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Skin Needling

What is Skin Needling?

Skin needling uses a roller with tiny needles over it to make tiny pinpoint wounds in the skin. This dermal damage induces the release of the growth factors that stimulate the production of new collagen and elastin. Skin needling creates dermal damage without removing the healthy epidermis. Because of this the healing period is rapid.

Skin needling can be done to improve acne scarring, general scars, stretch marks and upper lip lines.

It is also used to improve pores, tighten the skin on the face, neck, upper arm, buttocks and legs.

For the best results the skin needs to be prepared and healthy.
This allows less down time and better results.


Why use Skin Needling?
  • Collagen and elastin are stimulated naturally
  • Down time is minimum (redness for 24–48 hours)
  • It is suitable for all skin types
  • All areas can be treated
  • Areas have multiple treatments for maximum results.

How Skin Needling is performed

The client will come in 30 minutes before the treatment.
  • The skin is cleansed to remove makeup, creams etc. A before photograph is taken so we can track the improvements.

    A topical anaesthetic cream is placed all over the area that is to be treated.
After 30 minutes the topical anaesthetic cream will have worked and the treatment can begin.
  • Depending on the pain tolerance of the client, they may experience some pain.

    The therapist will start the needling with a professional roller. Small areas are needled until bleeding takes place.
Once treated the area is washed and Vaseline™ is placed over
the skin.
  • This is to stop any bacteria entering the skin and causing
    an infection.
The client is given an aftercare sheet and an at-home roller.
  • The client rolls the skin at home every alternate day.
  • Salon treatments are approx every 6 weeks.
Skin-care while using this treatment will be discussed with the client and products prescribed to maintain the skin.