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  • ASLMS Boston 36th Annual Conference

    30-Mar-2016 to 03-Apr-2016

    The conference this year will prove to be exciting and enlightening, with many new sessions, speakers and events. The program committee, session directors and staff have worked diligently to put together an outstanding program.

    Highlights of new features for the 2016 Annual Conference are:

    • NEW COURSES, WORKSHOPS, and SPECIAL SESSIONS
      • Energy-Based Device Applications in Gynecology
      • Neck Rejuvenation
      • Luminary Rapid-Fire Energy-Based Device Pearls
      • Special Session: Emerging Energy-Based Device Applications in Gynecology
    • REVISED AND REFRESHED
      • Non-Invasive Body Contouring Options
      • Pediatric Laser Focus
      • Complications, Legal Issues, and Laser Safety
    • BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND
      • 2nd Annual Celebration of ASLMS Women in Energy-Based Devices
      • Tech Connect (non-CME) – Now on Friday!
    • FOCUS ON THE FUTURE of ASLMS
      • Resident/Fellow and Early Career Scientist Opportunities
    • BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS: COLLABORATING SOCIETIES AT ALSMS 2016 - BOSTON
      • Head and Neck Optical Diagnostic and Intervention Society (HNODIS)
      • North American Association for Photobiomodulation Therapy (NAALT)
      • Academy of Laser Dentistry (ALD)
      • PanAmerican Photodynamic Association (PAPDT)

    More info here: http://www.aslms.org/annualconference/annualconference.shtml


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  • DermapenWorld appoints Australian Distributor – INSKIN COSMEDICS

    22-Feb-2016 to

     

    DermapenWorld appoints Australian Distributor – INSKIN COSMEDICS

    After an extensive search of the Australian aesthetic market, DermapenWorld by Equipmed have finally appointed an exclusive Australian representative. “This is the last step in our endeavors to fully diversify the company from all other brands that Equipmed have been handling for the last 38 years in Australia”, states CEO Stene Marshall. “DermapenWorld is the global leader in automated micro-needling in 60 countries. It was important to ensure local representative for our brand is well established, shares the same ideology as Equipmed and offered phenomenal customer support. INSKIN COSMEDICS was the perfect candidate for this exciting alliance”.

    INSKIN COSMEDICS has a strong reputation for customer service and support, with extensive representation throughout Australia. Dermapen’s existing customers are a priority and will be well looked after. INSKIN together with Dermapen/Equipmed share its passion and philosophy that EDUCATION is key to developing and supporting its clients. With the recent successful tour of Dermapen’s Advanced Dermapen Course, both companies are now accepting bookings for the first comprehensive 2-day Dermatological Masterclass. This will be held in all major capital cities in May 2016.

    DermapenWorld by Equipmed is now able to concentrate solely on technical development and the international distribution of its products. 2016 will be their most exciting year to date with over 10 major launches, including enhanced functionality to existing Dermapen 3 devices.

    Dermapen by Equipmed are proud to announce the official appointment of INSKIN COSMEDICS as our NEW AND EXCLUSIVE Dermapen Australian Distributor effective 1 March 2016.

    INSKIN COSMEDICS PTY LTD proudly announces their exclusive appointment as DermapenWorld Australian Distributor.

    When INSKIN COSMEDICS CEO Marie Enna-Cocciolone got wind that Equipmed was restructuring and DermapenWorld were looking for an Australian distributor she quickly made contact with DermapenWorld CEO Stene Marshall to understand the opportunity at hand.

    With 30 years industry experience, dedicated to skin health and anti-aging, driven by advanced science and technology Marie had been looking for a needling pen option for a number of years. Not one to compromise, nor settle for anything but the best, Marie is super-excited to add the original Dermapen and global leader in automated micro-needling in 60 countries to the INSKIN COSMEDICS portfolio.

    INSKIN COSMEDICS stands for benchmark customer service and education and is excited to extend this to DermapenWorld partners Australia wide. INSKIN COSMEDICS field force of 15+, backed by an expert team at inskin HQ, located in Sydney’s Olympic City of Homebush are committed to ensuring all Dermapen users are supported 7 days a week.

    INSKIN COSMEDICS owns training centres in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth, which will ensure training is available on (local) demand in both the aesthetic and medical markets.

    Marie says the “Dermapen3 is a collaboration of proven and established technologies built on many years of experience, skill and hands-on understanding which means we have the world’s best automated needling device on the market. While INSKIN COSMEDICS focus’s on transforming skins and businesses, the makers of Dermapen can now solely focus on future technical development ensuring we will always have the most advanced and effective device available.”

    INSKIN COSMEDICS will distribute Dermapen3, DP Dermaceuticals, Dermapen CRYO, Dermapen TATTOFF and Dermapen INFUSE from the 1st March 2016.


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  • ASLMS Boston 36th Annual Conference

    30-Mar-2016 to 03-Apr-2016

    The conference this year will prove to be exciting and enlightening, with many new sessions, speakers and events. The program committee, session directors and staff have worked diligently to put together an outstanding program.

    Highlights of new features for the 2016 Annual Conference are:

    • NEW COURSES, WORKSHOPS, and SPECIAL SESSIONS
      • Energy-Based Device Applications in Gynecology
      • Neck Rejuvenation
      • Luminary Rapid-Fire Energy-Based Device Pearls
      • Special Session: Emerging Energy-Based Device Applications in Gynecology
    • REVISED AND REFRESHED
      • Non-Invasive Body Contouring Options
      • Pediatric Laser Focus
      • Complications, Legal Issues, and Laser Safety
    • BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND
      • 2nd Annual Celebration of ASLMS Women in Energy-Based Devices
      • Tech Connect (non-CME) – Now on Friday!
    • FOCUS ON THE FUTURE of ASLMS
      • Resident/Fellow and Early Career Scientist Opportunities
    • BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS: COLLABORATING SOCIETIES AT ALSMS 2016 - BOSTON
      • Head and Neck Optical Diagnostic and Intervention Society (HNODIS)
      • North American Association for Photobiomodulation Therapy (NAALT)
      • Academy of Laser Dentistry (ALD)
      • PanAmerican Photodynamic Association (PAPDT)

    More info here: http://www.aslms.org/annualconference/annualconference.shtml


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  • DermapenWorld appoints Australian Distributor – INSKIN COSMEDICS

    22-Feb-2016 to

     

    DermapenWorld appoints Australian Distributor – INSKIN COSMEDICS

    After an extensive search of the Australian aesthetic market, DermapenWorld by Equipmed have finally appointed an exclusive Australian representative. “This is the last step in our endeavors to fully diversify the company from all other brands that Equipmed have been handling for the last 38 years in Australia”, states CEO Stene Marshall. “DermapenWorld is the global leader in automated micro-needling in 60 countries. It was important to ensure local representative for our brand is well established, shares the same ideology as Equipmed and offered phenomenal customer support. INSKIN COSMEDICS was the perfect candidate for this exciting alliance”.

    INSKIN COSMEDICS has a strong reputation for customer service and support, with extensive representation throughout Australia. Dermapen’s existing customers are a priority and will be well looked after. INSKIN together with Dermapen/Equipmed share its passion and philosophy that EDUCATION is key to developing and supporting its clients. With the recent successful tour of Dermapen’s Advanced Dermapen Course, both companies are now accepting bookings for the first comprehensive 2-day Dermatological Masterclass. This will be held in all major capital cities in May 2016.

    DermapenWorld by Equipmed is now able to concentrate solely on technical development and the international distribution of its products. 2016 will be their most exciting year to date with over 10 major launches, including enhanced functionality to existing Dermapen 3 devices.

    Dermapen by Equipmed are proud to announce the official appointment of INSKIN COSMEDICS as our NEW AND EXCLUSIVE Dermapen Australian Distributor effective 1 March 2016.

    INSKIN COSMEDICS PTY LTD proudly announces their exclusive appointment as DermapenWorld Australian Distributor.

    When INSKIN COSMEDICS CEO Marie Enna-Cocciolone got wind that Equipmed was restructuring and DermapenWorld were looking for an Australian distributor she quickly made contact with DermapenWorld CEO Stene Marshall to understand the opportunity at hand.

    With 30 years industry experience, dedicated to skin health and anti-aging, driven by advanced science and technology Marie had been looking for a needling pen option for a number of years. Not one to compromise, nor settle for anything but the best, Marie is super-excited to add the original Dermapen and global leader in automated micro-needling in 60 countries to the INSKIN COSMEDICS portfolio.

    INSKIN COSMEDICS stands for benchmark customer service and education and is excited to extend this to DermapenWorld partners Australia wide. INSKIN COSMEDICS field force of 15+, backed by an expert team at inskin HQ, located in Sydney’s Olympic City of Homebush are committed to ensuring all Dermapen users are supported 7 days a week.

    INSKIN COSMEDICS owns training centres in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth, which will ensure training is available on (local) demand in both the aesthetic and medical markets.

    Marie says the “Dermapen3 is a collaboration of proven and established technologies built on many years of experience, skill and hands-on understanding which means we have the world’s best automated needling device on the market. While INSKIN COSMEDICS focus’s on transforming skins and businesses, the makers of Dermapen can now solely focus on future technical development ensuring we will always have the most advanced and effective device available.”

    INSKIN COSMEDICS will distribute Dermapen3, DP Dermaceuticals, Dermapen CRYO, Dermapen TATTOFF and Dermapen INFUSE from the 1st March 2016.


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  • ASLMS Boston 36th Annual Conference

    30-Mar-2016 to 03-Apr-2016

    The conference this year will prove to be exciting and enlightening, with many new sessions, speakers and events. The program committee, session directors and staff have worked diligently to put together an outstanding program.

    Highlights of new features for the 2016 Annual Conference are:

    • NEW COURSES, WORKSHOPS, and SPECIAL SESSIONS
      • Energy-Based Device Applications in Gynecology
      • Neck Rejuvenation
      • Luminary Rapid-Fire Energy-Based Device Pearls
      • Special Session: Emerging Energy-Based Device Applications in Gynecology
    • REVISED AND REFRESHED
      • Non-Invasive Body Contouring Options
      • Pediatric Laser Focus
      • Complications, Legal Issues, and Laser Safety
    • BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND
      • 2nd Annual Celebration of ASLMS Women in Energy-Based Devices
      • Tech Connect (non-CME) – Now on Friday!
    • FOCUS ON THE FUTURE of ASLMS
      • Resident/Fellow and Early Career Scientist Opportunities
    • BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS: COLLABORATING SOCIETIES AT ALSMS 2016 - BOSTON
      • Head and Neck Optical Diagnostic and Intervention Society (HNODIS)
      • North American Association for Photobiomodulation Therapy (NAALT)
      • Academy of Laser Dentistry (ALD)
      • PanAmerican Photodynamic Association (PAPDT)

    More info here: http://www.aslms.org/annualconference/annualconference.shtml


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  • DermapenWorld appoints Australian Distributor – INSKIN COSMEDICS

    22-Feb-2016 to

     

    DermapenWorld appoints Australian Distributor – INSKIN COSMEDICS

    After an extensive search of the Australian aesthetic market, DermapenWorld by Equipmed have finally appointed an exclusive Australian representative. “This is the last step in our endeavors to fully diversify the company from all other brands that Equipmed have been handling for the last 38 years in Australia”, states CEO Stene Marshall. “DermapenWorld is the global leader in automated micro-needling in 60 countries. It was important to ensure local representative for our brand is well established, shares the same ideology as Equipmed and offered phenomenal customer support. INSKIN COSMEDICS was the perfect candidate for this exciting alliance”.

    INSKIN COSMEDICS has a strong reputation for customer service and support, with extensive representation throughout Australia. Dermapen’s existing customers are a priority and will be well looked after. INSKIN together with Dermapen/Equipmed share its passion and philosophy that EDUCATION is key to developing and supporting its clients. With the recent successful tour of Dermapen’s Advanced Dermapen Course, both companies are now accepting bookings for the first comprehensive 2-day Dermatological Masterclass. This will be held in all major capital cities in May 2016.

    DermapenWorld by Equipmed is now able to concentrate solely on technical development and the international distribution of its products. 2016 will be their most exciting year to date with over 10 major launches, including enhanced functionality to existing Dermapen 3 devices.

    Dermapen by Equipmed are proud to announce the official appointment of INSKIN COSMEDICS as our NEW AND EXCLUSIVE Dermapen Australian Distributor effective 1 March 2016.

    INSKIN COSMEDICS PTY LTD proudly announces their exclusive appointment as DermapenWorld Australian Distributor.

    When INSKIN COSMEDICS CEO Marie Enna-Cocciolone got wind that Equipmed was restructuring and DermapenWorld were looking for an Australian distributor she quickly made contact with DermapenWorld CEO Stene Marshall to understand the opportunity at hand.

    With 30 years industry experience, dedicated to skin health and anti-aging, driven by advanced science and technology Marie had been looking for a needling pen option for a number of years. Not one to compromise, nor settle for anything but the best, Marie is super-excited to add the original Dermapen and global leader in automated micro-needling in 60 countries to the INSKIN COSMEDICS portfolio.

    INSKIN COSMEDICS stands for benchmark customer service and education and is excited to extend this to DermapenWorld partners Australia wide. INSKIN COSMEDICS field force of 15+, backed by an expert team at inskin HQ, located in Sydney’s Olympic City of Homebush are committed to ensuring all Dermapen users are supported 7 days a week.

    INSKIN COSMEDICS owns training centres in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth, which will ensure training is available on (local) demand in both the aesthetic and medical markets.

    Marie says the “Dermapen3 is a collaboration of proven and established technologies built on many years of experience, skill and hands-on understanding which means we have the world’s best automated needling device on the market. While INSKIN COSMEDICS focus’s on transforming skins and businesses, the makers of Dermapen can now solely focus on future technical development ensuring we will always have the most advanced and effective device available.”

    INSKIN COSMEDICS will distribute Dermapen3, DP Dermaceuticals, Dermapen CRYO, Dermapen TATTOFF and Dermapen INFUSE from the 1st March 2016.


    View More


  • ASLMS Boston 36th Annual Conference

    30-Mar-2016 to 03-Apr-2016

    The conference this year will prove to be exciting and enlightening, with many new sessions, speakers and events. The program committee, session directors and staff have worked diligently to put together an outstanding program.

    Highlights of new features for the 2016 Annual Conference are:

    • NEW COURSES, WORKSHOPS, and SPECIAL SESSIONS
      • Energy-Based Device Applications in Gynecology
      • Neck Rejuvenation
      • Luminary Rapid-Fire Energy-Based Device Pearls
      • Special Session: Emerging Energy-Based Device Applications in Gynecology
    • REVISED AND REFRESHED
      • Non-Invasive Body Contouring Options
      • Pediatric Laser Focus
      • Complications, Legal Issues, and Laser Safety
    • BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND
      • 2nd Annual Celebration of ASLMS Women in Energy-Based Devices
      • Tech Connect (non-CME) – Now on Friday!
    • FOCUS ON THE FUTURE of ASLMS
      • Resident/Fellow and Early Career Scientist Opportunities
    • BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS: COLLABORATING SOCIETIES AT ALSMS 2016 - BOSTON
      • Head and Neck Optical Diagnostic and Intervention Society (HNODIS)
      • North American Association for Photobiomodulation Therapy (NAALT)
      • Academy of Laser Dentistry (ALD)
      • PanAmerican Photodynamic Association (PAPDT)

    More info here: http://www.aslms.org/annualconference/annualconference.shtml


    View More


  • DermapenWorld appoints Australian Distributor – INSKIN COSMEDICS

    22-Feb-2016 to

     

    DermapenWorld appoints Australian Distributor – INSKIN COSMEDICS

    After an extensive search of the Australian aesthetic market, DermapenWorld by Equipmed have finally appointed an exclusive Australian representative. “This is the last step in our endeavors to fully diversify the company from all other brands that Equipmed have been handling for the last 38 years in Australia”, states CEO Stene Marshall. “DermapenWorld is the global leader in automated micro-needling in 60 countries. It was important to ensure local representative for our brand is well established, shares the same ideology as Equipmed and offered phenomenal customer support. INSKIN COSMEDICS was the perfect candidate for this exciting alliance”.

    INSKIN COSMEDICS has a strong reputation for customer service and support, with extensive representation throughout Australia. Dermapen’s existing customers are a priority and will be well looked after. INSKIN together with Dermapen/Equipmed share its passion and philosophy that EDUCATION is key to developing and supporting its clients. With the recent successful tour of Dermapen’s Advanced Dermapen Course, both companies are now accepting bookings for the first comprehensive 2-day Dermatological Masterclass. This will be held in all major capital cities in May 2016.

    DermapenWorld by Equipmed is now able to concentrate solely on technical development and the international distribution of its products. 2016 will be their most exciting year to date with over 10 major launches, including enhanced functionality to existing Dermapen 3 devices.

    Dermapen by Equipmed are proud to announce the official appointment of INSKIN COSMEDICS as our NEW AND EXCLUSIVE Dermapen Australian Distributor effective 1 March 2016.

    INSKIN COSMEDICS PTY LTD proudly announces their exclusive appointment as DermapenWorld Australian Distributor.

    When INSKIN COSMEDICS CEO Marie Enna-Cocciolone got wind that Equipmed was restructuring and DermapenWorld were looking for an Australian distributor she quickly made contact with DermapenWorld CEO Stene Marshall to understand the opportunity at hand.

    With 30 years industry experience, dedicated to skin health and anti-aging, driven by advanced science and technology Marie had been looking for a needling pen option for a number of years. Not one to compromise, nor settle for anything but the best, Marie is super-excited to add the original Dermapen and global leader in automated micro-needling in 60 countries to the INSKIN COSMEDICS portfolio.

    INSKIN COSMEDICS stands for benchmark customer service and education and is excited to extend this to DermapenWorld partners Australia wide. INSKIN COSMEDICS field force of 15+, backed by an expert team at inskin HQ, located in Sydney’s Olympic City of Homebush are committed to ensuring all Dermapen users are supported 7 days a week.

    INSKIN COSMEDICS owns training centres in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth, which will ensure training is available on (local) demand in both the aesthetic and medical markets.

    Marie says the “Dermapen3 is a collaboration of proven and established technologies built on many years of experience, skill and hands-on understanding which means we have the world’s best automated needling device on the market. While INSKIN COSMEDICS focus’s on transforming skins and businesses, the makers of Dermapen can now solely focus on future technical development ensuring we will always have the most advanced and effective device available.”

    INSKIN COSMEDICS will distribute Dermapen3, DP Dermaceuticals, Dermapen CRYO, Dermapen TATTOFF and Dermapen INFUSE from the 1st March 2016.


    View More


  • ASLMS Boston 36th Annual Conference

    30-Mar-2016 to 03-Apr-2016

    The conference this year will prove to be exciting and enlightening, with many new sessions, speakers and events. The program committee, session directors and staff have worked diligently to put together an outstanding program.

    Highlights of new features for the 2016 Annual Conference are:

    • NEW COURSES, WORKSHOPS, and SPECIAL SESSIONS
      • Energy-Based Device Applications in Gynecology
      • Neck Rejuvenation
      • Luminary Rapid-Fire Energy-Based Device Pearls
      • Special Session: Emerging Energy-Based Device Applications in Gynecology
    • REVISED AND REFRESHED
      • Non-Invasive Body Contouring Options
      • Pediatric Laser Focus
      • Complications, Legal Issues, and Laser Safety
    • BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND
      • 2nd Annual Celebration of ASLMS Women in Energy-Based Devices
      • Tech Connect (non-CME) – Now on Friday!
    • FOCUS ON THE FUTURE of ASLMS
      • Resident/Fellow and Early Career Scientist Opportunities
    • BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS: COLLABORATING SOCIETIES AT ALSMS 2016 - BOSTON
      • Head and Neck Optical Diagnostic and Intervention Society (HNODIS)
      • North American Association for Photobiomodulation Therapy (NAALT)
      • Academy of Laser Dentistry (ALD)
      • PanAmerican Photodynamic Association (PAPDT)

    More info here: http://www.aslms.org/annualconference/annualconference.shtml


    View More


  • DermapenWorld appoints Australian Distributor – INSKIN COSMEDICS

    22-Feb-2016 to

     

    DermapenWorld appoints Australian Distributor – INSKIN COSMEDICS

    After an extensive search of the Australian aesthetic market, DermapenWorld by Equipmed have finally appointed an exclusive Australian representative. “This is the last step in our endeavors to fully diversify the company from all other brands that Equipmed have been handling for the last 38 years in Australia”, states CEO Stene Marshall. “DermapenWorld is the global leader in automated micro-needling in 60 countries. It was important to ensure local representative for our brand is well established, shares the same ideology as Equipmed and offered phenomenal customer support. INSKIN COSMEDICS was the perfect candidate for this exciting alliance”.

    INSKIN COSMEDICS has a strong reputation for customer service and support, with extensive representation throughout Australia. Dermapen’s existing customers are a priority and will be well looked after. INSKIN together with Dermapen/Equipmed share its passion and philosophy that EDUCATION is key to developing and supporting its clients. With the recent successful tour of Dermapen’s Advanced Dermapen Course, both companies are now accepting bookings for the first comprehensive 2-day Dermatological Masterclass. This will be held in all major capital cities in May 2016.

    DermapenWorld by Equipmed is now able to concentrate solely on technical development and the international distribution of its products. 2016 will be their most exciting year to date with over 10 major launches, including enhanced functionality to existing Dermapen 3 devices.

