skin, but the simple mechanics of angular needle entry. Whilst not detrimental to the results, this makes the treatment much more painful, and often causes a longer downtime for the client.
The Dermapen™’s needles enter the skin at a 90 degree angle, eliminating the pain and epidermal tearing associated with dermal rollers. Dermapen™’s patent-pending AOVN™ technology keeps the oscillation speed of the motor at its optimal rate for smooth, drag-less operation.
The most important difference between dermal rollers and the Dermapen™ lies in the effectiveness of the two technologies. One thing has been repeatedly shown to be true — the more micro-punctures a device is able to achieve, the more dramatic the results will be. With the majority of dermal rollers, the maximum achievable number of holes is somewhere between 300 and 400 holes per second. While this sounds like a lot, the number sounds quite small when compared to the number of micro-punctures created by the Dermapen™. With its 12-tip needle head and a motor that produces close to 110 revolutions per second, the Dermapen™ is able to deliver an impressive 1,300 holes per second, ensuring the most dramatic results.
A 60-patient study conducted by Prof. Tony Chu comparing the dermal rollers to the Dermapen™ revealed that not only were Dermapen™ Treatments less painful and had a shorter period of downtime, they were also much more effective in achieving visible results when compared to dermal rollers.
| Phase Two
| Phase Three
| Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions
Full Face & Neck
Full Face, Neck & Décolletage