Device with 48 needles. Length of each needle is 1.5 mm. Suitable for in-clinic procedures on areas of the body where the skin is more robust.
Device with 48 needles. Length of each needle is 1.2 mm. Best suited for in-clinic procedures on more delicate areas, such as the face.
Device with 48 needles. Length of each needle is 0.49 mm. Suitable for home use.
The special formula in the syringe contains 5 ml of active substances — 0.55% hyaluronic acid (not stabilized) and succinic acid.
NEW LEVEL OF MICRONEEDLING.
Our product is a patented microneedle-based complex with transdermal delivery
technology for Microneedling procedures. The device provides collagen induction
therapy and forms numerous microchannels while enhancing the transepidermal
penetration of Formula with hyaluronic and succinic acids supporting natural
skin revitalization processes.
• Atonic and ageing body skin
• Stretch marks (linear atrophy)
• Scars, including post-acne
• Hyperpigmentation of various etiologies
• Superficial and deep wrinkles
• Complex cellulite therapy
Advantages of our products:
Efficiency. The delivery of the multi-action formulation allows you to get
visible results in one procedure.
Safety. The components are delivered packaged and sterilized, and are for
single-use only. All these factors prevent risk of infection.
Versatility. Can be used successfully for both facial skin and problematic areas
of skin on other parts of the body, which also need proper care.
Economy. The amount of the solution in the syringe is enough to ensure that you
treat several zones at once. For example: a) face, neck and décolleté zone; b)
hips and buttocks; c) stomach and waist areas.
The results are individual and will vary according to the personal physiology of
Are there any clinical studies to back up the claims of microneedling?
Yes. Clinical comparison studies conducted by leading dermatological
universities in South Korea have also shown that dermarollers are more
effective in increasing the thickness of the skin than IPL and just as
effective as ablative treatments (chemical peel, dermabrasion, laser
resurfacing) and non-ablative machine-based treatments like CO2 Laser,
Fraxel, and Thermage.
Can microneedling reduce hyper-pigmentation?
Microneedling helps to inhibit hyper-pigmentation. This is where collagen
induction can easily aid the skin without removing or damaging the
epidermis. Several treatments however are required to even out skin tone
and get rid of hyper-pigmentation.
Can microneedling reduce open pore size?
Microneedling helps to reduce open pore size by inducing the skin to
produce collagen, which thickens the skin and tightens the surface in
areas with enlarged pores.
Can I use dermarollers if I have had fillers injected in my skin?
Yes, but ask your doctor when it’s okay to begin your microneedling
Who is not suitable for microneedling?
CONTRAINDICATIONS AND PRECAUTIONS INCLUDE:
– Keloid or severely raised scars
-Eczema, psoriasis, active acne, rosacea, or other chronic skin
– Actinic (Solar) Keratosis
– Diabetes (delayed wound healing)
– Presence of raised moles, warts, or lesions within treatment area
– Herpes Simplex or Zoster infections (treatment can trigger breakouts).
ABSOLUTE CONTRAINDICATIONS INCLUDE:
Scleroderma, blood clotting problems, collagen vascular diseases
cardiac abnormalities, immunosuppression, active bacterial or fungal
infections, scars less than 6 months old, facial botox or fillers
injected within the last 6 weeks.
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