    Dermapen by Equipmed are proud to announce the official appointment of INSKIN COSMEDICS as our NEW AND EXCLUSIVE Dermapen Australian Distributor effective 1 March 2016.

    INSKIN COSMEDICS PTY LTD proudly announces their exclusive appointment as DermapenWorld Australian Distributor.

    When INSKIN COSMEDICS CEO Marie Enna-Cocciolone got wind that Equipmed was restructuring and DermapenWorld were looking for an Australian distributor she quickly made contact with DermapenWorld CEO Stene Marshall to understand the opportunity at hand.

    With 30 years industry experience, dedicated to skin health and anti-aging, driven by advanced science and technology Marie had been looking for a needling pen option for a number of years. Not one to compromise, nor settle for anything but the best, Marie is super-excited to add the original Dermapen and global leader in automated micro-needling in 60 countries to the INSKIN COSMEDICS portfolio.

    INSKIN COSMEDICS stands for benchmark customer service and education and is excited to extend this to DermapenWorld partners Australia wide. INSKIN COSMEDICS field force of 15+, backed by an expert team at inskin HQ, located in Sydney’s Olympic City of Homebush are committed to ensuring all Dermapen users are supported 7 days a week.

    INSKIN COSMEDICS owns training centres in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth, which will ensure training is available on (local) demand in both the aesthetic and medical markets.

    Marie says the “Dermapen3 is a collaboration of proven and established technologies built on many years of experience, skill and hands-on understanding which means we have the world’s best automated needling device on the market. While INSKIN COSMEDICS focus’s on transforming skins and businesses, the makers of Dermapen can now solely focus on future technical development ensuring we will always have the most advanced and effective device available.”

    INSKIN COSMEDICS will distribute Dermapen3, DP Dermaceuticals, Dermapen CRYO, Dermapen TATTOFF and Dermapen INFUSE from the 1st March 2016.


    View More


  • ASLMS Boston 36th Annual Conference

    30-Mar-2016 to 03-Apr-2016

    The conference this year will prove to be exciting and enlightening, with many new sessions, speakers and events. The program committee, session directors and staff have worked diligently to put together an outstanding program.

    Highlights of new features for the 2016 Annual Conference are:

    • NEW COURSES, WORKSHOPS, and SPECIAL SESSIONS
      • Energy-Based Device Applications in Gynecology
      • Neck Rejuvenation
      • Luminary Rapid-Fire Energy-Based Device Pearls
      • Special Session: Emerging Energy-Based Device Applications in Gynecology
    • REVISED AND REFRESHED
      • Non-Invasive Body Contouring Options
      • Pediatric Laser Focus
      • Complications, Legal Issues, and Laser Safety
    • BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND
      • 2nd Annual Celebration of ASLMS Women in Energy-Based Devices
      • Tech Connect (non-CME) – Now on Friday!
    • FOCUS ON THE FUTURE of ASLMS
      • Resident/Fellow and Early Career Scientist Opportunities
    • BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS: COLLABORATING SOCIETIES AT ALSMS 2016 - BOSTON
      • Head and Neck Optical Diagnostic and Intervention Society (HNODIS)
      • North American Association for Photobiomodulation Therapy (NAALT)
      • Academy of Laser Dentistry (ALD)
      • PanAmerican Photodynamic Association (PAPDT)

    More info here: http://www.aslms.org/annualconference/annualconference.shtml


    View More


  • DermapenWorld appoints Australian Distributor – INSKIN COSMEDICS

    22-Feb-2016 to

     

    DermapenWorld appoints Australian Distributor – INSKIN COSMEDICS

    After an extensive search of the Australian aesthetic market, DermapenWorld by Equipmed have finally appointed an exclusive Australian representative. “This is the last step in our endeavors to fully diversify the company from all other brands that Equipmed have been handling for the last 38 years in Australia”, states CEO Stene Marshall. “DermapenWorld is the global leader in automated micro-needling in 60 countries. It was important to ensure local representative for our brand is well established, shares the same ideology as Equipmed and offered phenomenal customer support. INSKIN COSMEDICS was the perfect candidate for this exciting alliance”.

    INSKIN COSMEDICS has a strong reputation for customer service and support, with extensive representation throughout Australia. Dermapen’s existing customers are a priority and will be well looked after. INSKIN together with Dermapen/Equipmed share its passion and philosophy that EDUCATION is key to developing and supporting its clients. With the recent successful tour of Dermapen’s Advanced Dermapen Course, both companies are now accepting bookings for the first comprehensive 2-day Dermatological Masterclass. This will be held in all major capital cities in May 2016.

    DermapenWorld by Equipmed is now able to concentrate solely on technical development and the international distribution of its products. 2016 will be their most exciting year to date with over 10 major launches, including enhanced functionality to existing Dermapen 3 devices.

    Dermapen by Equipmed are proud to announce the official appointment of INSKIN COSMEDICS as our NEW AND EXCLUSIVE Dermapen Australian Distributor effective 1 March 2016.

    INSKIN COSMEDICS PTY LTD proudly announces their exclusive appointment as DermapenWorld Australian Distributor.

    When INSKIN COSMEDICS CEO Marie Enna-Cocciolone got wind that Equipmed was restructuring and DermapenWorld were looking for an Australian distributor she quickly made contact with DermapenWorld CEO Stene Marshall to understand the opportunity at hand.

    With 30 years industry experience, dedicated to skin health and anti-aging, driven by advanced science and technology Marie had been looking for a needling pen option for a number of years. Not one to compromise, nor settle for anything but the best, Marie is super-excited to add the original Dermapen and global leader in automated micro-needling in 60 countries to the INSKIN COSMEDICS portfolio.

    INSKIN COSMEDICS stands for benchmark customer service and education and is excited to extend this to DermapenWorld partners Australia wide. INSKIN COSMEDICS field force of 15+, backed by an expert team at inskin HQ, located in Sydney’s Olympic City of Homebush are committed to ensuring all Dermapen users are supported 7 days a week.

    INSKIN COSMEDICS owns training centres in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth, which will ensure training is available on (local) demand in both the aesthetic and medical markets.

    Marie says the “Dermapen3 is a collaboration of proven and established technologies built on many years of experience, skill and hands-on understanding which means we have the world’s best automated needling device on the market. While INSKIN COSMEDICS focus’s on transforming skins and businesses, the makers of Dermapen can now solely focus on future technical development ensuring we will always have the most advanced and effective device available.”

    INSKIN COSMEDICS will distribute Dermapen3, DP Dermaceuticals, Dermapen CRYO, Dermapen TATTOFF and Dermapen INFUSE from the 1st March 2016.


    View More


  • ASLMS Boston 36th Annual Conference

    30-Mar-2016 to 03-Apr-2016

    The conference this year will prove to be exciting and enlightening, with many new sessions, speakers and events. The program committee, session directors and staff have worked diligently to put together an outstanding program.

    Highlights of new features for the 2016 Annual Conference are:

    • NEW COURSES, WORKSHOPS, and SPECIAL SESSIONS
      • Energy-Based Device Applications in Gynecology
      • Neck Rejuvenation
      • Luminary Rapid-Fire Energy-Based Device Pearls
      • Special Session: Emerging Energy-Based Device Applications in Gynecology
    • REVISED AND REFRESHED
      • Non-Invasive Body Contouring Options
      • Pediatric Laser Focus
      • Complications, Legal Issues, and Laser Safety
    • BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND
      • 2nd Annual Celebration of ASLMS Women in Energy-Based Devices
      • Tech Connect (non-CME) – Now on Friday!
    • FOCUS ON THE FUTURE of ASLMS
      • Resident/Fellow and Early Career Scientist Opportunities
    • BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS: COLLABORATING SOCIETIES AT ALSMS 2016 - BOSTON
      • Head and Neck Optical Diagnostic and Intervention Society (HNODIS)
      • North American Association for Photobiomodulation Therapy (NAALT)
      • Academy of Laser Dentistry (ALD)
      • PanAmerican Photodynamic Association (PAPDT)

    More info here: http://www.aslms.org/annualconference/annualconference.shtml


    View More


  • DermapenWorld appoints Australian Distributor – INSKIN COSMEDICS

    22-Feb-2016 to

     

    DermapenWorld appoints Australian Distributor – INSKIN COSMEDICS

    After an extensive search of the Australian aesthetic market, DermapenWorld by Equipmed have finally appointed an exclusive Australian representative. “This is the last step in our endeavors to fully diversify the company from all other brands that Equipmed have been handling for the last 38 years in Australia”, states CEO Stene Marshall. “DermapenWorld is the global leader in automated micro-needling in 60 countries. It was important to ensure local representative for our brand is well established, shares the same ideology as Equipmed and offered phenomenal customer support. INSKIN COSMEDICS was the perfect candidate for this exciting alliance”.

    INSKIN COSMEDICS has a strong reputation for customer service and support, with extensive representation throughout Australia. Dermapen’s existing customers are a priority and will be well looked after. INSKIN together with Dermapen/Equipmed share its passion and philosophy that EDUCATION is key to developing and supporting its clients. With the recent successful tour of Dermapen’s Advanced Dermapen Course, both companies are now accepting bookings for the first comprehensive 2-day Dermatological Masterclass. This will be held in all major capital cities in May 2016.

    DermapenWorld by Equipmed is now able to concentrate solely on technical development and the international distribution of its products. 2016 will be their most exciting year to date with over 10 major launches, including enhanced functionality to existing Dermapen 3 devices.

    Dermapen by Equipmed are proud to announce the official appointment of INSKIN COSMEDICS as our NEW AND EXCLUSIVE Dermapen Australian Distributor effective 1 March 2016.

    INSKIN COSMEDICS PTY LTD proudly announces their exclusive appointment as DermapenWorld Australian Distributor.

    When INSKIN COSMEDICS CEO Marie Enna-Cocciolone got wind that Equipmed was restructuring and DermapenWorld were looking for an Australian distributor she quickly made contact with DermapenWorld CEO Stene Marshall to understand the opportunity at hand.

    With 30 years industry experience, dedicated to skin health and anti-aging, driven by advanced science and technology Marie had been looking for a needling pen option for a number of years. Not one to compromise, nor settle for anything but the best, Marie is super-excited to add the original Dermapen and global leader in automated micro-needling in 60 countries to the INSKIN COSMEDICS portfolio.

    INSKIN COSMEDICS stands for benchmark customer service and education and is excited to extend this to DermapenWorld partners Australia wide. INSKIN COSMEDICS field force of 15+, backed by an expert team at inskin HQ, located in Sydney’s Olympic City of Homebush are committed to ensuring all Dermapen users are supported 7 days a week.

    INSKIN COSMEDICS owns training centres in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth, which will ensure training is available on (local) demand in both the aesthetic and medical markets.

    Marie says the “Dermapen3 is a collaboration of proven and established technologies built on many years of experience, skill and hands-on understanding which means we have the world’s best automated needling device on the market. While INSKIN COSMEDICS focus’s on transforming skins and businesses, the makers of Dermapen can now solely focus on future technical development ensuring we will always have the most advanced and effective device available.”

    INSKIN COSMEDICS will distribute Dermapen3, DP Dermaceuticals, Dermapen CRYO, Dermapen TATTOFF and Dermapen INFUSE from the 1st March 2016.


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  • Aesthetician Julie Lindh is one of NYC’s 1st First Skincare Specialists to Offer Dermapen™

    Skincare expert Julie Lindh has built her practice by continually introducing clients to forward-thinking skin treatments that provide optimal results at a value. This year, Lindh kicked off 2012 with the announcement of an addition to her menu of services: Dermapen.

    Introduced in November of 2011 by Equipmed, Dermapen is a highly effective skin therapy procedure that involves microscopic needling to treat skin conditions such as fine lines, wrinkles, stretch marks, acne scars and wound scars.

    With age, the production of cells, collagen and elastin naturally diminish, which can cause wrinkles, saggy skin and a hollowing effect. Through collagen induction therapy, the skin can be prompted to heal and repair itself. Dermapen is being used more and more as an alternative to traditional facelifts and other surgical procedures, as it helps to reduce signs of aging, like saggy tired skin and uneven skin tone.

    While Dermapen can be used to replace facial treatments like traditional plastic surgery and facelifts, it can also be used as a supplement to existing procedures in order to increase the effectiveness and absorption of products such anti-aging creams and serums. The benefits include skin tightening and lifting, improved appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, and stretch marks and minimized pore size. Overall, skin appears more refreshed, rejuvenated and replenished.

    Lindh jumped at the chance to partner with Equipmed and is among the first licensed to offer Dermapen therapy in NYC. The treatment is packaged as part of Lindh’s proprietary Skin Fitness program.

    About Julie Lindh

    World-renowned aesthetician Julie Lindh is a renowned skin care expert. With her uniquely innovative four-phase approach towards skin care, Julie helps patients achieve and maintain clear, glowing and radiant skin, making it easy to understand why some devotees call her “the healer”. Lindh’s skincare philosophy is based on a belief that treatment is unique to each skin profile. The services offered in her NYC and Sweden based offices are customized, and are provided only after Lindh completes a full skin analysis of each patient. She also travels the world to cater to clientele, including A-list celebrities, socialites and high-end day spas.

    www.prweb.com/releases/julielindh/skinfitness/prweb9113169.htm         

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  • Cosmetic Micro-Needling Skin Therapy for Atrophic Facial Scars: Derma Rolling vs Dermapen Clinical Study

    "Patients treated with the Dermapen unanimously felt that the procedure was much less painful than derma rolling and the downtime was significantly shorter with the Dermapen. Subjectively, patients treated with the Dermapen felt that their acne scarring had improved to a greater extent than patients with the derma rolling. Visioscan data showed significantly greater reduction of depth of scars using the Dermapen compared to derma rolling."

    Professor Tony Chu, FRCP, Dermatology Department, Imperial College, Hammersmith Hospital, London, UK



    Dermapen releases open clinical study of treatment of Atrophic Acne Scars Comparing Derma Rolling vs Dermapen and a 3D animation video showing the comparison between Derma Rolling and Dermapen Microneedling Device.

    Treatment OF ATROPHIC ACNE SCARRING – DERMA ROLLING VS DERMAPEN
    Professor Tony Chu, FRCP, Dermatology Department, Imperial College, Hammersmith Hospital, London, UK


    Background
    Percutaneous collagen induction has been used for some years in the treatment of atrophic acne scarring. It is most successful in rolling scars but will have some impact on box scarring. The most successful technique used to date is Derma rollering. This is a mechanical device which incorporates surgical steel micro-needles in a wheel which is rolled up and down the affected area. Needle length is generally 1.5mm and the skin is treated four times in three different directions. We have used this technique in our clinics for the last 4 years, treating over a 1000 patients. The results have been extremely good to date. The procedure is, however, painful and leaves the patient very red for 4 days after the procedure. The new Dermapen uses the same principal but rather than using a rolling action, the Dermapen moves the needles in and out at a rate of about 1000 times per second. This avoids the rolling injury to the skin that can occur with derma rolling.

    Method
    This was an open comparative study of derma rolling and Dermapen in 60 patients with atrophic acne scarring to compare ease of use, patient preference and efficiency. Patients were randomized to receive either derma rolling or Dermapen. All patients had had one previous treatment with derma rolling. All had predominantly rolling scars and none had active acne. Procedures were conducted by 3 dermatologists. Patients and dermatologists filled in a questionnaire about the ease of use and discomfort experience and length of down time. Depth of selected scars was measured using the Visioscan VC98 before and 3 months after treatment.

    Conclusion
    Treatment of acne scarring has been significantly advanced with the introduction of derma rolling. The new Dermapen, however, has a number of advantages. The disposable needle heads are more cost-effective than derma rolling. Patients felt that the Dermapen was much less painful and had shorter downtime than the derma rolling. Dermatologists felt it was easier to use and enabled sites such as the upper lip and nose to be treated with ease. The Dermapen also showed significantly superior reduction in scar depth after a single treatment with an average of 29% reduction with the derma roller compared to 42% average with the Dermapen.

    Professor Tony Chu, FRCP
    Department of Dermatology
    Imperial College
    Hammersmith Hospital
    DuCane Road
    London W12 0HS, UK         


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  • Cosmetic physicians report increase in scar-reduction treatments

    Facial scars can have a deep impact on a person’s self-esteem and be difficult to treat. Dermapen could be YOUR answer to traumatizing facial scars!

    To read more, please visit http://www.professionalbeauty.com.au/2013/02/27/cosmetic-physicians-report-increase-in-scar-reduction-treatments/


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  • Dermapen - Poland


    Metoda mikronakłuwania powoduje minimalne uszkodzenia naskórka. Dzięki temu process gojenia następuje błyskawicznie.

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  • Dermapen Poland


    W walce o piekna I zdrowa skore specjalisci z Time Clinic polecaja metode frakcyjnego mikronakluwania.

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  • Dermapen™ Shortlisted for the MyFaceMyBody Awards

    We are very pleased to announce that the Dermapen™ has been short listed in the MyFaceMyBody awards.



    VOTING IS NOW OPEN!!

    Please take a moment and vote for the Dermapen as the Best Skin Tightening Treatment in the MyFaceMyBody Awards.

    You can vote for the Dermapen™ by visiting www.myfacemybody.com/awards_b/Vote/ - you don't need to vote for every category, so it won’t take long.

    Please also consider leaving a comment, and let people know how the Dermapen™ has worked for you! www.myfacemybody.com/award_entry/154-230/ - this also counts as a vote for Dermapen™.

    The Dermapen™ is an excellent new and innovative product that is taking the Aesthetics industry by storm and is to replace the traditional dermal rollering. The Dermapen™ is an electronically powered, multi needle device, which vertically pierces the skin at very high speeds.

    It works to enhance rejuvenation results, maintain epidermal integrity and reduce downtime. The automatic vibrating function of the Dermapen™ increases dermal needling speed, effectiveness & absorption of products, while reducing pain & discomfort. The Dermapen™ is as effective as Fraxel, IPL, Lasers & Chemical Peels and at a fraction of the cost. It is taking the aesthetics industry by storm and is to replace the traditional dermal rollering.

    The Dermapen™ is an electronically powered, multi needle device, which vertically pierces the skin at very high speeds. It works to enhance rejuvenation results, maintain epidermal integrity and reduce downtime. The automatic vibrating function of the Dermapen™ increases dermal needling speed, effectiveness & absorption of products, while reducing pain & discomfort.

    The Dermapen™ is as effective as Fraxel, IPL, Lasers & Chemical Peels and at a fraction of the cost.

    PLEASE DON’T DELAY! VOTE FOR US TODAY!


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  • Equipmed Australia is pleased to announce another international innovation with Dermapen™.

    Whilst the success of skin needling for the treatment of scar tissue and collagen induction is well documented, Dermapen™’s patented AOVN™ technology has been medically proven to normalise the melanogenesis process - in normal skin, there is neither too much, nor too little pigment.



    At the prestigious Anti-Aging Medicine Congress held early April in Monte Carlo, Dr Hasan El-Fakahany (Al-Minya / Cairo Faculty Of Medicine) and Andrew R. Christie (Dermapen™ Global Brand Ambassador and Director of Lipservice Consulting) made industry headlines with their ground-breaking presentation on Dermapen™ and the successful treatment of hypopigmented conditions - including acral vitiligo. Clinical Dermapen™ treatments in combination with specific drug and antioxidant therapy have demonstrated impressive results in the reversal of melanin depletion. The AMWC is the world’s first and largest medical congress devoted entirely to extrinsic and intrinsic anti-aging medicine.


    Unlike thermolytic technology (including laser and IPL) or traditional dermal rollers, Dermapen™ does not induct any heat with epidermal integrity remaining intact. This enables treatment on all Fitzpatrick skin types. Dermapen™ procedures directly target melanocytes (in addition to keratinocytes and fibroblasts) to produce a regenerative and healing cascade that simultaneously regulates and normalises abnormal facultative pigment and melanocyte depletion. 1300 micro channels are produced per second via the vertical insertion of an automated 12 needle cartridge. The specific depth of the needles may be customised for each patient ensuring targeted stratum basale precision.


    Andrew R. Christie will be presenting on acral vitiligo and Dr Hasan El-Fakahany’s studies at the upcoming Cosmetex conference on Queensland’s Gold Coast. Cosmetex is Asia Pacific’s largest and most significant meeting devoted to cosmetic medicine. As a follow up to the recent AMWC, this seminar will be an Australasian first to reveal Dermapen™’s role in solving acral vitiligo’s previously undefeated battle.



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  • Equipmed Releases Dermapen 3(TM): The Most Controllable, Robust, and Feature Rich Medical Needling Device Alternative to Fractional Lasers

    SYDNEY, March 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Equipmed, a leading international developer of innovative cosmetic equipment, has just launched a ground-up redesign of their famous Dermapen(TM), specifically to withstand the rigors of continuous daily use in a medical practice and provide medical practitioners with a viable alternative to fractional lasers. The Dermapen 3(TM) incorporates a series of new features that make it one of the most controllable and robust needling devices currently available.


    Photo - http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20140320/PH87390


    The Dermapen(TM) device series has proven to deliver the same type of results as a Fractional Laser without the pain, downtime, expense and unnecessary thermal damage. Dermapen 3(TM) is now the "Gold Standard" for treating difficult acne and surgical scars, even keloids.


    Doctors use the Dermapen 3(TM) to induce natural collagen production and treat pigmentation, all types of scars, reduce wrinkles, improve stretch marks, minimize pore size and generally prevent the appearance of aging.


