The Dermapen 3™ is a revolutionary micro-needling device which aims to tighten, lift and rejuvenate skin. It can be used to treat the appearance of:
- Aged and sagging skin
- Fine lines and wrinkles
- Vertical lip lines
- Skin tightening and rejuvenation
- Enlarged pores
- Stretch marks
- Acne, surgical and burn scars
- Alopecia (when used in conjunction with a topical treatment)
The treatment uses tiny needles to pierce the skin and the adjustable depth allows for a treatment that is fully tailored to meet your individual needs. The result is an increased production of collagen without side effects and little downtime. In addition, the Dermapen 3™, when compared to traditional dermal rollers, is a safer, more comfortable, and more effective treatment. It can be used in hard to reach areas such as around the eyes and lips and on the nose.
- Skin rejuvenation | 4-6 treatments | 4-6 weeks apart
- Acne scarring | 6 treatments | 6 weeks apart
- Stretch marks | 4-8 treatments | 4-6 weeks apart
Typically, you will see results after the first treatment, but lasting and more significant results will become visible after 4-6 treatments spaced 4-6 weeks apart. The condition of your skin will continue to improve over the next 6-12 months after a course of treatments, especially when combined with the recommended post-treatment care.
While there is little downtime, redness and slight swelling can happen for 12-48 hours after treatment. To find out what Dermapen can do for you, schedule a complimentary consultation today!
Want to enhance your treatment? Add the platelet rich plasma (PRP option) known as the Selphyl System.
This system uses Platelet Rich Fibrin Matrix (PRFM) technology to help ensure consistent results. Known as the “vampire face lift,” this system is an in-office procedure where blood is drawn from the arm and spun in a centrifuge to separate the platelets. Once separated, they are injected into your face with the hope of stimulating new collagen production. This procedure can fill in wrinkles or plump up hollow cheeks.
To view our March 2016 Newsletter story, “Going in Deep with the Dermapen”, click here.