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Dermapen Microneedling

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Whether you're suffering from scars, acne, dark spots, or other issues, Dermapen can help restore your skin's health. The device uses a process called microneedling to make tiny punctures in your skin. This stimulates your body to produce more collagen and elastin, which will help smooth and firm your skin.


When the device makes the punctures, your skin's natural healing process kicks into high gear, resulting in the forming of new collagen-rich tissue. This new layer of skin will peel away old skin, revealing a fresher, healthier look.


Dermapen can be used on a variety of areas on the body, including the face, neck, hands, and decollete. The needles on the device can be adjusted to a depth of 0.5 to 3.5 millimeters. This means that Dermapen treatments are generally painless. However, if you have particularly sensitive skin, a topical numbing cream may be used beforehand.


Microneedling is effective at reducing scars and other skin issues. However, it also causes skin to peel, so you may want to use cosmetics to help lessen the redness. It is important to avoid strenuous exercise and excessive sun exposure, especially during the first few days after microneedling.


Depending on your skin's condition and the amount of damage, your skin may require more than one treatment. Most patients benefit from a series of three to six treatments. This can be determined by your aesthetic nurse specialist, who will evaluate your skin. However, most insurance companies do not cover cosmetic procedures, so you'll need to pay for them yourself.


The procedure should be done in a sterile environment, as there is a risk of damage to blood vessels and nerves. There is also a risk of cross-contamination. This risk is recognized by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. However, with the correct technique, there are little to no risks.


Prior to your first Dermapen treatment, your aesthetic nurse specialist will apply a topical numbing cream to your skin. You will need to wait four hours before washing your face. You should avoid picking at your skin.


After your first treatment, you can expect to see a difference in your skin's texture and tone. You may also notice an improvement in the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. The process can also help reverse the effects of sun damage. This is because microneedling encourages your skin to produce more collagen and elastin.


The results of your first treatment are usually visible within two to four weeks. However, you may need to receive touch-up treatments to achieve the maximum results. For best results, it is recommended to receive three to six treatments spaced four to six weeks apart. The results will last for at least three to five months.


Depending on your aesthetic goals, you may need to receive a series of Dermapen treatments. Your aesthetic nurse specialist will discuss your specific needs and the risks and benefits of the treatment. You should also follow the Dermapen Microneedling home care program to help your skin maintain its newfound smoothness.



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