    The device has a tremendously powerful motor and tough case. Its unique vertical needling technology, multi-speed motor and adjustable needle depths render it safer and more effective in piercing the skin than traditional skin needling rollers.


    New features include:


    • 1300 Micro Holes per second
    • 12 Fine s/s Hi Tensile Needles
    • Advanced needle Depth Control
    • Heavy-duty Cycle Motor
    • Adjustable Speed Control
    • Advanced Oscillating Vertical Needling (AOVN(TM))
    • Integrated cable design

    "We learned what the market was seeking through responses to our first two models and applied this knowledge in the development of our latest Dermapen(TM). Unlike many pens that are off the shelf rebadges of existing products, our Dermapen 3(TM) was designed from scratch in Australia and represents a complete new and professional-grade solution for the medical market," says Stene Marshall, CEO of Equipmed.


    The Dermapen 3(TM) can treat hard to reach places (around ear, nose, eyes and lips), penetrates scar tissue and yields a more comfortable procedure with faster healing times. It is an ideal improvement for any medical office seeking to offer patients fractional rejuvenation for a fraction of the cost.


    The Dermapen 3(TM) is being officially launched at the 2014 American Academy of Dermatology annual meeting.


    About Equipmed:


    Equipmed has been distributing and developing medical technology solutions since 1976 and has remained on the leading edge of laser innovation for the aesthetic industry. Equipmed provides a wide range of light-based and medical devices for aesthetic applications designed to meet the needs of today's practitioners. Equipmed's performance-oriented, cost-effective systems are used in thousands of clinics globally. Additionally Equipmed offers Dermapen(TM), ELux and many more medical solutions. www.equipmed.com


    View the Dermapen 3(TM) at the American Academy of Dermatology annual meeting in Denver, CO, March 21-25 2014: Booth 946


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  • Feature from Harpers Bazaar – New Wrinkle Eraser

    The latest youth enhancing procedure involves minimal pain and downtime but delivers big anti-aging results. View story directly on Harper's Bazaar here

    By Jessica Prince


    Doubly swaddled in a white robe and a plush blanket, New York handbag designer Brett Heyman lies back in the Manhattan office of plastic surgeon Jon Turk, peacefully awaiting a younger complexion. There's little need to be anxious because, unlike most visitors to Turk's renowned Fifth Avenue practice, the 32-year-old founder of Edie Parker is not here to go under the knife. In fact, Heyman has never had even a single Botox injection or filler. She is preparing for her second Dermapen treatment, the newest in-office procedure that promises to soften facial wrinkles, minimize pores, fade scars, and leave patients with brighter, tighter, and younger skin — all courtesy of 11 tiny needles. "In my opinion, anyone ages 35 to 60 should be getting these treatments," Turk says. "We are not looking at it as a separate procedure like laser but as something that should be incorporated into a person's skin care."

    The minimally invasive Dermapen treatment began popping up in doctors' offices nationwide early this year and is now being hailed as "the best recent innovation in skin rejuvenation," says Richard Anderson, a cosmetic surgeon in Salt Lake City. The electronically driven, pen-shaped device is an updated take on manual derma-rollers, a more painful and less precise way of puncturing tiny holes in the skin to stimulate healing below the surface, which in turn jump-starts collagen and elastin production. However, unlike derma-rollers, Dermapen is equipped with fine, vibrating needles that pierce the skin at a predetermined speed and depth, resulting in little damage to the epidermis. Downtime is minimal; patients can hide redness with mineral makeup and resume their normal activities immediately.

    But perhaps the most revolutionary aspect of Dermapen is its ability to act as a "dermal infusion device," says Turk, meaning that prior to treatment your practitioner can apply a blend of active ingredients onto your face (think vitamin C and hyaluronic acid), which are then driven deep below the skin's surface through channels created by the needles. Using Dermapen in conjunction with topical ingredients, Turk adds, allows them to be absorbed 100 to 1,000 times more effectively, which is a huge advantage when you're fighting the clock.

    The procedure itself is quick, lasting about 20 minutes, as the device is moved across the skin in six areas: the forehead, cheeks, nose, upper lip, chin, and neck. Though Heyman doesn't bleed during the procedure (some patients do), she clenches her fists when the needles reach her forehead and upper lip.

    Most Dermapen patients describe the treatment as feeling like pinpricks or, as Heyman puts it, "unpleasant but tolerable." For maximum results, doctors recommend three to four appointments spaced two to four weeks apart. (Cost per session ranges from $250 to $650.) Amalia Spinardi, owner of Jo de Mar beachwear (her customers include model Gisele Bündchen), travels all the way from her home in Brazil for Dermapen treatments in Turk's office. "I come to New York for business, but my Dermapen appointments are always the first thing I do," says Spinardi, 42. "When I turned 40, my skin started feeling saggy, and I wanted to get a lift without surgery or lasers," she says, adding, "I don't want a Botoxed face. I want to recognize myself." After two treatments, she reports "tighter, younger, and more glowy skin." Before trying Dermapen, Spinardi experimented with lasers but found them too painful to endure more than one session.

    Spinardi is not alone. Many Dermapen devotees, including Heyman, are former laser patients, and according to Turk, Dermapen can produce results similar to those of Fraxel lasers but without the prolonged redness and pain. "Fraxel laser is a state-of-the-art treatment, but it's difficult to use on dark-skinned patients, and the downtime is often greater than advertised," Turk explains. "So if you can find a device that can do everything that Fraxel can do, or close to it, and can take away some of the negatives, then you have a very appealing product."

    Not all doctors feel this way, however. Eric Bernstein, a dermatologic laser surgeon and founder of the Main Line Centre for Laser Surgery in Philadelphia, disagrees with this analysis. He claims that although Dermapen will cause a small healing response, "when you create holes in the skin with energy from a laser, more collagen will be stimulated. I don't think Dermapen accomplishes the same end results," Bernstein concludes.

    The folks at Dermapen acknowledge that they are not reinventing the wheel. "The technology is not groundbreaking," says Chad Milton, CEO and cofounder of the company. "We just innovated something that needed an update." Milton hints that he wants the next generation of the device to do exactly what doctors are hoping for: inject ingredients simultaneously during the needle use.

    In the end, "Dermapen is not going to put surgeons or lasers out of business. It's another weapon in our antiaging armamentarium," says Anderson. For Heyman, Dermapen yields results. "My skin is smoother, my pores look smaller, and I'm not as blotchy," she says. She happily gathers her things from Turk's office, applies some mineral powder, and is off to a meeting, certain that no one will know she's just come from a plastic surgeon's office.         


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  • Frakcyjne Mikronakłuwanie Skóry




    Mikronakłuwanie przeżywa obecnie swój renesans, główie dzięki wielu zastosowaniom terpeutucznym w medycynie estetycznej, jak rownież pojawiającym sie nowym metodom, które sprawiają, ze dziś ten zabieg jest znaczie bardziej komfortowy dla pacjenta niż dawniej.

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  • High Roller: Prof. Tony Chu’s Dermapen/Dermaroller Study


    Leading a team of dermatologists, Prof. Tony Chu conducted an open comparative study of Dermaroller and Dermapen in 60 patients with atrophic acne scarring to compare ease of use, patient preference and efficacy.

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  • Medcycyna estetyczna spełnia marzenia


    O młodej skórze bez zmarszczek, o udach bez rozstępów, o twarzy bez potrądzikowych blizn, o gęstszych włosach – każda kobieta o czymś marzy.

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  • Medycyna Urody


    Przetestowane Zabiegi.

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  • Riverside: Plastic Surgery Open House on Dec. 8

    Dr. Subhas Gupta, chairman of the Loma Linda University Health Care Department of Plastic Surgery, gives a live demonstration of the latest in cosmetic surgery at a recent open house. The next open house is set for Dec. 8.

    A new technology for facial resurfacing will be unveiled to the public at an open house hosted by Loma Linda University Health Care plastic surgeons at their clinic in Riverside.

    The open house, set for Thursday, will feature a live demonstration of Dermapen, a newly-approved technology that will offer patients an “in-between” alternative between chemical peels and lasers.

    The event is from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Loma Linda University Health Care Department of Plastic Surgery Clinic, 3762 Tibbetts St. in Riverside.

    ”We are very excited to host a Holiday Open House, which is a wonderful opportunity for people in the region to be introduced to the latest technology and services available to help them look and feel better,” said Dr. Subhas Gupta, chairman of Loma Linda University Health Care Department of Plastic Surgery.

    “Our surgeons have become well known for employing the most advanced technology and techniques in plastic surgery, and we are glad to let the public get a better understanding of what we do,” he said.

    Gupta is scheduled to give a demonstration on Dermapen, as well as a “liquid face-lift” demonstration, which involves a combination treatment of fillers and Botox. Dr. Michael Hill will make a presentation on Advanced Body Contouring for those desiring “mommy makeovers” and for weight-loss patients. Attendees will receive a $100 off certificate for Botox, fillers and facial laser treatments.

    The department also plans to make a donation to The Pink Runway 2012 campaign, an annual breast cancer reconstruction fashion show fundraiser.

    Reservations: 951-686-2224 or info@lluplasticsurgery.com

    www.pe.com/local-news/riverside-county/riverside/riverside-headlines-index/20111203-riverside-plastic-surgery-open-house-on-dec.-8.ece         

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  • Smooth, Pretty, Young Looking Skin Treatment Available – Dermapen™ on Philadelphia’s CBS 3

    By Stephanie Stahl

    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Smooth, pretty, young looking skin, every woman wants it. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl shows you the newest technology to help get it.

    Donna Diseroad has been struggling with her skin for years, acne scars. And now that she’s 45, some wrinkles around her eyes. But she says her complexion is smoother now, after a treatment with the Dermapen.

    “I only had one treatment so far, and I really feel like it really has helped,” said Donna.

    Dermapen works with 11 tiny, vibrating needles that penetrate the skin. But patients say it doesn’t hurt. A numbing cream is used before the treatment.

    “You don’t feel like it’s a bunch of needles going in your skin at all,” said Donna.

    “It plumps up the skin from the inside out,” said Linda Tagliamonte, an Aesthetician at the Center for Women’s Health in Langhorne. She says Dermapen works by slightly injuring the skin.

    “Our skin has to produce collagen in order to heal. We do this at the cellular level. And we’re in return building up collagen to plump and smooth the skin,” said Tagliamonte.

    She says before and after photos from Dermapen show how it can improve stretch marks, acne scars and wrinkles.

    “After one treatment, I did notice a difference in some of the fading of the lip lines in the lip,” said Deb Jones, who works at the Women’s Center. She wanted to tighten the skin around her lips and eyes, but she was initially worried about the needles.

    “I have zero tolerance for pain. It’s the sensation of feeling maybe like something rubbing your skin,” said Deb.

    Tagliamonte says Dermapen produces results similar to laser resurfacing, but it’s quicker, easier and cheaper.

    “It really is a revolutionary new device, that is going to help so many people,” said Tagliamonte.

    View the video here!


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  • Stimulate Collagen with a Pen

    We go through quite a lot to get our skin to produce better-acting collagen, from topical products to lasers and every cream in-between. But a new device called Dermapen may make collagen stimulation easier than ever to achieve, says New York plastic surgeon, Sharon Giese, MD.

    "Needling the skin is a very old technology that goes back to ancient times," Dr. Giese says, in that inserting tiny needles into the skin will cause minuscule damage to it, in turn boosting collagen production that can smooth away wrinkles or scars.

    "What brings micro-needling into the 21st century is that with this device, the depth of penetration of the needles is adjustable. With a twist of the knob, you can lightly prick the top of the skin to help topical products seep in better... or go deeper with the needles to stimulate collagen."

    You may be familiar with dermal-rollers, which offer a similar type of collagen reaction, but the needles on the rollers are five times fatter and spaced 100 times further apart than those on Dermapen, Dr. Giese says. "Roller pens are so crude compared to this device, and they look medieval," she explains. "The advancement is in the finesse of [Dermapen]."

    Fraxel lasers produce a similar type of micro-penetration, however, the heat administered into the skin causes what Dr. Giese calls "collateral damage" to healthy tissue that she doesn't see with Dermapen.

    Plus, because it's so small (it looks like a marker or highlighter pen), Dr. Giese says getting into smaller contoured areas is easier than using a laser and definitely more efficient than a dermal-roller. Plus, "It goes faster, so it's less painful," she says.

    Depending on the type of treatment the patient gets, the recovery from a Dermapen session can range from zero to four days. Dr. Giese says the lighter treatment will show results right away with more radiant skin, while the deeper procedure will take three to six months to produce results. She anticipates those with acne scars, stretch marks, smoker's lines and other wrinkles will see significant improvement.

    Since many specialists like Dr. Giese have been using Dermapen for just a few weeks, we'll have to wait to see the final results. Stay tuned to New Beauty for the latest on this new technology.

    www.newbeauty.com/hottopic/blogpost/1369-stimulate-collagen-with-a-pen         

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  • Warto Weidzieć


    Przentujemy nowe produkty I urządzenia, które pojawiają się na polskim rynku dermatologii estetycznej I mogą znaleźć zastosowanie w naszej praktyce lekarskiej.

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  • Aesthetician Julie Lindh is one of NYC’s 1st First Skincare Specialists to Offer Dermapen™

    Skincare expert Julie Lindh has built her practice by continually introducing clients to forward-thinking skin treatments that provide optimal results at a value. This year, Lindh kicked off 2012 with the announcement of an addition to her menu of services: Dermapen.

    Introduced in November of 2011 by Equipmed, Dermapen is a highly effective skin therapy procedure that involves microscopic needling to treat skin conditions such as fine lines, wrinkles, stretch marks, acne scars and wound scars.

    With age, the production of cells, collagen and elastin naturally diminish, which can cause wrinkles, saggy skin and a hollowing effect. Through collagen induction therapy, the skin can be prompted to heal and repair itself. Dermapen is being used more and more as an alternative to traditional facelifts and other surgical procedures, as it helps to reduce signs of aging, like saggy tired skin and uneven skin tone.

    While Dermapen can be used to replace facial treatments like traditional plastic surgery and facelifts, it can also be used as a supplement to existing procedures in order to increase the effectiveness and absorption of products such anti-aging creams and serums. The benefits include skin tightening and lifting, improved appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, and stretch marks and minimized pore size. Overall, skin appears more refreshed, rejuvenated and replenished.

    Lindh jumped at the chance to partner with Equipmed and is among the first licensed to offer Dermapen therapy in NYC. The treatment is packaged as part of Lindh’s proprietary Skin Fitness program.

    About Julie Lindh

    World-renowned aesthetician Julie Lindh is a renowned skin care expert. With her uniquely innovative four-phase approach towards skin care, Julie helps patients achieve and maintain clear, glowing and radiant skin, making it easy to understand why some devotees call her “the healer”. Lindh’s skincare philosophy is based on a belief that treatment is unique to each skin profile. The services offered in her NYC and Sweden based offices are customized, and are provided only after Lindh completes a full skin analysis of each patient. She also travels the world to cater to clientele, including A-list celebrities, socialites and high-end day spas.

    www.prweb.com/releases/julielindh/skinfitness/prweb9113169.htm         

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  • Cosmetic Micro-Needling Skin Therapy for Atrophic Facial Scars: Derma Rolling vs Dermapen Clinical Study

    "Patients treated with the Dermapen unanimously felt that the procedure was much less painful than derma rolling and the downtime was significantly shorter with the Dermapen. Subjectively, patients treated with the Dermapen felt that their acne scarring had improved to a greater extent than patients with the derma rolling. Visioscan data showed significantly greater reduction of depth of scars using the Dermapen compared to derma rolling."

    Professor Tony Chu, FRCP, Dermatology Department, Imperial College, Hammersmith Hospital, London, UK



    Dermapen releases open clinical study of treatment of Atrophic Acne Scars Comparing Derma Rolling vs Dermapen and a 3D animation video showing the comparison between Derma Rolling and Dermapen Microneedling Device.

    Treatment OF ATROPHIC ACNE SCARRING – DERMA ROLLING VS DERMAPEN
    Professor Tony Chu, FRCP, Dermatology Department, Imperial College, Hammersmith Hospital, London, UK


    Background
    Percutaneous collagen induction has been used for some years in the treatment of atrophic acne scarring. It is most successful in rolling scars but will have some impact on box scarring. The most successful technique used to date is Derma rollering. This is a mechanical device which incorporates surgical steel micro-needles in a wheel which is rolled up and down the affected area. Needle length is generally 1.5mm and the skin is treated four times in three different directions. We have used this technique in our clinics for the last 4 years, treating over a 1000 patients. The results have been extremely good to date. The procedure is, however, painful and leaves the patient very red for 4 days after the procedure. The new Dermapen uses the same principal but rather than using a rolling action, the Dermapen moves the needles in and out at a rate of about 1000 times per second. This avoids the rolling injury to the skin that can occur with derma rolling.

    Method
    This was an open comparative study of derma rolling and Dermapen in 60 patients with atrophic acne scarring to compare ease of use, patient preference and efficiency. Patients were randomized to receive either derma rolling or Dermapen. All patients had had one previous treatment with derma rolling. All had predominantly rolling scars and none had active acne. Procedures were conducted by 3 dermatologists. Patients and dermatologists filled in a questionnaire about the ease of use and discomfort experience and length of down time. Depth of selected scars was measured using the Visioscan VC98 before and 3 months after treatment.

    Conclusion
    Treatment of acne scarring has been significantly advanced with the introduction of derma rolling. The new Dermapen, however, has a number of advantages. The disposable needle heads are more cost-effective than derma rolling. Patients felt that the Dermapen was much less painful and had shorter downtime than the derma rolling. Dermatologists felt it was easier to use and enabled sites such as the upper lip and nose to be treated with ease. The Dermapen also showed significantly superior reduction in scar depth after a single treatment with an average of 29% reduction with the derma roller compared to 42% average with the Dermapen.

    Professor Tony Chu, FRCP
    Department of Dermatology
    Imperial College
    Hammersmith Hospital
    DuCane Road
    London W12 0HS, UK         


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  • Cosmetic physicians report increase in scar-reduction treatments

    Facial scars can have a deep impact on a person’s self-esteem and be difficult to treat. Dermapen could be YOUR answer to traumatizing facial scars!

    To read more, please visit http://www.professionalbeauty.com.au/2013/02/27/cosmetic-physicians-report-increase-in-scar-reduction-treatments/


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  • Dermapen - Poland


    Metoda mikronakłuwania powoduje minimalne uszkodzenia naskórka. Dzięki temu process gojenia następuje błyskawicznie.

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    W walce o piekna I zdrowa skore specjalisci z Time Clinic polecaja metode frakcyjnego mikronakluwania.

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  • Dermapen™ Shortlisted for the MyFaceMyBody Awards

    We are very pleased to announce that the Dermapen™ has been short listed in the MyFaceMyBody awards.



    VOTING IS NOW OPEN!!

    Please take a moment and vote for the Dermapen as the Best Skin Tightening Treatment in the MyFaceMyBody Awards.

    You can vote for the Dermapen™ by visiting www.myfacemybody.com/awards_b/Vote/ - you don't need to vote for every category, so it won’t take long.

    Please also consider leaving a comment, and let people know how the Dermapen™ has worked for you! www.myfacemybody.com/award_entry/154-230/ - this also counts as a vote for Dermapen™.

    The Dermapen™ is an excellent new and innovative product that is taking the Aesthetics industry by storm and is to replace the traditional dermal rollering. The Dermapen™ is an electronically powered, multi needle device, which vertically pierces the skin at very high speeds.

    It works to enhance rejuvenation results, maintain epidermal integrity and reduce downtime. The automatic vibrating function of the Dermapen™ increases dermal needling speed, effectiveness & absorption of products, while reducing pain & discomfort. The Dermapen™ is as effective as Fraxel, IPL, Lasers & Chemical Peels and at a fraction of the cost. It is taking the aesthetics industry by storm and is to replace the traditional dermal rollering.

    The Dermapen™ is an electronically powered, multi needle device, which vertically pierces the skin at very high speeds. It works to enhance rejuvenation results, maintain epidermal integrity and reduce downtime. The automatic vibrating function of the Dermapen™ increases dermal needling speed, effectiveness & absorption of products, while reducing pain & discomfort.

    The Dermapen™ is as effective as Fraxel, IPL, Lasers & Chemical Peels and at a fraction of the cost.

    PLEASE DON’T DELAY! VOTE FOR US TODAY!


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  • Equipmed Australia is pleased to announce another international innovation with Dermapen™.

    Whilst the success of skin needling for the treatment of scar tissue and collagen induction is well documented, Dermapen™’s patented AOVN™ technology has been medically proven to normalise the melanogenesis process - in normal skin, there is neither too much, nor too little pigment.



    At the prestigious Anti-Aging Medicine Congress held early April in Monte Carlo, Dr Hasan El-Fakahany (Al-Minya / Cairo Faculty Of Medicine) and Andrew R. Christie (Dermapen™ Global Brand Ambassador and Director of Lipservice Consulting) made industry headlines with their ground-breaking presentation on Dermapen™ and the successful treatment of hypopigmented conditions - including acral vitiligo. Clinical Dermapen™ treatments in combination with specific drug and antioxidant therapy have demonstrated impressive results in the reversal of melanin depletion. The AMWC is the world’s first and largest medical congress devoted entirely to extrinsic and intrinsic anti-aging medicine.


