At our clinic, microneedle mesotherapy is performed using the DERMAPEN™ tool. DERMAPEN™ is a safe, versatile tool which facilitates procedures being performed on the entire face, neck, décolleté;, abdomen, thighs, buttocks, or scalp. Microneedle mesotherapy stimulates natural skin regeneration processes.
- Fine, shallow wrinkles
- Stretch marks
- Acne scars, surgery scars, burn scars
- Thin, flabby skin
- Enlarged skin pores (reduction)
- Rejuvenation of hands
- Supportively in hair loss therapy
Thanks to the small size of the device, DERMAPEN™ procedures may be performed even in hardly accessible regions such as the area around the eyes or lips. The refinement of the micropuncturing mechanism ensures excellent effects while minimizing recovery downtime. Automated skin puncturing technique enhances the efficacy of treatment by increasing the penetration of active substances into the skin while simultaneously minimizing pain and discomfort experienced by patients. Thanks to the controlled precision of the Dermapen procedure, the mechanism of its action can be divided into three stages:
- Penetration of active substances into the epidermis and dermis for unmatched stimulation of fibroblasts
- Microinjuries trigger the body’s natural skin repair capabilities by increasing physiological production of collagen.
- No tanning for 4 weeks before the procedure
- No peels or acids for 2-3 weeks before the procedure
- 2-3 weeks before the procedure, patient should discontinue all retinol- and fruit acid-containing products
- Patient should abstain from alcohol on the day of procedure
- Patient’s skin should be thoroughly shaved for the procedure
The procedure lasts about 30-45 minutes. The skin is anesthetized with an anesthetic cream and carefully disinfected. The procedure is performed every 3-6 weeks, depending on skin reaction and problem being treated. The recommended number of procedures is 3-5.
The outcomes are usually visible following the second or third procedure; however, full enhancement of skin tone, reduction of wrinkles and stretch marks, and filling of acne or surgical scars may be visible one month after the last procedure in the series.
- cancer diseases
- chronic diseases of the cardiovascular system
- coagulation disorders
- hypersensitivity to titanium, surgical steel, or gold (in case of needles)
- diseases including epilepsy, diabetes, jaundice, leukemia
- history of surgeries and surgical procedures within last 6 months
- active herpes
- inflammations (skin and internal organs)
- bacterial, viral, and fungal infections
- antibiotic therapy
- pregnancy and breastfeeding
- active purulent acne or rosacea