    Unlike thermolytic technology (including laser and IPL) or traditional dermal rollers, Dermapen™ does not induct any heat with epidermal integrity remaining intact. This enables treatment on all Fitzpatrick skin types. Dermapen™ procedures directly target melanocytes (in addition to keratinocytes and fibroblasts) to produce a regenerative and healing cascade that simultaneously regulates and normalises abnormal facultative pigment and melanocyte depletion. 1300 micro channels are produced per second via the vertical insertion of an automated 12 needle cartridge. The specific depth of the needles may be customised for each patient ensuring targeted stratum basale precision.


    Andrew R. Christie will be presenting on acral vitiligo and Dr Hasan El-Fakahany’s studies at the upcoming Cosmetex conference on Queensland’s Gold Coast. Cosmetex is Asia Pacific’s largest and most significant meeting devoted to cosmetic medicine. As a follow up to the recent AMWC, this seminar will be an Australasian first to reveal Dermapen™’s role in solving acral vitiligo’s previously undefeated battle.



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  • Equipmed Releases Dermapen 3(TM): The Most Controllable, Robust, and Feature Rich Medical Needling Device Alternative to Fractional Lasers

    SYDNEY, March 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Equipmed, a leading international developer of innovative cosmetic equipment, has just launched a ground-up redesign of their famous Dermapen(TM), specifically to withstand the rigors of continuous daily use in a medical practice and provide medical practitioners with a viable alternative to fractional lasers. The Dermapen 3(TM) incorporates a series of new features that make it one of the most controllable and robust needling devices currently available.


    Photo - http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20140320/PH87390


    The Dermapen(TM) device series has proven to deliver the same type of results as a Fractional Laser without the pain, downtime, expense and unnecessary thermal damage. Dermapen 3(TM) is now the "Gold Standard" for treating difficult acne and surgical scars, even keloids.


    Doctors use the Dermapen 3(TM) to induce natural collagen production and treat pigmentation, all types of scars, reduce wrinkles, improve stretch marks, minimize pore size and generally prevent the appearance of aging.


    The device has a tremendously powerful motor and tough case. Its unique vertical needling technology, multi-speed motor and adjustable needle depths render it safer and more effective in piercing the skin than traditional skin needling rollers.


    New features include:


    • 1300 Micro Holes per second
    • 12 Fine s/s Hi Tensile Needles
    • Advanced needle Depth Control
    • Heavy-duty Cycle Motor
    • Adjustable Speed Control
    • Advanced Oscillating Vertical Needling (AOVN(TM))
    • Integrated cable design

    "We learned what the market was seeking through responses to our first two models and applied this knowledge in the development of our latest Dermapen(TM). Unlike many pens that are off the shelf rebadges of existing products, our Dermapen 3(TM) was designed from scratch in Australia and represents a complete new and professional-grade solution for the medical market," says Stene Marshall, CEO of Equipmed.


    The Dermapen 3(TM) can treat hard to reach places (around ear, nose, eyes and lips), penetrates scar tissue and yields a more comfortable procedure with faster healing times. It is an ideal improvement for any medical office seeking to offer patients fractional rejuvenation for a fraction of the cost.


    The Dermapen 3(TM) is being officially launched at the 2014 American Academy of Dermatology annual meeting.


    About Equipmed:


    Equipmed has been distributing and developing medical technology solutions since 1976 and has remained on the leading edge of laser innovation for the aesthetic industry. Equipmed provides a wide range of light-based and medical devices for aesthetic applications designed to meet the needs of today's practitioners. Equipmed's performance-oriented, cost-effective systems are used in thousands of clinics globally. Additionally Equipmed offers Dermapen(TM), ELux and many more medical solutions. www.equipmed.com


    View the Dermapen 3(TM) at the American Academy of Dermatology annual meeting in Denver, CO, March 21-25 2014: Booth 946


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  • Feature from Harpers Bazaar – New Wrinkle Eraser

    The latest youth enhancing procedure involves minimal pain and downtime but delivers big anti-aging results. View story directly on Harper's Bazaar here

    By Jessica Prince


    Doubly swaddled in a white robe and a plush blanket, New York handbag designer Brett Heyman lies back in the Manhattan office of plastic surgeon Jon Turk, peacefully awaiting a younger complexion. There's little need to be anxious because, unlike most visitors to Turk's renowned Fifth Avenue practice, the 32-year-old founder of Edie Parker is not here to go under the knife. In fact, Heyman has never had even a single Botox injection or filler. She is preparing for her second Dermapen treatment, the newest in-office procedure that promises to soften facial wrinkles, minimize pores, fade scars, and leave patients with brighter, tighter, and younger skin — all courtesy of 11 tiny needles. "In my opinion, anyone ages 35 to 60 should be getting these treatments," Turk says. "We are not looking at it as a separate procedure like laser but as something that should be incorporated into a person's skin care."

    The minimally invasive Dermapen treatment began popping up in doctors' offices nationwide early this year and is now being hailed as "the best recent innovation in skin rejuvenation," says Richard Anderson, a cosmetic surgeon in Salt Lake City. The electronically driven, pen-shaped device is an updated take on manual derma-rollers, a more painful and less precise way of puncturing tiny holes in the skin to stimulate healing below the surface, which in turn jump-starts collagen and elastin production. However, unlike derma-rollers, Dermapen is equipped with fine, vibrating needles that pierce the skin at a predetermined speed and depth, resulting in little damage to the epidermis. Downtime is minimal; patients can hide redness with mineral makeup and resume their normal activities immediately.

    But perhaps the most revolutionary aspect of Dermapen is its ability to act as a "dermal infusion device," says Turk, meaning that prior to treatment your practitioner can apply a blend of active ingredients onto your face (think vitamin C and hyaluronic acid), which are then driven deep below the skin's surface through channels created by the needles. Using Dermapen in conjunction with topical ingredients, Turk adds, allows them to be absorbed 100 to 1,000 times more effectively, which is a huge advantage when you're fighting the clock.

    The procedure itself is quick, lasting about 20 minutes, as the device is moved across the skin in six areas: the forehead, cheeks, nose, upper lip, chin, and neck. Though Heyman doesn't bleed during the procedure (some patients do), she clenches her fists when the needles reach her forehead and upper lip.

    Most Dermapen patients describe the treatment as feeling like pinpricks or, as Heyman puts it, "unpleasant but tolerable." For maximum results, doctors recommend three to four appointments spaced two to four weeks apart. (Cost per session ranges from $250 to $650.) Amalia Spinardi, owner of Jo de Mar beachwear (her customers include model Gisele Bündchen), travels all the way from her home in Brazil for Dermapen treatments in Turk's office. "I come to New York for business, but my Dermapen appointments are always the first thing I do," says Spinardi, 42. "When I turned 40, my skin started feeling saggy, and I wanted to get a lift without surgery or lasers," she says, adding, "I don't want a Botoxed face. I want to recognize myself." After two treatments, she reports "tighter, younger, and more glowy skin." Before trying Dermapen, Spinardi experimented with lasers but found them too painful to endure more than one session.

    Spinardi is not alone. Many Dermapen devotees, including Heyman, are former laser patients, and according to Turk, Dermapen can produce results similar to those of Fraxel lasers but without the prolonged redness and pain. "Fraxel laser is a state-of-the-art treatment, but it's difficult to use on dark-skinned patients, and the downtime is often greater than advertised," Turk explains. "So if you can find a device that can do everything that Fraxel can do, or close to it, and can take away some of the negatives, then you have a very appealing product."

    Not all doctors feel this way, however. Eric Bernstein, a dermatologic laser surgeon and founder of the Main Line Centre for Laser Surgery in Philadelphia, disagrees with this analysis. He claims that although Dermapen will cause a small healing response, "when you create holes in the skin with energy from a laser, more collagen will be stimulated. I don't think Dermapen accomplishes the same end results," Bernstein concludes.

    The folks at Dermapen acknowledge that they are not reinventing the wheel. "The technology is not groundbreaking," says Chad Milton, CEO and cofounder of the company. "We just innovated something that needed an update." Milton hints that he wants the next generation of the device to do exactly what doctors are hoping for: inject ingredients simultaneously during the needle use.

    In the end, "Dermapen is not going to put surgeons or lasers out of business. It's another weapon in our antiaging armamentarium," says Anderson. For Heyman, Dermapen yields results. "My skin is smoother, my pores look smaller, and I'm not as blotchy," she says. She happily gathers her things from Turk's office, applies some mineral powder, and is off to a meeting, certain that no one will know she's just come from a plastic surgeon's office.         


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  • Frakcyjne Mikronakłuwanie Skóry




    Mikronakłuwanie przeżywa obecnie swój renesans, główie dzięki wielu zastosowaniom terpeutucznym w medycynie estetycznej, jak rownież pojawiającym sie nowym metodom, które sprawiają, ze dziś ten zabieg jest znaczie bardziej komfortowy dla pacjenta niż dawniej.

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  • High Roller: Prof. Tony Chu’s Dermapen/Dermaroller Study


    Leading a team of dermatologists, Prof. Tony Chu conducted an open comparative study of Dermaroller and Dermapen in 60 patients with atrophic acne scarring to compare ease of use, patient preference and efficacy.

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  • Medcycyna estetyczna spełnia marzenia


    O młodej skórze bez zmarszczek, o udach bez rozstępów, o twarzy bez potrądzikowych blizn, o gęstszych włosach – każda kobieta o czymś marzy.

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  • Medycyna Urody


    Przetestowane Zabiegi.

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  • Riverside: Plastic Surgery Open House on Dec. 8

    Dr. Subhas Gupta, chairman of the Loma Linda University Health Care Department of Plastic Surgery, gives a live demonstration of the latest in cosmetic surgery at a recent open house. The next open house is set for Dec. 8.

    A new technology for facial resurfacing will be unveiled to the public at an open house hosted by Loma Linda University Health Care plastic surgeons at their clinic in Riverside.

    The open house, set for Thursday, will feature a live demonstration of Dermapen, a newly-approved technology that will offer patients an “in-between” alternative between chemical peels and lasers.

    The event is from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Loma Linda University Health Care Department of Plastic Surgery Clinic, 3762 Tibbetts St. in Riverside.

    ”We are very excited to host a Holiday Open House, which is a wonderful opportunity for people in the region to be introduced to the latest technology and services available to help them look and feel better,” said Dr. Subhas Gupta, chairman of Loma Linda University Health Care Department of Plastic Surgery.

    “Our surgeons have become well known for employing the most advanced technology and techniques in plastic surgery, and we are glad to let the public get a better understanding of what we do,” he said.

    Gupta is scheduled to give a demonstration on Dermapen, as well as a “liquid face-lift” demonstration, which involves a combination treatment of fillers and Botox. Dr. Michael Hill will make a presentation on Advanced Body Contouring for those desiring “mommy makeovers” and for weight-loss patients. Attendees will receive a $100 off certificate for Botox, fillers and facial laser treatments.

    The department also plans to make a donation to The Pink Runway 2012 campaign, an annual breast cancer reconstruction fashion show fundraiser.

    Reservations: 951-686-2224 or info@lluplasticsurgery.com

    www.pe.com/local-news/riverside-county/riverside/riverside-headlines-index/20111203-riverside-plastic-surgery-open-house-on-dec.-8.ece         

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  • Smooth, Pretty, Young Looking Skin Treatment Available – Dermapen™ on Philadelphia’s CBS 3

    By Stephanie Stahl

    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Smooth, pretty, young looking skin, every woman wants it. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl shows you the newest technology to help get it.

    Donna Diseroad has been struggling with her skin for years, acne scars. And now that she’s 45, some wrinkles around her eyes. But she says her complexion is smoother now, after a treatment with the Dermapen.

    “I only had one treatment so far, and I really feel like it really has helped,” said Donna.

    Dermapen works with 11 tiny, vibrating needles that penetrate the skin. But patients say it doesn’t hurt. A numbing cream is used before the treatment.

    “You don’t feel like it’s a bunch of needles going in your skin at all,” said Donna.

    “It plumps up the skin from the inside out,” said Linda Tagliamonte, an Aesthetician at the Center for Women’s Health in Langhorne. She says Dermapen works by slightly injuring the skin.

    “Our skin has to produce collagen in order to heal. We do this at the cellular level. And we’re in return building up collagen to plump and smooth the skin,” said Tagliamonte.

    She says before and after photos from Dermapen show how it can improve stretch marks, acne scars and wrinkles.

    “After one treatment, I did notice a difference in some of the fading of the lip lines in the lip,” said Deb Jones, who works at the Women’s Center. She wanted to tighten the skin around her lips and eyes, but she was initially worried about the needles.

    “I have zero tolerance for pain. It’s the sensation of feeling maybe like something rubbing your skin,” said Deb.

    Tagliamonte says Dermapen produces results similar to laser resurfacing, but it’s quicker, easier and cheaper.

    “It really is a revolutionary new device, that is going to help so many people,” said Tagliamonte.

    View the video here!


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  • Stimulate Collagen with a Pen

    We go through quite a lot to get our skin to produce better-acting collagen, from topical products to lasers and every cream in-between. But a new device called Dermapen may make collagen stimulation easier than ever to achieve, says New York plastic surgeon, Sharon Giese, MD.

    "Needling the skin is a very old technology that goes back to ancient times," Dr. Giese says, in that inserting tiny needles into the skin will cause minuscule damage to it, in turn boosting collagen production that can smooth away wrinkles or scars.

    "What brings micro-needling into the 21st century is that with this device, the depth of penetration of the needles is adjustable. With a twist of the knob, you can lightly prick the top of the skin to help topical products seep in better... or go deeper with the needles to stimulate collagen."

    You may be familiar with dermal-rollers, which offer a similar type of collagen reaction, but the needles on the rollers are five times fatter and spaced 100 times further apart than those on Dermapen, Dr. Giese says. "Roller pens are so crude compared to this device, and they look medieval," she explains. "The advancement is in the finesse of [Dermapen]."

    Fraxel lasers produce a similar type of micro-penetration, however, the heat administered into the skin causes what Dr. Giese calls "collateral damage" to healthy tissue that she doesn't see with Dermapen.

    Plus, because it's so small (it looks like a marker or highlighter pen), Dr. Giese says getting into smaller contoured areas is easier than using a laser and definitely more efficient than a dermal-roller. Plus, "It goes faster, so it's less painful," she says.

    Depending on the type of treatment the patient gets, the recovery from a Dermapen session can range from zero to four days. Dr. Giese says the lighter treatment will show results right away with more radiant skin, while the deeper procedure will take three to six months to produce results. She anticipates those with acne scars, stretch marks, smoker's lines and other wrinkles will see significant improvement.

    Since many specialists like Dr. Giese have been using Dermapen for just a few weeks, we'll have to wait to see the final results. Stay tuned to New Beauty for the latest on this new technology.

    www.newbeauty.com/hottopic/blogpost/1369-stimulate-collagen-with-a-pen         

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  • Warto Weidzieć


    Przentujemy nowe produkty I urządzenia, które pojawiają się na polskim rynku dermatologii estetycznej I mogą znaleźć zastosowanie w naszej praktyce lekarskiej.

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  • Aesthetician Julie Lindh is one of NYC’s 1st First Skincare Specialists to Offer Dermapen™

    Skincare expert Julie Lindh has built her practice by continually introducing clients to forward-thinking skin treatments that provide optimal results at a value. This year, Lindh kicked off 2012 with the announcement of an addition to her menu of services: Dermapen.

    Introduced in November of 2011 by Equipmed, Dermapen is a highly effective skin therapy procedure that involves microscopic needling to treat skin conditions such as fine lines, wrinkles, stretch marks, acne scars and wound scars.

    With age, the production of cells, collagen and elastin naturally diminish, which can cause wrinkles, saggy skin and a hollowing effect. Through collagen induction therapy, the skin can be prompted to heal and repair itself. Dermapen is being used more and more as an alternative to traditional facelifts and other surgical procedures, as it helps to reduce signs of aging, like saggy tired skin and uneven skin tone.

    While Dermapen can be used to replace facial treatments like traditional plastic surgery and facelifts, it can also be used as a supplement to existing procedures in order to increase the effectiveness and absorption of products such anti-aging creams and serums. The benefits include skin tightening and lifting, improved appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, and stretch marks and minimized pore size. Overall, skin appears more refreshed, rejuvenated and replenished.

    Lindh jumped at the chance to partner with Equipmed and is among the first licensed to offer Dermapen therapy in NYC. The treatment is packaged as part of Lindh’s proprietary Skin Fitness program.

    About Julie Lindh

    World-renowned aesthetician Julie Lindh is a renowned skin care expert. With her uniquely innovative four-phase approach towards skin care, Julie helps patients achieve and maintain clear, glowing and radiant skin, making it easy to understand why some devotees call her “the healer”. Lindh’s skincare philosophy is based on a belief that treatment is unique to each skin profile. The services offered in her NYC and Sweden based offices are customized, and are provided only after Lindh completes a full skin analysis of each patient. She also travels the world to cater to clientele, including A-list celebrities, socialites and high-end day spas.

    www.prweb.com/releases/julielindh/skinfitness/prweb9113169.htm         

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  • Cosmetic Micro-Needling Skin Therapy for Atrophic Facial Scars: Derma Rolling vs Dermapen Clinical Study

    "Patients treated with the Dermapen unanimously felt that the procedure was much less painful than derma rolling and the downtime was significantly shorter with the Dermapen. Subjectively, patients treated with the Dermapen felt that their acne scarring had improved to a greater extent than patients with the derma rolling. Visioscan data showed significantly greater reduction of depth of scars using the Dermapen compared to derma rolling."

    Professor Tony Chu, FRCP, Dermatology Department, Imperial College, Hammersmith Hospital, London, UK



    Dermapen releases open clinical study of treatment of Atrophic Acne Scars Comparing Derma Rolling vs Dermapen and a 3D animation video showing the comparison between Derma Rolling and Dermapen Microneedling Device.

    Treatment OF ATROPHIC ACNE SCARRING – DERMA ROLLING VS DERMAPEN
    Professor Tony Chu, FRCP, Dermatology Department, Imperial College, Hammersmith Hospital, London, UK


    Background
    Percutaneous collagen induction has been used for some years in the treatment of atrophic acne scarring. It is most successful in rolling scars but will have some impact on box scarring. The most successful technique used to date is Derma rollering. This is a mechanical device which incorporates surgical steel micro-needles in a wheel which is rolled up and down the affected area. Needle length is generally 1.5mm and the skin is treated four times in three different directions. We have used this technique in our clinics for the last 4 years, treating over a 1000 patients. The results have been extremely good to date. The procedure is, however, painful and leaves the patient very red for 4 days after the procedure. The new Dermapen uses the same principal but rather than using a rolling action, the Dermapen moves the needles in and out at a rate of about 1000 times per second. This avoids the rolling injury to the skin that can occur with derma rolling.

    Method
    This was an open comparative study of derma rolling and Dermapen in 60 patients with atrophic acne scarring to compare ease of use, patient preference and efficiency. Patients were randomized to receive either derma rolling or Dermapen. All patients had had one previous treatment with derma rolling. All had predominantly rolling scars and none had active acne. Procedures were conducted by 3 dermatologists. Patients and dermatologists filled in a questionnaire about the ease of use and discomfort experience and length of down time. Depth of selected scars was measured using the Visioscan VC98 before and 3 months after treatment.

    Conclusion
    Treatment of acne scarring has been significantly advanced with the introduction of derma rolling. The new Dermapen, however, has a number of advantages. The disposable needle heads are more cost-effective than derma rolling. Patients felt that the Dermapen was much less painful and had shorter downtime than the derma rolling. Dermatologists felt it was easier to use and enabled sites such as the upper lip and nose to be treated with ease. The Dermapen also showed significantly superior reduction in scar depth after a single treatment with an average of 29% reduction with the derma roller compared to 42% average with the Dermapen.

    Professor Tony Chu, FRCP
    Department of Dermatology
    Imperial College
    Hammersmith Hospital
    DuCane Road
    London W12 0HS, UK         


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  • Cosmetic physicians report increase in scar-reduction treatments

    Facial scars can have a deep impact on a person’s self-esteem and be difficult to treat. Dermapen could be YOUR answer to traumatizing facial scars!

    To read more, please visit http://www.professionalbeauty.com.au/2013/02/27/cosmetic-physicians-report-increase-in-scar-reduction-treatments/


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  • Dermapen - Poland


    Metoda mikronakłuwania powoduje minimalne uszkodzenia naskórka. Dzięki temu process gojenia następuje błyskawicznie.

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  • Dermapen Poland


    W walce o piekna I zdrowa skore specjalisci z Time Clinic polecaja metode frakcyjnego mikronakluwania.

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  • Dermapen™ Shortlisted for the MyFaceMyBody Awards

    We are very pleased to announce that the Dermapen™ has been short listed in the MyFaceMyBody awards.



    VOTING IS NOW OPEN!!

    Please take a moment and vote for the Dermapen as the Best Skin Tightening Treatment in the MyFaceMyBody Awards.

    You can vote for the Dermapen™ by visiting www.myfacemybody.com/awards_b/Vote/ - you don't need to vote for every category, so it won’t take long.

    Please also consider leaving a comment, and let people know how the Dermapen™ has worked for you! www.myfacemybody.com/award_entry/154-230/ - this also counts as a vote for Dermapen™.

    The Dermapen™ is an excellent new and innovative product that is taking the Aesthetics industry by storm and is to replace the traditional dermal rollering. The Dermapen™ is an electronically powered, multi needle device, which vertically pierces the skin at very high speeds.

    It works to enhance rejuvenation results, maintain epidermal integrity and reduce downtime. The automatic vibrating function of the Dermapen™ increases dermal needling speed, effectiveness & absorption of products, while reducing pain & discomfort. The Dermapen™ is as effective as Fraxel, IPL, Lasers & Chemical Peels and at a fraction of the cost. It is taking the aesthetics industry by storm and is to replace the traditional dermal rollering.

    The Dermapen™ is an electronically powered, multi needle device, which vertically pierces the skin at very high speeds. It works to enhance rejuvenation results, maintain epidermal integrity and reduce downtime. The automatic vibrating function of the Dermapen™ increases dermal needling speed, effectiveness & absorption of products, while reducing pain & discomfort.

    The Dermapen™ is as effective as Fraxel, IPL, Lasers & Chemical Peels and at a fraction of the cost.

    PLEASE DON’T DELAY! VOTE FOR US TODAY!


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  • Equipmed Australia is pleased to announce another international innovation with Dermapen™.

    Whilst the success of skin needling for the treatment of scar tissue and collagen induction is well documented, Dermapen™’s patented AOVN™ technology has been medically proven to normalise the melanogenesis process - in normal skin, there is neither too much, nor too little pigment.



    At the prestigious Anti-Aging Medicine Congress held early April in Monte Carlo, Dr Hasan El-Fakahany (Al-Minya / Cairo Faculty Of Medicine) and Andrew R. Christie (Dermapen™ Global Brand Ambassador and Director of Lipservice Consulting) made industry headlines with their ground-breaking presentation on Dermapen™ and the successful treatment of hypopigmented conditions - including acral vitiligo. Clinical Dermapen™ treatments in combination with specific drug and antioxidant therapy have demonstrated impressive results in the reversal of melanin depletion. The AMWC is the world’s first and largest medical congress devoted entirely to extrinsic and intrinsic anti-aging medicine.


    Unlike thermolytic technology (including laser and IPL) or traditional dermal rollers, Dermapen™ does not induct any heat with epidermal integrity remaining intact. This enables treatment on all Fitzpatrick skin types. Dermapen™ procedures directly target melanocytes (in addition to keratinocytes and fibroblasts) to produce a regenerative and healing cascade that simultaneously regulates and normalises abnormal facultative pigment and melanocyte depletion. 1300 micro channels are produced per second via the vertical insertion of an automated 12 needle cartridge. The specific depth of the needles may be customised for each patient ensuring targeted stratum basale precision.


    Andrew R. Christie will be presenting on acral vitiligo and Dr Hasan El-Fakahany’s studies at the upcoming Cosmetex conference on Queensland’s Gold Coast. Cosmetex is Asia Pacific’s largest and most significant meeting devoted to cosmetic medicine. As a follow up to the recent AMWC, this seminar will be an Australasian first to reveal Dermapen™’s role in solving acral vitiligo’s previously undefeated battle.



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  • Equipmed Releases Dermapen 3(TM): The Most Controllable, Robust, and Feature Rich Medical Needling Device Alternative to Fractional Lasers

    SYDNEY, March 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Equipmed, a leading international developer of innovative cosmetic equipment, has just launched a ground-up redesign of their famous Dermapen(TM), specifically to withstand the rigors of continuous daily use in a medical practice and provide medical practitioners with a viable alternative to fractional lasers. The Dermapen 3(TM) incorporates a series of new features that make it one of the most controllable and robust needling devices currently available.


    Photo - http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20140320/PH87390


    The Dermapen(TM) device series has proven to deliver the same type of results as a Fractional Laser without the pain, downtime, expense and unnecessary thermal damage. Dermapen 3(TM) is now the "Gold Standard" for treating difficult acne and surgical scars, even keloids.


    Doctors use the Dermapen 3(TM) to induce natural collagen production and treat pigmentation, all types of scars, reduce wrinkles, improve stretch marks, minimize pore size and generally prevent the appearance of aging.


    The device has a tremendously powerful motor and tough case. Its unique vertical needling technology, multi-speed motor and adjustable needle depths render it safer and more effective in piercing the skin than traditional skin needling rollers.


    New features include:


    • 1300 Micro Holes per second
    • 12 Fine s/s Hi Tensile Needles
    • Advanced needle Depth Control
    • Heavy-duty Cycle Motor
    • Adjustable Speed Control
    • Advanced Oscillating Vertical Needling (AOVN(TM))
    • Integrated cable design

    "We learned what the market was seeking through responses to our first two models and applied this knowledge in the development of our latest Dermapen(TM). Unlike many pens that are off the shelf rebadges of existing products, our Dermapen 3(TM) was designed from scratch in Australia and represents a complete new and professional-grade solution for the medical market," says Stene Marshall, CEO of Equipmed.


    The Dermapen 3(TM) can treat hard to reach places (around ear, nose, eyes and lips), penetrates scar tissue and yields a more comfortable procedure with faster healing times. It is an ideal improvement for any medical office seeking to offer patients fractional rejuvenation for a fraction of the cost.


    The Dermapen 3(TM) is being officially launched at the 2014 American Academy of Dermatology annual meeting.


    About Equipmed:


    Equipmed has been distributing and developing medical technology solutions since 1976 and has remained on the leading edge of laser innovation for the aesthetic industry. Equipmed provides a wide range of light-based and medical devices for aesthetic applications designed to meet the needs of today's practitioners. Equipmed's performance-oriented, cost-effective systems are used in thousands of clinics globally. Additionally Equipmed offers Dermapen(TM), ELux and many more medical solutions. www.equipmed.com


    View the Dermapen 3(TM) at the American Academy of Dermatology annual meeting in Denver, CO, March 21-25 2014: Booth 946


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  • Feature from Harpers Bazaar – New Wrinkle Eraser

    The latest youth enhancing procedure involves minimal pain and downtime but delivers big anti-aging results. View story directly on Harper's Bazaar here

    By Jessica Prince


    Doubly swaddled in a white robe and a plush blanket, New York handbag designer Brett Heyman lies back in the Manhattan office of plastic surgeon Jon Turk, peacefully awaiting a younger complexion. There's little need to be anxious because, unlike most visitors to Turk's renowned Fifth Avenue practice, the 32-year-old founder of Edie Parker is not here to go under the knife. In fact, Heyman has never had even a single Botox injection or filler. She is preparing for her second Dermapen treatment, the newest in-office procedure that promises to soften facial wrinkles, minimize pores, fade scars, and leave patients with brighter, tighter, and younger skin — all courtesy of 11 tiny needles. "In my opinion, anyone ages 35 to 60 should be getting these treatments," Turk says. "We are not looking at it as a separate procedure like laser but as something that should be incorporated into a person's skin care."

    The minimally invasive Dermapen treatment began popping up in doctors' offices nationwide early this year and is now being hailed as "the best recent innovation in skin rejuvenation," says Richard Anderson, a cosmetic surgeon in Salt Lake City. The electronically driven, pen-shaped device is an updated take on manual derma-rollers, a more painful and less precise way of puncturing tiny holes in the skin to stimulate healing below the surface, which in turn jump-starts collagen and elastin production. However, unlike derma-rollers, Dermapen is equipped with fine, vibrating needles that pierce the skin at a predetermined speed and depth, resulting in little damage to the epidermis. Downtime is minimal; patients can hide redness with mineral makeup and resume their normal activities immediately.

    But perhaps the most revolutionary aspect of Dermapen is its ability to act as a "dermal infusion device," says Turk, meaning that prior to treatment your practitioner can apply a blend of active ingredients onto your face (think vitamin C and hyaluronic acid), which are then driven deep below the skin's surface through channels created by the needles. Using Dermapen in conjunction with topical ingredients, Turk adds, allows them to be absorbed 100 to 1,000 times more effectively, which is a huge advantage when you're fighting the clock.

    The procedure itself is quick, lasting about 20 minutes, as the device is moved across the skin in six areas: the forehead, cheeks, nose, upper lip, chin, and neck. Though Heyman doesn't bleed during the procedure (some patients do), she clenches her fists when the needles reach her forehead and upper lip.

    Most Dermapen patients describe the treatment as feeling like pinpricks or, as Heyman puts it, "unpleasant but tolerable." For maximum results, doctors recommend three to four appointments spaced two to four weeks apart. (Cost per session ranges from $250 to $650.) Amalia Spinardi, owner of Jo de Mar beachwear (her customers include model Gisele Bündchen), travels all the way from her home in Brazil for Dermapen treatments in Turk's office. "I come to New York for business, but my Dermapen appointments are always the first thing I do," says Spinardi, 42. "When I turned 40, my skin started feeling saggy, and I wanted to get a lift without surgery or lasers," she says, adding, "I don't want a Botoxed face. I want to recognize myself." After two treatments, she reports "tighter, younger, and more glowy skin." Before trying Dermapen, Spinardi experimented with lasers but found them too painful to endure more than one session.

    Spinardi is not alone. Many Dermapen devotees, including Heyman, are former laser patients, and according to Turk, Dermapen can produce results similar to those of Fraxel lasers but without the prolonged redness and pain. "Fraxel laser is a state-of-the-art treatment, but it's difficult to use on dark-skinned patients, and the downtime is often greater than advertised," Turk explains. "So if you can find a device that can do everything that Fraxel can do, or close to it, and can take away some of the negatives, then you have a very appealing product."

    Not all doctors feel this way, however. Eric Bernstein, a dermatologic laser surgeon and founder of the Main Line Centre for Laser Surgery in Philadelphia, disagrees with this analysis. He claims that although Dermapen will cause a small healing response, "when you create holes in the skin with energy from a laser, more collagen will be stimulated. I don't think Dermapen accomplishes the same end results," Bernstein concludes.

    The folks at Dermapen acknowledge that they are not reinventing the wheel. "The technology is not groundbreaking," says Chad Milton, CEO and cofounder of the company. "We just innovated something that needed an update." Milton hints that he wants the next generation of the device to do exactly what doctors are hoping for: inject ingredients simultaneously during the needle use.

    In the end, "Dermapen is not going to put surgeons or lasers out of business. It's another weapon in our antiaging armamentarium," says Anderson. For Heyman, Dermapen yields results. "My skin is smoother, my pores look smaller, and I'm not as blotchy," she says. She happily gathers her things from Turk's office, applies some mineral powder, and is off to a meeting, certain that no one will know she's just come from a plastic surgeon's office.         


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  • Frakcyjne Mikronakłuwanie Skóry




    Mikronakłuwanie przeżywa obecnie swój renesans, główie dzięki wielu zastosowaniom terpeutucznym w medycynie estetycznej, jak rownież pojawiającym sie nowym metodom, które sprawiają, ze dziś ten zabieg jest znaczie bardziej komfortowy dla pacjenta niż dawniej.

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  • High Roller: Prof. Tony Chu’s Dermapen/Dermaroller Study


    Leading a team of dermatologists, Prof. Tony Chu conducted an open comparative study of Dermaroller and Dermapen in 60 patients with atrophic acne scarring to compare ease of use, patient preference and efficacy.

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  • Medcycyna estetyczna spełnia marzenia


    O młodej skórze bez zmarszczek, o udach bez rozstępów, o twarzy bez potrądzikowych blizn, o gęstszych włosach – każda kobieta o czymś marzy.

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  • Medycyna Urody


    Przetestowane Zabiegi.

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  • Riverside: Plastic Surgery Open House on Dec. 8

    Dr. Subhas Gupta, chairman of the Loma Linda University Health Care Department of Plastic Surgery, gives a live demonstration of the latest in cosmetic surgery at a recent open house. The next open house is set for Dec. 8.

    A new technology for facial resurfacing will be unveiled to the public at an open house hosted by Loma Linda University Health Care plastic surgeons at their clinic in Riverside.

    The open house, set for Thursday, will feature a live demonstration of Dermapen, a newly-approved technology that will offer patients an “in-between” alternative between chemical peels and lasers.

    The event is from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Loma Linda University Health Care Department of Plastic Surgery Clinic, 3762 Tibbetts St. in Riverside.

    ”We are very excited to host a Holiday Open House, which is a wonderful opportunity for people in the region to be introduced to the latest technology and services available to help them look and feel better,” said Dr. Subhas Gupta, chairman of Loma Linda University Health Care Department of Plastic Surgery.

    “Our surgeons have become well known for employing the most advanced technology and techniques in plastic surgery, and we are glad to let the public get a better understanding of what we do,” he said.

    Gupta is scheduled to give a demonstration on Dermapen, as well as a “liquid face-lift” demonstration, which involves a combination treatment of fillers and Botox. Dr. Michael Hill will make a presentation on Advanced Body Contouring for those desiring “mommy makeovers” and for weight-loss patients. Attendees will receive a $100 off certificate for Botox, fillers and facial laser treatments.

    The department also plans to make a donation to The Pink Runway 2012 campaign, an annual breast cancer reconstruction fashion show fundraiser.

    Reservations: 951-686-2224 or info@lluplasticsurgery.com

    www.pe.com/local-news/riverside-county/riverside/riverside-headlines-index/20111203-riverside-plastic-surgery-open-house-on-dec.-8.ece         

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  • Smooth, Pretty, Young Looking Skin Treatment Available – Dermapen™ on Philadelphia’s CBS 3

    By Stephanie Stahl

    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Smooth, pretty, young looking skin, every woman wants it. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl shows you the newest technology to help get it.

    Donna Diseroad has been struggling with her skin for years, acne scars. And now that she’s 45, some wrinkles around her eyes. But she says her complexion is smoother now, after a treatment with the Dermapen.

    “I only had one treatment so far, and I really feel like it really has helped,” said Donna.

    Dermapen works with 11 tiny, vibrating needles that penetrate the skin. But patients say it doesn’t hurt. A numbing cream is used before the treatment.

    “You don’t feel like it’s a bunch of needles going in your skin at all,” said Donna.

    “It plumps up the skin from the inside out,” said Linda Tagliamonte, an Aesthetician at the Center for Women’s Health in Langhorne. She says Dermapen works by slightly injuring the skin.

    “Our skin has to produce collagen in order to heal. We do this at the cellular level. And we’re in return building up collagen to plump and smooth the skin,” said Tagliamonte.

    She says before and after photos from Dermapen show how it can improve stretch marks, acne scars and wrinkles.

    “After one treatment, I did notice a difference in some of the fading of the lip lines in the lip,” said Deb Jones, who works at the Women’s Center. She wanted to tighten the skin around her lips and eyes, but she was initially worried about the needles.

    “I have zero tolerance for pain. It’s the sensation of feeling maybe like something rubbing your skin,” said Deb.

    Tagliamonte says Dermapen produces results similar to laser resurfacing, but it’s quicker, easier and cheaper.

    “It really is a revolutionary new device, that is going to help so many people,” said Tagliamonte.

    View the video here!


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  • Stimulate Collagen with a Pen

    We go through quite a lot to get our skin to produce better-acting collagen, from topical products to lasers and every cream in-between. But a new device called Dermapen may make collagen stimulation easier than ever to achieve, says New York plastic surgeon, Sharon Giese, MD.

    "Needling the skin is a very old technology that goes back to ancient times," Dr. Giese says, in that inserting tiny needles into the skin will cause minuscule damage to it, in turn boosting collagen production that can smooth away wrinkles or scars.

    "What brings micro-needling into the 21st century is that with this device, the depth of penetration of the needles is adjustable. With a twist of the knob, you can lightly prick the top of the skin to help topical products seep in better... or go deeper with the needles to stimulate collagen."

    You may be familiar with dermal-rollers, which offer a similar type of collagen reaction, but the needles on the rollers are five times fatter and spaced 100 times further apart than those on Dermapen, Dr. Giese says. "Roller pens are so crude compared to this device, and they look medieval," she explains. "The advancement is in the finesse of [Dermapen]."

    Fraxel lasers produce a similar type of micro-penetration, however, the heat administered into the skin causes what Dr. Giese calls "collateral damage" to healthy tissue that she doesn't see with Dermapen.

    Plus, because it's so small (it looks like a marker or highlighter pen), Dr. Giese says getting into smaller contoured areas is easier than using a laser and definitely more efficient than a dermal-roller. Plus, "It goes faster, so it's less painful," she says.

    Depending on the type of treatment the patient gets, the recovery from a Dermapen session can range from zero to four days. Dr. Giese says the lighter treatment will show results right away with more radiant skin, while the deeper procedure will take three to six months to produce results. She anticipates those with acne scars, stretch marks, smoker's lines and other wrinkles will see significant improvement.

    Since many specialists like Dr. Giese have been using Dermapen for just a few weeks, we'll have to wait to see the final results. Stay tuned to New Beauty for the latest on this new technology.

    www.newbeauty.com/hottopic/blogpost/1369-stimulate-collagen-with-a-pen         

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  • Warto Weidzieć


    Przentujemy nowe produkty I urządzenia, które pojawiają się na polskim rynku dermatologii estetycznej I mogą znaleźć zastosowanie w naszej praktyce lekarskiej.

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  • Aesthetician Julie Lindh is one of NYC’s 1st First Skincare Specialists to Offer Dermapen™

    Skincare expert Julie Lindh has built her practice by continually introducing clients to forward-thinking skin treatments that provide optimal results at a value. This year, Lindh kicked off 2012 with the announcement of an addition to her menu of services: Dermapen.

    Introduced in November of 2011 by Equipmed, Dermapen is a highly effective skin therapy procedure that involves microscopic needling to treat skin conditions such as fine lines, wrinkles, stretch marks, acne scars and wound scars.

    With age, the production of cells, collagen and elastin naturally diminish, which can cause wrinkles, saggy skin and a hollowing effect. Through collagen induction therapy, the skin can be prompted to heal and repair itself. Dermapen is being used more and more as an alternative to traditional facelifts and other surgical procedures, as it helps to reduce signs of aging, like saggy tired skin and uneven skin tone.

    While Dermapen can be used to replace facial treatments like traditional plastic surgery and facelifts, it can also be used as a supplement to existing procedures in order to increase the effectiveness and absorption of products such anti-aging creams and serums. The benefits include skin tightening and lifting, improved appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, and stretch marks and minimized pore size. Overall, skin appears more refreshed, rejuvenated and replenished.

    Lindh jumped at the chance to partner with Equipmed and is among the first licensed to offer Dermapen therapy in NYC. The treatment is packaged as part of Lindh’s proprietary Skin Fitness program.

    About Julie Lindh

    World-renowned aesthetician Julie Lindh is a renowned skin care expert. With her uniquely innovative four-phase approach towards skin care, Julie helps patients achieve and maintain clear, glowing and radiant skin, making it easy to understand why some devotees call her “the healer”. Lindh’s skincare philosophy is based on a belief that treatment is unique to each skin profile. The services offered in her NYC and Sweden based offices are customized, and are provided only after Lindh completes a full skin analysis of each patient. She also travels the world to cater to clientele, including A-list celebrities, socialites and high-end day spas.

    www.prweb.com/releases/julielindh/skinfitness/prweb9113169.htm         

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  • Cosmetic Micro-Needling Skin Therapy for Atrophic Facial Scars: Derma Rolling vs Dermapen Clinical Study

    "Patients treated with the Dermapen unanimously felt that the procedure was much less painful than derma rolling and the downtime was significantly shorter with the Dermapen. Subjectively, patients treated with the Dermapen felt that their acne scarring had improved to a greater extent than patients with the derma rolling. Visioscan data showed significantly greater reduction of depth of scars using the Dermapen compared to derma rolling."

    Professor Tony Chu, FRCP, Dermatology Department, Imperial College, Hammersmith Hospital, London, UK



    Dermapen releases open clinical study of treatment of Atrophic Acne Scars Comparing Derma Rolling vs Dermapen and a 3D animation video showing the comparison between Derma Rolling and Dermapen Microneedling Device.

    Treatment OF ATROPHIC ACNE SCARRING – DERMA ROLLING VS DERMAPEN
    Professor Tony Chu, FRCP, Dermatology Department, Imperial College, Hammersmith Hospital, London, UK


    Background
    Percutaneous collagen induction has been used for some years in the treatment of atrophic acne scarring. It is most successful in rolling scars but will have some impact on box scarring. The most successful technique used to date is Derma rollering. This is a mechanical device which incorporates surgical steel micro-needles in a wheel which is rolled up and down the affected area. Needle length is generally 1.5mm and the skin is treated four times in three different directions. We have used this technique in our clinics for the last 4 years, treating over a 1000 patients. The results have been extremely good to date. The procedure is, however, painful and leaves the patient very red for 4 days after the procedure. The new Dermapen uses the same principal but rather than using a rolling action, the Dermapen moves the needles in and out at a rate of about 1000 times per second. This avoids the rolling injury to the skin that can occur with derma rolling.

    Method
    This was an open comparative study of derma rolling and Dermapen in 60 patients with atrophic acne scarring to compare ease of use, patient preference and efficiency. Patients were randomized to receive either derma rolling or Dermapen. All patients had had one previous treatment with derma rolling. All had predominantly rolling scars and none had active acne. Procedures were conducted by 3 dermatologists. Patients and dermatologists filled in a questionnaire about the ease of use and discomfort experience and length of down time. Depth of selected scars was measured using the Visioscan VC98 before and 3 months after treatment.

    Conclusion
    Treatment of acne scarring has been significantly advanced with the introduction of derma rolling. The new Dermapen, however, has a number of advantages. The disposable needle heads are more cost-effective than derma rolling. Patients felt that the Dermapen was much less painful and had shorter downtime than the derma rolling. Dermatologists felt it was easier to use and enabled sites such as the upper lip and nose to be treated with ease. The Dermapen also showed significantly superior reduction in scar depth after a single treatment with an average of 29% reduction with the derma roller compared to 42% average with the Dermapen.

    Professor Tony Chu, FRCP
    Department of Dermatology
    Imperial College
    Hammersmith Hospital
    DuCane Road
    London W12 0HS, UK         


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  • Cosmetic physicians report increase in scar-reduction treatments

    Facial scars can have a deep impact on a person’s self-esteem and be difficult to treat. Dermapen could be YOUR answer to traumatizing facial scars!

    To read more, please visit http://www.professionalbeauty.com.au/2013/02/27/cosmetic-physicians-report-increase-in-scar-reduction-treatments/


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  • Dermapen - Poland


    Metoda mikronakłuwania powoduje minimalne uszkodzenia naskórka. Dzięki temu process gojenia następuje błyskawicznie.

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  • Dermapen Poland


    W walce o piekna I zdrowa skore specjalisci z Time Clinic polecaja metode frakcyjnego mikronakluwania.

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  • Dermapen Poland - Clinica Dermea

     

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  • Dermapen™ Shortlisted for the MyFaceMyBody Awards

    We are very pleased to announce that the Dermapen™ has been short listed in the MyFaceMyBody awards.



    VOTING IS NOW OPEN!!

    Please take a moment and vote for the Dermapen as the Best Skin Tightening Treatment in the MyFaceMyBody Awards.

    You can vote for the Dermapen™ by visiting www.myfacemybody.com/awards_b/Vote/ - you don't need to vote for every category, so it won’t take long.

    Please also consider leaving a comment, and let people know how the Dermapen™ has worked for you! www.myfacemybody.com/award_entry/154-230/ - this also counts as a vote for Dermapen™.

    The Dermapen™ is an excellent new and innovative product that is taking the Aesthetics industry by storm and is to replace the traditional dermal rollering. The Dermapen™ is an electronically powered, multi needle device, which vertically pierces the skin at very high speeds.

    It works to enhance rejuvenation results, maintain epidermal integrity and reduce downtime. The automatic vibrating function of the Dermapen™ increases dermal needling speed, effectiveness & absorption of products, while reducing pain & discomfort. The Dermapen™ is as effective as Fraxel, IPL, Lasers & Chemical Peels and at a fraction of the cost. It is taking the aesthetics industry by storm and is to replace the traditional dermal rollering.

    The Dermapen™ is an electronically powered, multi needle device, which vertically pierces the skin at very high speeds. It works to enhance rejuvenation results, maintain epidermal integrity and reduce downtime. The automatic vibrating function of the Dermapen™ increases dermal needling speed, effectiveness & absorption of products, while reducing pain & discomfort.

    The Dermapen™ is as effective as Fraxel, IPL, Lasers & Chemical Peels and at a fraction of the cost.

    PLEASE DON’T DELAY! VOTE FOR US TODAY!


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  • Equipmed Australia is pleased to announce another international innovation with Dermapen™.

    Whilst the success of skin needling for the treatment of scar tissue and collagen induction is well documented, Dermapen™’s patented AOVN™ technology has been medically proven to normalise the melanogenesis process - in normal skin, there is neither too much, nor too little pigment.



    At the prestigious Anti-Aging Medicine Congress held early April in Monte Carlo, Dr Hasan El-Fakahany (Al-Minya / Cairo Faculty Of Medicine) and Andrew R. Christie (Dermapen™ Global Brand Ambassador and Director of Lipservice Consulting) made industry headlines with their ground-breaking presentation on Dermapen™ and the successful treatment of hypopigmented conditions - including acral vitiligo. Clinical Dermapen™ treatments in combination with specific drug and antioxidant therapy have demonstrated impressive results in the reversal of melanin depletion. The AMWC is the world’s first and largest medical congress devoted entirely to extrinsic and intrinsic anti-aging medicine.


    Unlike thermolytic technology (including laser and IPL) or traditional dermal rollers, Dermapen™ does not induct any heat with epidermal integrity remaining intact. This enables treatment on all Fitzpatrick skin types. Dermapen™ procedures directly target melanocytes (in addition to keratinocytes and fibroblasts) to produce a regenerative and healing cascade that simultaneously regulates and normalises abnormal facultative pigment and melanocyte depletion. 1300 micro channels are produced per second via the vertical insertion of an automated 12 needle cartridge. The specific depth of the needles may be customised for each patient ensuring targeted stratum basale precision.


    Andrew R. Christie will be presenting on acral vitiligo and Dr Hasan El-Fakahany’s studies at the upcoming Cosmetex conference on Queensland’s Gold Coast. Cosmetex is Asia Pacific’s largest and most significant meeting devoted to cosmetic medicine. As a follow up to the recent AMWC, this seminar will be an Australasian first to reveal Dermapen™’s role in solving acral vitiligo’s previously undefeated battle.



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  • Equipmed Releases Dermapen 3(TM): The Most Controllable, Robust, and Feature Rich Medical Needling Device Alternative to Fractional Lasers

    SYDNEY, March 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Equipmed, a leading international developer of innovative cosmetic equipment, has just launched a ground-up redesign of their famous Dermapen(TM), specifically to withstand the rigors of continuous daily use in a medical practice and provide medical practitioners with a viable alternative to fractional lasers. The Dermapen 3(TM) incorporates a series of new features that make it one of the most controllable and robust needling devices currently available.


    Photo - http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20140320/PH87390


    The Dermapen(TM) device series has proven to deliver the same type of results as a Fractional Laser without the pain, downtime, expense and unnecessary thermal damage. Dermapen 3(TM) is now the "Gold Standard" for treating difficult acne and surgical scars, even keloids.


    Doctors use the Dermapen 3(TM) to induce natural collagen production and treat pigmentation, all types of scars, reduce wrinkles, improve stretch marks, minimize pore size and generally prevent the appearance of aging.


    The device has a tremendously powerful motor and tough case. Its unique vertical needling technology, multi-speed motor and adjustable needle depths render it safer and more effective in piercing the skin than traditional skin needling rollers.


    New features include:


    • 1300 Micro Holes per second
    • 12 Fine s/s Hi Tensile Needles
    • Advanced needle Depth Control
    • Heavy-duty Cycle Motor
    • Adjustable Speed Control
    • Advanced Oscillating Vertical Needling (AOVN(TM))
    • Integrated cable design

    "We learned what the market was seeking through responses to our first two models and applied this knowledge in the development of our latest Dermapen(TM). Unlike many pens that are off the shelf rebadges of existing products, our Dermapen 3(TM) was designed from scratch in Australia and represents a complete new and professional-grade solution for the medical market," says Stene Marshall, CEO of Equipmed.


    The Dermapen 3(TM) can treat hard to reach places (around ear, nose, eyes and lips), penetrates scar tissue and yields a more comfortable procedure with faster healing times. It is an ideal improvement for any medical office seeking to offer patients fractional rejuvenation for a fraction of the cost.


    The Dermapen 3(TM) is being officially launched at the 2014 American Academy of Dermatology annual meeting.


    About Equipmed:


    Equipmed has been distributing and developing medical technology solutions since 1976 and has remained on the leading edge of laser innovation for the aesthetic industry. Equipmed provides a wide range of light-based and medical devices for aesthetic applications designed to meet the needs of today's practitioners. Equipmed's performance-oriented, cost-effective systems are used in thousands of clinics globally. Additionally Equipmed offers Dermapen(TM), ELux and many more medical solutions. www.equipmed.com


    View the Dermapen 3(TM) at the American Academy of Dermatology annual meeting in Denver, CO, March 21-25 2014: Booth 946


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  • Feature from Harpers Bazaar – New Wrinkle Eraser

    The latest youth enhancing procedure involves minimal pain and downtime but delivers big anti-aging results. View story directly on Harper's Bazaar here

    By Jessica Prince


    Doubly swaddled in a white robe and a plush blanket, New York handbag designer Brett Heyman lies back in the Manhattan office of plastic surgeon Jon Turk, peacefully awaiting a younger complexion. There's little need to be anxious because, unlike most visitors to Turk's renowned Fifth Avenue practice, the 32-year-old founder of Edie Parker is not here to go under the knife. In fact, Heyman has never had even a single Botox injection or filler. She is preparing for her second Dermapen treatment, the newest in-office procedure that promises to soften facial wrinkles, minimize pores, fade scars, and leave patients with brighter, tighter, and younger skin — all courtesy of 11 tiny needles. "In my opinion, anyone ages 35 to 60 should be getting these treatments," Turk says. "We are not looking at it as a separate procedure like laser but as something that should be incorporated into a person's skin care."

    The minimally invasive Dermapen treatment began popping up in doctors' offices nationwide early this year and is now being hailed as "the best recent innovation in skin rejuvenation," says Richard Anderson, a cosmetic surgeon in Salt Lake City. The electronically driven, pen-shaped device is an updated take on manual derma-rollers, a more painful and less precise way of puncturing tiny holes in the skin to stimulate healing below the surface, which in turn jump-starts collagen and elastin production. However, unlike derma-rollers, Dermapen is equipped with fine, vibrating needles that pierce the skin at a predetermined speed and depth, resulting in little damage to the epidermis. Downtime is minimal; patients can hide redness with mineral makeup and resume their normal activities immediately.

    But perhaps the most revolutionary aspect of Dermapen is its ability to act as a "dermal infusion device," says Turk, meaning that prior to treatment your practitioner can apply a blend of active ingredients onto your face (think vitamin C and hyaluronic acid), which are then driven deep below the skin's surface through channels created by the needles. Using Dermapen in conjunction with topical ingredients, Turk adds, allows them to be absorbed 100 to 1,000 times more effectively, which is a huge advantage when you're fighting the clock.

    The procedure itself is quick, lasting about 20 minutes, as the device is moved across the skin in six areas: the forehead, cheeks, nose, upper lip, chin, and neck. Though Heyman doesn't bleed during the procedure (some patients do), she clenches her fists when the needles reach her forehead and upper lip.

    Most Dermapen patients describe the treatment as feeling like pinpricks or, as Heyman puts it, "unpleasant but tolerable." For maximum results, doctors recommend three to four appointments spaced two to four weeks apart. (Cost per session ranges from $250 to $650.) Amalia Spinardi, owner of Jo de Mar beachwear (her customers include model Gisele Bündchen), travels all the way from her home in Brazil for Dermapen treatments in Turk's office. "I come to New York for business, but my Dermapen appointments are always the first thing I do," says Spinardi, 42. "When I turned 40, my skin started feeling saggy, and I wanted to get a lift without surgery or lasers," she says, adding, "I don't want a Botoxed face. I want to recognize myself." After two treatments, she reports "tighter, younger, and more glowy skin." Before trying Dermapen, Spinardi experimented with lasers but found them too painful to endure more than one session.

    Spinardi is not alone. Many Dermapen devotees, including Heyman, are former laser patients, and according to Turk, Dermapen can produce results similar to those of Fraxel lasers but without the prolonged redness and pain. "Fraxel laser is a state-of-the-art treatment, but it's difficult to use on dark-skinned patients, and the downtime is often greater than advertised," Turk explains. "So if you can find a device that can do everything that Fraxel can do, or close to it, and can take away some of the negatives, then you have a very appealing product."

    Not all doctors feel this way, however. Eric Bernstein, a dermatologic laser surgeon and founder of the Main Line Centre for Laser Surgery in Philadelphia, disagrees with this analysis. He claims that although Dermapen will cause a small healing response, "when you create holes in the skin with energy from a laser, more collagen will be stimulated. I don't think Dermapen accomplishes the same end results," Bernstein concludes.

    The folks at Dermapen acknowledge that they are not reinventing the wheel. "The technology is not groundbreaking," says Chad Milton, CEO and cofounder of the company. "We just innovated something that needed an update." Milton hints that he wants the next generation of the device to do exactly what doctors are hoping for: inject ingredients simultaneously during the needle use.

    In the end, "Dermapen is not going to put surgeons or lasers out of business. It's another weapon in our antiaging armamentarium," says Anderson. For Heyman, Dermapen yields results. "My skin is smoother, my pores look smaller, and I'm not as blotchy," she says. She happily gathers her things from Turk's office, applies some mineral powder, and is off to a meeting, certain that no one will know she's just come from a plastic surgeon's office.         


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  • Frakcyjne Mikronakłuwanie Skóry




    Mikronakłuwanie przeżywa obecnie swój renesans, główie dzięki wielu zastosowaniom terpeutucznym w medycynie estetycznej, jak rownież pojawiającym sie nowym metodom, które sprawiają, ze dziś ten zabieg jest znaczie bardziej komfortowy dla pacjenta niż dawniej.

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  • High Roller: Prof. Tony Chu’s Dermapen/Dermaroller Study


    Leading a team of dermatologists, Prof. Tony Chu conducted an open comparative study of Dermaroller and Dermapen in 60 patients with atrophic acne scarring to compare ease of use, patient preference and efficacy.

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  • Medcycyna estetyczna spełnia marzenia


    O młodej skórze bez zmarszczek, o udach bez rozstępów, o twarzy bez potrądzikowych blizn, o gęstszych włosach – każda kobieta o czymś marzy.

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  • Medycyna Urody


    Przetestowane Zabiegi.

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  • Riverside: Plastic Surgery Open House on Dec. 8

    Dr. Subhas Gupta, chairman of the Loma Linda University Health Care Department of Plastic Surgery, gives a live demonstration of the latest in cosmetic surgery at a recent open house. The next open house is set for Dec. 8.

    A new technology for facial resurfacing will be unveiled to the public at an open house hosted by Loma Linda University Health Care plastic surgeons at their clinic in Riverside.

    The open house, set for Thursday, will feature a live demonstration of Dermapen, a newly-approved technology that will offer patients an “in-between” alternative between chemical peels and lasers.

    The event is from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Loma Linda University Health Care Department of Plastic Surgery Clinic, 3762 Tibbetts St. in Riverside.

    ”We are very excited to host a Holiday Open House, which is a wonderful opportunity for people in the region to be introduced to the latest technology and services available to help them look and feel better,” said Dr. Subhas Gupta, chairman of Loma Linda University Health Care Department of Plastic Surgery.

    “Our surgeons have become well known for employing the most advanced technology and techniques in plastic surgery, and we are glad to let the public get a better understanding of what we do,” he said.

    Gupta is scheduled to give a demonstration on Dermapen, as well as a “liquid face-lift” demonstration, which involves a combination treatment of fillers and Botox. Dr. Michael Hill will make a presentation on Advanced Body Contouring for those desiring “mommy makeovers” and for weight-loss patients. Attendees will receive a $100 off certificate for Botox, fillers and facial laser treatments.

    The department also plans to make a donation to The Pink Runway 2012 campaign, an annual breast cancer reconstruction fashion show fundraiser.

    Reservations: 951-686-2224 or info@lluplasticsurgery.com

    www.pe.com/local-news/riverside-county/riverside/riverside-headlines-index/20111203-riverside-plastic-surgery-open-house-on-dec.-8.ece         

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  • Smooth, Pretty, Young Looking Skin Treatment Available – Dermapen™ on Philadelphia’s CBS 3

    By Stephanie Stahl

    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Smooth, pretty, young looking skin, every woman wants it. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl shows you the newest technology to help get it.

    Donna Diseroad has been struggling with her skin for years, acne scars. And now that she’s 45, some wrinkles around her eyes. But she says her complexion is smoother now, after a treatment with the Dermapen.

    “I only had one treatment so far, and I really feel like it really has helped,” said Donna.

    Dermapen works with 11 tiny, vibrating needles that penetrate the skin. But patients say it doesn’t hurt. A numbing cream is used before the treatment.

    “You don’t feel like it’s a bunch of needles going in your skin at all,” said Donna.

    “It plumps up the skin from the inside out,” said Linda Tagliamonte, an Aesthetician at the Center for Women’s Health in Langhorne. She says Dermapen works by slightly injuring the skin.

    “Our skin has to produce collagen in order to heal. We do this at the cellular level. And we’re in return building up collagen to plump and smooth the skin,” said Tagliamonte.

    She says before and after photos from Dermapen show how it can improve stretch marks, acne scars and wrinkles.

    “After one treatment, I did notice a difference in some of the fading of the lip lines in the lip,” said Deb Jones, who works at the Women’s Center. She wanted to tighten the skin around her lips and eyes, but she was initially worried about the needles.

    “I have zero tolerance for pain. It’s the sensation of feeling maybe like something rubbing your skin,” said Deb.

    Tagliamonte says Dermapen produces results similar to laser resurfacing, but it’s quicker, easier and cheaper.

    “It really is a revolutionary new device, that is going to help so many people,” said Tagliamonte.

    View the video here!


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  • Stimulate Collagen with a Pen

    We go through quite a lot to get our skin to produce better-acting collagen, from topical products to lasers and every cream in-between. But a new device called Dermapen may make collagen stimulation easier than ever to achieve, says New York plastic surgeon, Sharon Giese, MD.

    "Needling the skin is a very old technology that goes back to ancient times," Dr. Giese says, in that inserting tiny needles into the skin will cause minuscule damage to it, in turn boosting collagen production that can smooth away wrinkles or scars.

    "What brings micro-needling into the 21st century is that with this device, the depth of penetration of the needles is adjustable. With a twist of the knob, you can lightly prick the top of the skin to help topical products seep in better... or go deeper with the needles to stimulate collagen."

    You may be familiar with dermal-rollers, which offer a similar type of collagen reaction, but the needles on the rollers are five times fatter and spaced 100 times further apart than those on Dermapen, Dr. Giese says. "Roller pens are so crude compared to this device, and they look medieval," she explains. "The advancement is in the finesse of [Dermapen]."

    Fraxel lasers produce a similar type of micro-penetration, however, the heat administered into the skin causes what Dr. Giese calls "collateral damage" to healthy tissue that she doesn't see with Dermapen.

    Plus, because it's so small (it looks like a marker or highlighter pen), Dr. Giese says getting into smaller contoured areas is easier than using a laser and definitely more efficient than a dermal-roller. Plus, "It goes faster, so it's less painful," she says.

    Depending on the type of treatment the patient gets, the recovery from a Dermapen session can range from zero to four days. Dr. Giese says the lighter treatment will show results right away with more radiant skin, while the deeper procedure will take three to six months to produce results. She anticipates those with acne scars, stretch marks, smoker's lines and other wrinkles will see significant improvement.

    Since many specialists like Dr. Giese have been using Dermapen for just a few weeks, we'll have to wait to see the final results. Stay tuned to New Beauty for the latest on this new technology.

    www.newbeauty.com/hottopic/blogpost/1369-stimulate-collagen-with-a-pen         

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  • Warto Weidzieć


    Przentujemy nowe produkty I urządzenia, które pojawiają się na polskim rynku dermatologii estetycznej I mogą znaleźć zastosowanie w naszej praktyce lekarskiej.

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  • Aesthetician Julie Lindh is one of NYC’s 1st First Skincare Specialists to Offer Dermapen™

    Skincare expert Julie Lindh has built her practice by continually introducing clients to forward-thinking skin treatments that provide optimal results at a value. This year, Lindh kicked off 2012 with the announcement of an addition to her menu of services: Dermapen.

    Introduced in November of 2011 by Equipmed, Dermapen is a highly effective skin therapy procedure that involves microscopic needling to treat skin conditions such as fine lines, wrinkles, stretch marks, acne scars and wound scars.

    With age, the production of cells, collagen and elastin naturally diminish, which can cause wrinkles, saggy skin and a hollowing effect. Through collagen induction therapy, the skin can be prompted to heal and repair itself. Dermapen is being used more and more as an alternative to traditional facelifts and other surgical procedures, as it helps to reduce signs of aging, like saggy tired skin and uneven skin tone.

    While Dermapen can be used to replace facial treatments like traditional plastic surgery and facelifts, it can also be used as a supplement to existing procedures in order to increase the effectiveness and absorption of products such anti-aging creams and serums. The benefits include skin tightening and lifting, improved appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, and stretch marks and minimized pore size. Overall, skin appears more refreshed, rejuvenated and replenished.

    Lindh jumped at the chance to partner with Equipmed and is among the first licensed to offer Dermapen therapy in NYC. The treatment is packaged as part of Lindh’s proprietary Skin Fitness program.

    About Julie Lindh

    World-renowned aesthetician Julie Lindh is a renowned skin care expert. With her uniquely innovative four-phase approach towards skin care, Julie helps patients achieve and maintain clear, glowing and radiant skin, making it easy to understand why some devotees call her “the healer”. Lindh’s skincare philosophy is based on a belief that treatment is unique to each skin profile. The services offered in her NYC and Sweden based offices are customized, and are provided only after Lindh completes a full skin analysis of each patient. She also travels the world to cater to clientele, including A-list celebrities, socialites and high-end day spas.

    www.prweb.com/releases/julielindh/skinfitness/prweb9113169.htm         

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  • Cosmetic Micro-Needling Skin Therapy for Atrophic Facial Scars: Derma Rolling vs Dermapen Clinical Study

    "Patients treated with the Dermapen unanimously felt that the procedure was much less painful than derma rolling and the downtime was significantly shorter with the Dermapen. Subjectively, patients treated with the Dermapen felt that their acne scarring had improved to a greater extent than patients with the derma rolling. Visioscan data showed significantly greater reduction of depth of scars using the Dermapen compared to derma rolling."

    Professor Tony Chu, FRCP, Dermatology Department, Imperial College, Hammersmith Hospital, London, UK



    Dermapen releases open clinical study of treatment of Atrophic Acne Scars Comparing Derma Rolling vs Dermapen and a 3D animation video showing the comparison between Derma Rolling and Dermapen Microneedling Device.

    Treatment OF ATROPHIC ACNE SCARRING – DERMA ROLLING VS DERMAPEN
    Professor Tony Chu, FRCP, Dermatology Department, Imperial College, Hammersmith Hospital, London, UK


    Background
    Percutaneous collagen induction has been used for some years in the treatment of atrophic acne scarring. It is most successful in rolling scars but will have some impact on box scarring. The most successful technique used to date is Derma rollering. This is a mechanical device which incorporates surgical steel micro-needles in a wheel which is rolled up and down the affected area. Needle length is generally 1.5mm and the skin is treated four times in three different directions. We have used this technique in our clinics for the last 4 years, treating over a 1000 patients. The results have been extremely good to date. The procedure is, however, painful and leaves the patient very red for 4 days after the procedure. The new Dermapen uses the same principal but rather than using a rolling action, the Dermapen moves the needles in and out at a rate of about 1000 times per second. This avoids the rolling injury to the skin that can occur with derma rolling.

    Method
    This was an open comparative study of derma rolling and Dermapen in 60 patients with atrophic acne scarring to compare ease of use, patient preference and efficiency. Patients were randomized to receive either derma rolling or Dermapen. All patients had had one previous treatment with derma rolling. All had predominantly rolling scars and none had active acne. Procedures were conducted by 3 dermatologists. Patients and dermatologists filled in a questionnaire about the ease of use and discomfort experience and length of down time. Depth of selected scars was measured using the Visioscan VC98 before and 3 months after treatment.

    Conclusion
    Treatment of acne scarring has been significantly advanced with the introduction of derma rolling. The new Dermapen, however, has a number of advantages. The disposable needle heads are more cost-effective than derma rolling. Patients felt that the Dermapen was much less painful and had shorter downtime than the derma rolling. Dermatologists felt it was easier to use and enabled sites such as the upper lip and nose to be treated with ease. The Dermapen also showed significantly superior reduction in scar depth after a single treatment with an average of 29% reduction with the derma roller compared to 42% average with the Dermapen.

    Professor Tony Chu, FRCP
    Department of Dermatology
    Imperial College
    Hammersmith Hospital
    DuCane Road
    London W12 0HS, UK         


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  • Cosmetic physicians report increase in scar-reduction treatments

    Facial scars can have a deep impact on a person’s self-esteem and be difficult to treat. Dermapen could be YOUR answer to traumatizing facial scars!

    To read more, please visit http://www.professionalbeauty.com.au/2013/02/27/cosmetic-physicians-report-increase-in-scar-reduction-treatments/


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  • Dermapen - Kuwait

     

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  • Dermapen - Poland


    Metoda mikronakłuwania powoduje minimalne uszkodzenia naskórka. Dzięki temu process gojenia następuje błyskawicznie.

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  • Dermapen Poland


    W walce o piekna I zdrowa skore specjalisci z Time Clinic polecaja metode frakcyjnego mikronakluwania.

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  • Dermapen™ Shortlisted for the MyFaceMyBody Awards

    We are very pleased to announce that the Dermapen™ has been short listed in the MyFaceMyBody awards.



    VOTING IS NOW OPEN!!

    Please take a moment and vote for the Dermapen as the Best Skin Tightening Treatment in the MyFaceMyBody Awards.

    You can vote for the Dermapen™ by visiting www.myfacemybody.com/awards_b/Vote/ - you don't need to vote for every category, so it won’t take long.

    Please also consider leaving a comment, and let people know how the Dermapen™ has worked for you! www.myfacemybody.com/award_entry/154-230/ - this also counts as a vote for Dermapen™.

    The Dermapen™ is an excellent new and innovative product that is taking the Aesthetics industry by storm and is to replace the traditional dermal rollering. The Dermapen™ is an electronically powered, multi needle device, which vertically pierces the skin at very high speeds.

    It works to enhance rejuvenation results, maintain epidermal integrity and reduce downtime. The automatic vibrating function of the Dermapen™ increases dermal needling speed, effectiveness & absorption of products, while reducing pain & discomfort. The Dermapen™ is as effective as Fraxel, IPL, Lasers & Chemical Peels and at a fraction of the cost. It is taking the aesthetics industry by storm and is to replace the traditional dermal rollering.

    The Dermapen™ is an electronically powered, multi needle device, which vertically pierces the skin at very high speeds. It works to enhance rejuvenation results, maintain epidermal integrity and reduce downtime. The automatic vibrating function of the Dermapen™ increases dermal needling speed, effectiveness & absorption of products, while reducing pain & discomfort.

    The Dermapen™ is as effective as Fraxel, IPL, Lasers & Chemical Peels and at a fraction of the cost.

    PLEASE DON’T DELAY! VOTE FOR US TODAY!


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  • Equipmed Australia is pleased to announce another international innovation with Dermapen™.

    Whilst the success of skin needling for the treatment of scar tissue and collagen induction is well documented, Dermapen™’s patented AOVN™ technology has been medically proven to normalise the melanogenesis process - in normal skin, there is neither too much, nor too little pigment.



    At the prestigious Anti-Aging Medicine Congress held early April in Monte Carlo, Dr Hasan El-Fakahany (Al-Minya / Cairo Faculty Of Medicine) and Andrew R. Christie (Dermapen™ Global Brand Ambassador and Director of Lipservice Consulting) made industry headlines with their ground-breaking presentation on Dermapen™ and the successful treatment of hypopigmented conditions - including acral vitiligo. Clinical Dermapen™ treatments in combination with specific drug and antioxidant therapy have demonstrated impressive results in the reversal of melanin depletion. The AMWC is the world’s first and largest medical congress devoted entirely to extrinsic and intrinsic anti-aging medicine.


    Unlike thermolytic technology (including laser and IPL) or traditional dermal rollers, Dermapen™ does not induct any heat with epidermal integrity remaining intact. This enables treatment on all Fitzpatrick skin types. Dermapen™ procedures directly target melanocytes (in addition to keratinocytes and fibroblasts) to produce a regenerative and healing cascade that simultaneously regulates and normalises abnormal facultative pigment and melanocyte depletion. 1300 micro channels are produced per second via the vertical insertion of an automated 12 needle cartridge. The specific depth of the needles may be customised for each patient ensuring targeted stratum basale precision.


    Andrew R. Christie will be presenting on acral vitiligo and Dr Hasan El-Fakahany’s studies at the upcoming Cosmetex conference on Queensland’s Gold Coast. Cosmetex is Asia Pacific’s largest and most significant meeting devoted to cosmetic medicine. As a follow up to the recent AMWC, this seminar will be an Australasian first to reveal Dermapen™’s role in solving acral vitiligo’s previously undefeated battle.



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  • Equipmed Releases Dermapen 3(TM): The Most Controllable, Robust, and Feature Rich Medical Needling Device Alternative to Fractional Lasers

    SYDNEY, March 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Equipmed, a leading international developer of innovative cosmetic equipment, has just launched a ground-up redesign of their famous Dermapen(TM), specifically to withstand the rigors of continuous daily use in a medical practice and provide medical practitioners with a viable alternative to fractional lasers. The Dermapen 3(TM) incorporates a series of new features that make it one of the most controllable and robust needling devices currently available.


    Photo - http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20140320/PH87390


    The Dermapen(TM) device series has proven to deliver the same type of results as a Fractional Laser without the pain, downtime, expense and unnecessary thermal damage. Dermapen 3(TM) is now the "Gold Standard" for treating difficult acne and surgical scars, even keloids.


    Doctors use the Dermapen 3(TM) to induce natural collagen production and treat pigmentation, all types of scars, reduce wrinkles, improve stretch marks, minimize pore size and generally prevent the appearance of aging.


    The device has a tremendously powerful motor and tough case. Its unique vertical needling technology, multi-speed motor and adjustable needle depths render it safer and more effective in piercing the skin than traditional skin needling rollers.


    New features include:


    • 1300 Micro Holes per second
    • 12 Fine s/s Hi Tensile Needles
    • Advanced needle Depth Control
    • Heavy-duty Cycle Motor
    • Adjustable Speed Control
    • Advanced Oscillating Vertical Needling (AOVN(TM))
    • Integrated cable design

    "We learned what the market was seeking through responses to our first two models and applied this knowledge in the development of our latest Dermapen(TM). Unlike many pens that are off the shelf rebadges of existing products, our Dermapen 3(TM) was designed from scratch in Australia and represents a complete new and professional-grade solution for the medical market," says Stene Marshall, CEO of Equipmed.


    The Dermapen 3(TM) can treat hard to reach places (around ear, nose, eyes and lips), penetrates scar tissue and yields a more comfortable procedure with faster healing times. It is an ideal improvement for any medical office seeking to offer patients fractional rejuvenation for a fraction of the cost.


    The Dermapen 3(TM) is being officially launched at the 2014 American Academy of Dermatology annual meeting.


    About Equipmed:


    Equipmed has been distributing and developing medical technology solutions since 1976 and has remained on the leading edge of laser innovation for the aesthetic industry. Equipmed provides a wide range of light-based and medical devices for aesthetic applications designed to meet the needs of today's practitioners. Equipmed's performance-oriented, cost-effective systems are used in thousands of clinics globally. Additionally Equipmed offers Dermapen(TM), ELux and many more medical solutions. www.equipmed.com


    View the Dermapen 3(TM) at the American Academy of Dermatology annual meeting in Denver, CO, March 21-25 2014: Booth 946


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  • Feature from Harpers Bazaar – New Wrinkle Eraser

    The latest youth enhancing procedure involves minimal pain and downtime but delivers big anti-aging results. View story directly on Harper's Bazaar here

    By Jessica Prince


    Doubly swaddled in a white robe and a plush blanket, New York handbag designer Brett Heyman lies back in the Manhattan office of plastic surgeon Jon Turk, peacefully awaiting a younger complexion. There's little need to be anxious because, unlike most visitors to Turk's renowned Fifth Avenue practice, the 32-year-old founder of Edie Parker is not here to go under the knife. In fact, Heyman has never had even a single Botox injection or filler. She is preparing for her second Dermapen treatment, the newest in-office procedure that promises to soften facial wrinkles, minimize pores, fade scars, and leave patients with brighter, tighter, and younger skin — all courtesy of 11 tiny needles. "In my opinion, anyone ages 35 to 60 should be getting these treatments," Turk says. "We are not looking at it as a separate procedure like laser but as something that should be incorporated into a person's skin care."

    The minimally invasive Dermapen treatment began popping up in doctors' offices nationwide early this year and is now being hailed as "the best recent innovation in skin rejuvenation," says Richard Anderson, a cosmetic surgeon in Salt Lake City. The electronically driven, pen-shaped device is an updated take on manual derma-rollers, a more painful and less precise way of puncturing tiny holes in the skin to stimulate healing below the surface, which in turn jump-starts collagen and elastin production. However, unlike derma-rollers, Dermapen is equipped with fine, vibrating needles that pierce the skin at a predetermined speed and depth, resulting in little damage to the epidermis. Downtime is minimal; patients can hide redness with mineral makeup and resume their normal activities immediately.

    But perhaps the most revolutionary aspect of Dermapen is its ability to act as a "dermal infusion device," says Turk, meaning that prior to treatment your practitioner can apply a blend of active ingredients onto your face (think vitamin C and hyaluronic acid), which are then driven deep below the skin's surface through channels created by the needles. Using Dermapen in conjunction with topical ingredients, Turk adds, allows them to be absorbed 100 to 1,000 times more effectively, which is a huge advantage when you're fighting the clock.

    The procedure itself is quick, lasting about 20 minutes, as the device is moved across the skin in six areas: the forehead, cheeks, nose, upper lip, chin, and neck. Though Heyman doesn't bleed during the procedure (some patients do), she clenches her fists when the needles reach her forehead and upper lip.

    Most Dermapen patients describe the treatment as feeling like pinpricks or, as Heyman puts it, "unpleasant but tolerable." For maximum results, doctors recommend three to four appointments spaced two to four weeks apart. (Cost per session ranges from $250 to $650.) Amalia Spinardi, owner of Jo de Mar beachwear (her customers include model Gisele Bündchen), travels all the way from her home in Brazil for Dermapen treatments in Turk's office. "I come to New York for business, but my Dermapen appointments are always the first thing I do," says Spinardi, 42. "When I turned 40, my skin started feeling saggy, and I wanted to get a lift without surgery or lasers," she says, adding, "I don't want a Botoxed face. I want to recognize myself." After two treatments, she reports "tighter, younger, and more glowy skin." Before trying Dermapen, Spinardi experimented with lasers but found them too painful to endure more than one session.

    Spinardi is not alone. Many Dermapen devotees, including Heyman, are former laser patients, and according to Turk, Dermapen can produce results similar to those of Fraxel lasers but without the prolonged redness and pain. "Fraxel laser is a state-of-the-art treatment, but it's difficult to use on dark-skinned patients, and the downtime is often greater than advertised," Turk explains. "So if you can find a device that can do everything that Fraxel can do, or close to it, and can take away some of the negatives, then you have a very appealing product."

    Not all doctors feel this way, however. Eric Bernstein, a dermatologic laser surgeon and founder of the Main Line Centre for Laser Surgery in Philadelphia, disagrees with this analysis. He claims that although Dermapen will cause a small healing response, "when you create holes in the skin with energy from a laser, more collagen will be stimulated. I don't think Dermapen accomplishes the same end results," Bernstein concludes.

    The folks at Dermapen acknowledge that they are not reinventing the wheel. "The technology is not groundbreaking," says Chad Milton, CEO and cofounder of the company. "We just innovated something that needed an update." Milton hints that he wants the next generation of the device to do exactly what doctors are hoping for: inject ingredients simultaneously during the needle use.

    In the end, "Dermapen is not going to put surgeons or lasers out of business. It's another weapon in our antiaging armamentarium," says Anderson. For Heyman, Dermapen yields results. "My skin is smoother, my pores look smaller, and I'm not as blotchy," she says. She happily gathers her things from Turk's office, applies some mineral powder, and is off to a meeting, certain that no one will know she's just come from a plastic surgeon's office.         


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  • Frakcyjne Mikronakłuwanie Skóry




    Mikronakłuwanie przeżywa obecnie swój renesans, główie dzięki wielu zastosowaniom terpeutucznym w medycynie estetycznej, jak rownież pojawiającym sie nowym metodom, które sprawiają, ze dziś ten zabieg jest znaczie bardziej komfortowy dla pacjenta niż dawniej.

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  • High Roller: Prof. Tony Chu’s Dermapen/Dermaroller Study


    Leading a team of dermatologists, Prof. Tony Chu conducted an open comparative study of Dermaroller and Dermapen in 60 patients with atrophic acne scarring to compare ease of use, patient preference and efficacy.

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  • Medcycyna estetyczna spełnia marzenia


    O młodej skórze bez zmarszczek, o udach bez rozstępów, o twarzy bez potrądzikowych blizn, o gęstszych włosach – każda kobieta o czymś marzy.

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  • Riverside: Plastic Surgery Open House on Dec. 8

    Dr. Subhas Gupta, chairman of the Loma Linda University Health Care Department of Plastic Surgery, gives a live demonstration of the latest in cosmetic surgery at a recent open house. The next open house is set for Dec. 8.

    A new technology for facial resurfacing will be unveiled to the public at an open house hosted by Loma Linda University Health Care plastic surgeons at their clinic in Riverside.

    The open house, set for Thursday, will feature a live demonstration of Dermapen, a newly-approved technology that will offer patients an “in-between” alternative between chemical peels and lasers.

    The event is from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Loma Linda University Health Care Department of Plastic Surgery Clinic, 3762 Tibbetts St. in Riverside.

    ”We are very excited to host a Holiday Open House, which is a wonderful opportunity for people in the region to be introduced to the latest technology and services available to help them look and feel better,” said Dr. Subhas Gupta, chairman of Loma Linda University Health Care Department of Plastic Surgery.

    “Our surgeons have become well known for employing the most advanced technology and techniques in plastic surgery, and we are glad to let the public get a better understanding of what we do,” he said.

    Gupta is scheduled to give a demonstration on Dermapen, as well as a “liquid face-lift” demonstration, which involves a combination treatment of fillers and Botox. Dr. Michael Hill will make a presentation on Advanced Body Contouring for those desiring “mommy makeovers” and for weight-loss patients. Attendees will receive a $100 off certificate for Botox, fillers and facial laser treatments.

    The department also plans to make a donation to The Pink Runway 2012 campaign, an annual breast cancer reconstruction fashion show fundraiser.

    Reservations: 951-686-2224 or info@lluplasticsurgery.com

    www.pe.com/local-news/riverside-county/riverside/riverside-headlines-index/20111203-riverside-plastic-surgery-open-house-on-dec.-8.ece         

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  • Smooth, Pretty, Young Looking Skin Treatment Available – Dermapen™ on Philadelphia’s CBS 3

    By Stephanie Stahl

    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Smooth, pretty, young looking skin, every woman wants it. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl shows you the newest technology to help get it.

    Donna Diseroad has been struggling with her skin for years, acne scars. And now that she’s 45, some wrinkles around her eyes. But she says her complexion is smoother now, after a treatment with the Dermapen.

    “I only had one treatment so far, and I really feel like it really has helped,” said Donna.

    Dermapen works with 11 tiny, vibrating needles that penetrate the skin. But patients say it doesn’t hurt. A numbing cream is used before the treatment.

    “You don’t feel like it’s a bunch of needles going in your skin at all,” said Donna.

    “It plumps up the skin from the inside out,” said Linda Tagliamonte, an Aesthetician at the Center for Women’s Health in Langhorne. She says Dermapen works by slightly injuring the skin.

    “Our skin has to produce collagen in order to heal. We do this at the cellular level. And we’re in return building up collagen to plump and smooth the skin,” said Tagliamonte.

    She says before and after photos from Dermapen show how it can improve stretch marks, acne scars and wrinkles.

    “After one treatment, I did notice a difference in some of the fading of the lip lines in the lip,” said Deb Jones, who works at the Women’s Center. She wanted to tighten the skin around her lips and eyes, but she was initially worried about the needles.

    “I have zero tolerance for pain. It’s the sensation of feeling maybe like something rubbing your skin,” said Deb.

    Tagliamonte says Dermapen produces results similar to laser resurfacing, but it’s quicker, easier and cheaper.

    “It really is a revolutionary new device, that is going to help so many people,” said Tagliamonte.

    View the video here!


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  • Stimulate Collagen with a Pen

    We go through quite a lot to get our skin to produce better-acting collagen, from topical products to lasers and every cream in-between. But a new device called Dermapen may make collagen stimulation easier than ever to achieve, says New York plastic surgeon, Sharon Giese, MD.

    "Needling the skin is a very old technology that goes back to ancient times," Dr. Giese says, in that inserting tiny needles into the skin will cause minuscule damage to it, in turn boosting collagen production that can smooth away wrinkles or scars.

    "What brings micro-needling into the 21st century is that with this device, the depth of penetration of the needles is adjustable. With a twist of the knob, you can lightly prick the top of the skin to help topical products seep in better... or go deeper with the needles to stimulate collagen."

    You may be familiar with dermal-rollers, which offer a similar type of collagen reaction, but the needles on the rollers are five times fatter and spaced 100 times further apart than those on Dermapen, Dr. Giese says. "Roller pens are so crude compared to this device, and they look medieval," she explains. "The advancement is in the finesse of [Dermapen]."

    Fraxel lasers produce a similar type of micro-penetration, however, the heat administered into the skin causes what Dr. Giese calls "collateral damage" to healthy tissue that she doesn't see with Dermapen.

    Plus, because it's so small (it looks like a marker or highlighter pen), Dr. Giese says getting into smaller contoured areas is easier than using a laser and definitely more efficient than a dermal-roller. Plus, "It goes faster, so it's less painful," she says.

    Depending on the type of treatment the patient gets, the recovery from a Dermapen session can range from zero to four days. Dr. Giese says the lighter treatment will show results right away with more radiant skin, while the deeper procedure will take three to six months to produce results. She anticipates those with acne scars, stretch marks, smoker's lines and other wrinkles will see significant improvement.

    Since many specialists like Dr. Giese have been using Dermapen for just a few weeks, we'll have to wait to see the final results. Stay tuned to New Beauty for the latest on this new technology.

    www.newbeauty.com/hottopic/blogpost/1369-stimulate-collagen-with-a-pen         

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  • Warto Weidzieć


    Przentujemy nowe produkty I urządzenia, które pojawiają się na polskim rynku dermatologii estetycznej I mogą znaleźć zastosowanie w naszej praktyce lekarskiej.

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  • Aesthetician Julie Lindh is one of NYC’s 1st First Skincare Specialists to Offer Dermapen™

    Skincare expert Julie Lindh has built her practice by continually introducing clients to forward-thinking skin treatments that provide optimal results at a value. This year, Lindh kicked off 2012 with the announcement of an addition to her menu of services: Dermapen.

    Introduced in November of 2011 by Equipmed, Dermapen is a highly effective skin therapy procedure that involves microscopic needling to treat skin conditions such as fine lines, wrinkles, stretch marks, acne scars and wound scars.

    With age, the production of cells, collagen and elastin naturally diminish, which can cause wrinkles, saggy skin and a hollowing effect. Through collagen induction therapy, the skin can be prompted to heal and repair itself. Dermapen is being used more and more as an alternative to traditional facelifts and other surgical procedures, as it helps to reduce signs of aging, like saggy tired skin and uneven skin tone.

    While Dermapen can be used to replace facial treatments like traditional plastic surgery and facelifts, it can also be used as a supplement to existing procedures in order to increase the effectiveness and absorption of products such anti-aging creams and serums. The benefits include skin tightening and lifting, improved appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, and stretch marks and minimized pore size. Overall, skin appears more refreshed, rejuvenated and replenished.

    Lindh jumped at the chance to partner with Equipmed and is among the first licensed to offer Dermapen therapy in NYC. The treatment is packaged as part of Lindh’s proprietary Skin Fitness program.

    About Julie Lindh

    World-renowned aesthetician Julie Lindh is a renowned skin care expert. With her uniquely innovative four-phase approach towards skin care, Julie helps patients achieve and maintain clear, glowing and radiant skin, making it easy to understand why some devotees call her “the healer”. Lindh’s skincare philosophy is based on a belief that treatment is unique to each skin profile. The services offered in her NYC and Sweden based offices are customized, and are provided only after Lindh completes a full skin analysis of each patient. She also travels the world to cater to clientele, including A-list celebrities, socialites and high-end day spas.

    www.prweb.com/releases/julielindh/skinfitness/prweb9113169.htm         

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  • Cosmetic Micro-Needling Skin Therapy for Atrophic Facial Scars: Derma Rolling vs Dermapen Clinical Study

    "Patients treated with the Dermapen unanimously felt that the procedure was much less painful than derma rolling and the downtime was significantly shorter with the Dermapen. Subjectively, patients treated with the Dermapen felt that their acne scarring had improved to a greater extent than patients with the derma rolling. Visioscan data showed significantly greater reduction of depth of scars using the Dermapen compared to derma rolling."

    Professor Tony Chu, FRCP, Dermatology Department, Imperial College, Hammersmith Hospital, London, UK



    Dermapen releases open clinical study of treatment of Atrophic Acne Scars Comparing Derma Rolling vs Dermapen and a 3D animation video showing the comparison between Derma Rolling and Dermapen Microneedling Device.

    Treatment OF ATROPHIC ACNE SCARRING – DERMA ROLLING VS DERMAPEN
    Professor Tony Chu, FRCP, Dermatology Department, Imperial College, Hammersmith Hospital, London, UK


    Background
    Percutaneous collagen induction has been used for some years in the treatment of atrophic acne scarring. It is most successful in rolling scars but will have some impact on box scarring. The most successful technique used to date is Derma rollering. This is a mechanical device which incorporates surgical steel micro-needles in a wheel which is rolled up and down the affected area. Needle length is generally 1.5mm and the skin is treated four times in three different directions. We have used this technique in our clinics for the last 4 years, treating over a 1000 patients. The results have been extremely good to date. The procedure is, however, painful and leaves the patient very red for 4 days after the procedure. The new Dermapen uses the same principal but rather than using a rolling action, the Dermapen moves the needles in and out at a rate of about 1000 times per second. This avoids the rolling injury to the skin that can occur with derma rolling.

    Method
    This was an open comparative study of derma rolling and Dermapen in 60 patients with atrophic acne scarring to compare ease of use, patient preference and efficiency. Patients were randomized to receive either derma rolling or Dermapen. All patients had had one previous treatment with derma rolling. All had predominantly rolling scars and none had active acne. Procedures were conducted by 3 dermatologists. Patients and dermatologists filled in a questionnaire about the ease of use and discomfort experience and length of down time. Depth of selected scars was measured using the Visioscan VC98 before and 3 months after treatment.

    Conclusion
    Treatment of acne scarring has been significantly advanced with the introduction of derma rolling. The new Dermapen, however, has a number of advantages. The disposable needle heads are more cost-effective than derma rolling. Patients felt that the Dermapen was much less painful and had shorter downtime than the derma rolling. Dermatologists felt it was easier to use and enabled sites such as the upper lip and nose to be treated with ease. The Dermapen also showed significantly superior reduction in scar depth after a single treatment with an average of 29% reduction with the derma roller compared to 42% average with the Dermapen.

    Professor Tony Chu, FRCP
    Department of Dermatology
    Imperial College
    Hammersmith Hospital
    DuCane Road
    London W12 0HS, UK         


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  • Cosmetic physicians report increase in scar-reduction treatments

    Facial scars can have a deep impact on a person’s self-esteem and be difficult to treat. Dermapen could be YOUR answer to traumatizing facial scars!

    To read more, please visit http://www.professionalbeauty.com.au/2013/02/27/cosmetic-physicians-report-increase-in-scar-reduction-treatments/


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  • Dermapen - Poland


    Metoda mikronakłuwania powoduje minimalne uszkodzenia naskórka. Dzięki temu process gojenia następuje błyskawicznie.

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    W walce o piekna I zdrowa skore specjalisci z Time Clinic polecaja metode frakcyjnego mikronakluwania.

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  • Dermapen™ Shortlisted for the MyFaceMyBody Awards

    We are very pleased to announce that the Dermapen™ has been short listed in the MyFaceMyBody awards.



    VOTING IS NOW OPEN!!

    Please take a moment and vote for the Dermapen as the Best Skin Tightening Treatment in the MyFaceMyBody Awards.

    You can vote for the Dermapen™ by visiting www.myfacemybody.com/awards_b/Vote/ - you don't need to vote for every category, so it won’t take long.

    Please also consider leaving a comment, and let people know how the Dermapen™ has worked for you! www.myfacemybody.com/award_entry/154-230/ - this also counts as a vote for Dermapen™.

    The Dermapen™ is an excellent new and innovative product that is taking the Aesthetics industry by storm and is to replace the traditional dermal rollering. The Dermapen™ is an electronically powered, multi needle device, which vertically pierces the skin at very high speeds.

    It works to enhance rejuvenation results, maintain epidermal integrity and reduce downtime. The automatic vibrating function of the Dermapen™ increases dermal needling speed, effectiveness & absorption of products, while reducing pain & discomfort. The Dermapen™ is as effective as Fraxel, IPL, Lasers & Chemical Peels and at a fraction of the cost. It is taking the aesthetics industry by storm and is to replace the traditional dermal rollering.

    The Dermapen™ is an electronically powered, multi needle device, which vertically pierces the skin at very high speeds. It works to enhance rejuvenation results, maintain epidermal integrity and reduce downtime. The automatic vibrating function of the Dermapen™ increases dermal needling speed, effectiveness & absorption of products, while reducing pain & discomfort.

    The Dermapen™ is as effective as Fraxel, IPL, Lasers & Chemical Peels and at a fraction of the cost.

    PLEASE DON’T DELAY! VOTE FOR US TODAY!


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  • Equipmed Australia is pleased to announce another international innovation with Dermapen™.

    Whilst the success of skin needling for the treatment of scar tissue and collagen induction is well documented, Dermapen™’s patented AOVN™ technology has been medically proven to normalise the melanogenesis process - in normal skin, there is neither too much, nor too little pigment.



    At the prestigious Anti-Aging Medicine Congress held early April in Monte Carlo, Dr Hasan El-Fakahany (Al-Minya / Cairo Faculty Of Medicine) and Andrew R. Christie (Dermapen™ Global Brand Ambassador and Director of Lipservice Consulting) made industry headlines with their ground-breaking presentation on Dermapen™ and the successful treatment of hypopigmented conditions - including acral vitiligo. Clinical Dermapen™ treatments in combination with specific drug and antioxidant therapy have demonstrated impressive results in the reversal of melanin depletion. The AMWC is the world’s first and largest medical congress devoted entirely to extrinsic and intrinsic anti-aging medicine.


    Unlike thermolytic technology (including laser and IPL) or traditional dermal rollers, Dermapen™ does not induct any heat with epidermal integrity remaining intact. This enables treatment on all Fitzpatrick skin types. Dermapen™ procedures directly target melanocytes (in addition to keratinocytes and fibroblasts) to produce a regenerative and healing cascade that simultaneously regulates and normalises abnormal facultative pigment and melanocyte depletion. 1300 micro channels are produced per second via the vertical insertion of an automated 12 needle cartridge. The specific depth of the needles may be customised for each patient ensuring targeted stratum basale precision.


    Andrew R. Christie will be presenting on acral vitiligo and Dr Hasan El-Fakahany’s studies at the upcoming Cosmetex conference on Queensland’s Gold Coast. Cosmetex is Asia Pacific’s largest and most significant meeting devoted to cosmetic medicine. As a follow up to the recent AMWC, this seminar will be an Australasian first to reveal Dermapen™’s role in solving acral vitiligo’s previously undefeated battle.



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  • Equipmed Releases Dermapen 3(TM): The Most Controllable, Robust, and Feature Rich Medical Needling Device Alternative to Fractional Lasers

    SYDNEY, March 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Equipmed, a leading international developer of innovative cosmetic equipment, has just launched a ground-up redesign of their famous Dermapen(TM), specifically to withstand the rigors of continuous daily use in a medical practice and provide medical practitioners with a viable alternative to fractional lasers. The Dermapen 3(TM) incorporates a series of new features that make it one of the most controllable and robust needling devices currently available.


    Photo - http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20140320/PH87390


    The Dermapen(TM) device series has proven to deliver the same type of results as a Fractional Laser without the pain, downtime, expense and unnecessary thermal damage. Dermapen 3(TM) is now the "Gold Standard" for treating difficult acne and surgical scars, even keloids.


    Doctors use the Dermapen 3(TM) to induce natural collagen production and treat pigmentation, all types of scars, reduce wrinkles, improve stretch marks, minimize pore size and generally prevent the appearance of aging.


    The device has a tremendously powerful motor and tough case. Its unique vertical needling technology, multi-speed motor and adjustable needle depths render it safer and more effective in piercing the skin than traditional skin needling rollers.


    New features include:


    • 1300 Micro Holes per second
    • 12 Fine s/s Hi Tensile Needles
    • Advanced needle Depth Control
    • Heavy-duty Cycle Motor
    • Adjustable Speed Control
    • Advanced Oscillating Vertical Needling (AOVN(TM))
    • Integrated cable design

    "We learned what the market was seeking through responses to our first two models and applied this knowledge in the development of our latest Dermapen(TM). Unlike many pens that are off the shelf rebadges of existing products, our Dermapen 3(TM) was designed from scratch in Australia and represents a complete new and professional-grade solution for the medical market," says Stene Marshall, CEO of Equipmed.


    The Dermapen 3(TM) can treat hard to reach places (around ear, nose, eyes and lips), penetrates scar tissue and yields a more comfortable procedure with faster healing times. It is an ideal improvement for any medical office seeking to offer patients fractional rejuvenation for a fraction of the cost.


    The Dermapen 3(TM) is being officially launched at the 2014 American Academy of Dermatology annual meeting.


    About Equipmed:


    Equipmed has been distributing and developing medical technology solutions since 1976 and has remained on the leading edge of laser innovation for the aesthetic industry. Equipmed provides a wide range of light-based and medical devices for aesthetic applications designed to meet the needs of today's practitioners. Equipmed's performance-oriented, cost-effective systems are used in thousands of clinics globally. Additionally Equipmed offers Dermapen(TM), ELux and many more medical solutions. www.equipmed.com


    View the Dermapen 3(TM) at the American Academy of Dermatology annual meeting in Denver, CO, March 21-25 2014: Booth 946


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  • Feature from Harpers Bazaar – New Wrinkle Eraser

    The latest youth enhancing procedure involves minimal pain and downtime but delivers big anti-aging results. View story directly on Harper's Bazaar here

    By Jessica Prince


    Doubly swaddled in a white robe and a plush blanket, New York handbag designer Brett Heyman lies back in the Manhattan office of plastic surgeon Jon Turk, peacefully awaiting a younger complexion. There's little need to be anxious because, unlike most visitors to Turk's renowned Fifth Avenue practice, the 32-year-old founder of Edie Parker is not here to go under the knife. In fact, Heyman has never had even a single Botox injection or filler. She is preparing for her second Dermapen treatment, the newest in-office procedure that promises to soften facial wrinkles, minimize pores, fade scars, and leave patients with brighter, tighter, and younger skin — all courtesy of 11 tiny needles. "In my opinion, anyone ages 35 to 60 should be getting these treatments," Turk says. "We are not looking at it as a separate procedure like laser but as something that should be incorporated into a person's skin care."

    The minimally invasive Dermapen treatment began popping up in doctors' offices nationwide early this year and is now being hailed as "the best recent innovation in skin rejuvenation," says Richard Anderson, a cosmetic surgeon in Salt Lake City. The electronically driven, pen-shaped device is an updated take on manual derma-rollers, a more painful and less precise way of puncturing tiny holes in the skin to stimulate healing below the surface, which in turn jump-starts collagen and elastin production. However, unlike derma-rollers, Dermapen is equipped with fine, vibrating needles that pierce the skin at a predetermined speed and depth, resulting in little damage to the epidermis. Downtime is minimal; patients can hide redness with mineral makeup and resume their normal activities immediately.

    But perhaps the most revolutionary aspect of Dermapen is its ability to act as a "dermal infusion device," says Turk, meaning that prior to treatment your practitioner can apply a blend of active ingredients onto your face (think vitamin C and hyaluronic acid), which are then driven deep below the skin's surface through channels created by the needles. Using Dermapen in conjunction with topical ingredients, Turk adds, allows them to be absorbed 100 to 1,000 times more effectively, which is a huge advantage when you're fighting the clock.

    The procedure itself is quick, lasting about 20 minutes, as the device is moved across the skin in six areas: the forehead, cheeks, nose, upper lip, chin, and neck. Though Heyman doesn't bleed during the procedure (some patients do), she clenches her fists when the needles reach her forehead and upper lip.

    Most Dermapen patients describe the treatment as feeling like pinpricks or, as Heyman puts it, "unpleasant but tolerable." For maximum results, doctors recommend three to four appointments spaced two to four weeks apart. (Cost per session ranges from $250 to $650.) Amalia Spinardi, owner of Jo de Mar beachwear (her customers include model Gisele Bündchen), travels all the way from her home in Brazil for Dermapen treatments in Turk's office. "I come to New York for business, but my Dermapen appointments are always the first thing I do," says Spinardi, 42. "When I turned 40, my skin started feeling saggy, and I wanted to get a lift without surgery or lasers," she says, adding, "I don't want a Botoxed face. I want to recognize myself." After two treatments, she reports "tighter, younger, and more glowy skin." Before trying Dermapen, Spinardi experimented with lasers but found them too painful to endure more than one session.

    Spinardi is not alone. Many Dermapen devotees, including Heyman, are former laser patients, and according to Turk, Dermapen can produce results similar to those of Fraxel lasers but without the prolonged redness and pain. "Fraxel laser is a state-of-the-art treatment, but it's difficult to use on dark-skinned patients, and the downtime is often greater than advertised," Turk explains. "So if you can find a device that can do everything that Fraxel can do, or close to it, and can take away some of the negatives, then you have a very appealing product."

    Not all doctors feel this way, however. Eric Bernstein, a dermatologic laser surgeon and founder of the Main Line Centre for Laser Surgery in Philadelphia, disagrees with this analysis. He claims that although Dermapen will cause a small healing response, "when you create holes in the skin with energy from a laser, more collagen will be stimulated. I don't think Dermapen accomplishes the same end results," Bernstein concludes.

    The folks at Dermapen acknowledge that they are not reinventing the wheel. "The technology is not groundbreaking," says Chad Milton, CEO and cofounder of the company. "We just innovated something that needed an update." Milton hints that he wants the next generation of the device to do exactly what doctors are hoping for: inject ingredients simultaneously during the needle use.

    In the end, "Dermapen is not going to put surgeons or lasers out of business. It's another weapon in our antiaging armamentarium," says Anderson. For Heyman, Dermapen yields results. "My skin is smoother, my pores look smaller, and I'm not as blotchy," she says. She happily gathers her things from Turk's office, applies some mineral powder, and is off to a meeting, certain that no one will know she's just come from a plastic surgeon's office.         


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  • Frakcyjne Mikronakłuwanie Skóry




    Mikronakłuwanie przeżywa obecnie swój renesans, główie dzięki wielu zastosowaniom terpeutucznym w medycynie estetycznej, jak rownież pojawiającym sie nowym metodom, które sprawiają, ze dziś ten zabieg jest znaczie bardziej komfortowy dla pacjenta niż dawniej.

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  • High Roller: Prof. Tony Chu’s Dermapen/Dermaroller Study


    Leading a team of dermatologists, Prof. Tony Chu conducted an open comparative study of Dermaroller and Dermapen in 60 patients with atrophic acne scarring to compare ease of use, patient preference and efficacy.

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  • Medcycyna estetyczna spełnia marzenia


    O młodej skórze bez zmarszczek, o udach bez rozstępów, o twarzy bez potrądzikowych blizn, o gęstszych włosach – każda kobieta o czymś marzy.

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  • Riverside: Plastic Surgery Open House on Dec. 8

    Dr. Subhas Gupta, chairman of the Loma Linda University Health Care Department of Plastic Surgery, gives a live demonstration of the latest in cosmetic surgery at a recent open house. The next open house is set for Dec. 8.

    A new technology for facial resurfacing will be unveiled to the public at an open house hosted by Loma Linda University Health Care plastic surgeons at their clinic in Riverside.

    The open house, set for Thursday, will feature a live demonstration of Dermapen, a newly-approved technology that will offer patients an “in-between” alternative between chemical peels and lasers.

    The event is from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Loma Linda University Health Care Department of Plastic Surgery Clinic, 3762 Tibbetts St. in Riverside.

    ”We are very excited to host a Holiday Open House, which is a wonderful opportunity for people in the region to be introduced to the latest technology and services available to help them look and feel better,” said Dr. Subhas Gupta, chairman of Loma Linda University Health Care Department of Plastic Surgery.

    “Our surgeons have become well known for employing the most advanced technology and techniques in plastic surgery, and we are glad to let the public get a better understanding of what we do,” he said.

    Gupta is scheduled to give a demonstration on Dermapen, as well as a “liquid face-lift” demonstration, which involves a combination treatment of fillers and Botox. Dr. Michael Hill will make a presentation on Advanced Body Contouring for those desiring “mommy makeovers” and for weight-loss patients. Attendees will receive a $100 off certificate for Botox, fillers and facial laser treatments.

    The department also plans to make a donation to The Pink Runway 2012 campaign, an annual breast cancer reconstruction fashion show fundraiser.

    Reservations: 951-686-2224 or info@lluplasticsurgery.com

    www.pe.com/local-news/riverside-county/riverside/riverside-headlines-index/20111203-riverside-plastic-surgery-open-house-on-dec.-8.ece         

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  • Smooth, Pretty, Young Looking Skin Treatment Available – Dermapen™ on Philadelphia’s CBS 3

    By Stephanie Stahl

    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Smooth, pretty, young looking skin, every woman wants it. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl shows you the newest technology to help get it.

    Donna Diseroad has been struggling with her skin for years, acne scars. And now that she’s 45, some wrinkles around her eyes. But she says her complexion is smoother now, after a treatment with the Dermapen.

    “I only had one treatment so far, and I really feel like it really has helped,” said Donna.

    Dermapen works with 11 tiny, vibrating needles that penetrate the skin. But patients say it doesn’t hurt. A numbing cream is used before the treatment.

    “You don’t feel like it’s a bunch of needles going in your skin at all,” said Donna.

    “It plumps up the skin from the inside out,” said Linda Tagliamonte, an Aesthetician at the Center for Women’s Health in Langhorne. She says Dermapen works by slightly injuring the skin.

    “Our skin has to produce collagen in order to heal. We do this at the cellular level. And we’re in return building up collagen to plump and smooth the skin,” said Tagliamonte.

    She says before and after photos from Dermapen show how it can improve stretch marks, acne scars and wrinkles.

    “After one treatment, I did notice a difference in some of the fading of the lip lines in the lip,” said Deb Jones, who works at the Women’s Center. She wanted to tighten the skin around her lips and eyes, but she was initially worried about the needles.

    “I have zero tolerance for pain. It’s the sensation of feeling maybe like something rubbing your skin,” said Deb.

    Tagliamonte says Dermapen produces results similar to laser resurfacing, but it’s quicker, easier and cheaper.

    “It really is a revolutionary new device, that is going to help so many people,” said Tagliamonte.

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  • Stimulate Collagen with a Pen

    We go through quite a lot to get our skin to produce better-acting collagen, from topical products to lasers and every cream in-between. But a new device called Dermapen may make collagen stimulation easier than ever to achieve, says New York plastic surgeon, Sharon Giese, MD.

    "Needling the skin is a very old technology that goes back to ancient times," Dr. Giese says, in that inserting tiny needles into the skin will cause minuscule damage to it, in turn boosting collagen production that can smooth away wrinkles or scars.

    "What brings micro-needling into the 21st century is that with this device, the depth of penetration of the needles is adjustable. With a twist of the knob, you can lightly prick the top of the skin to help topical products seep in better... or go deeper with the needles to stimulate collagen."

    You may be familiar with dermal-rollers, which offer a similar type of collagen reaction, but the needles on the rollers are five times fatter and spaced 100 times further apart than those on Dermapen, Dr. Giese says. "Roller pens are so crude compared to this device, and they look medieval," she explains. "The advancement is in the finesse of [Dermapen]."

    Fraxel lasers produce a similar type of micro-penetration, however, the heat administered into the skin causes what Dr. Giese calls "collateral damage" to healthy tissue that she doesn't see with Dermapen.

    Plus, because it's so small (it looks like a marker or highlighter pen), Dr. Giese says getting into smaller contoured areas is easier than using a laser and definitely more efficient than a dermal-roller. Plus, "It goes faster, so it's less painful," she says.

    Depending on the type of treatment the patient gets, the recovery from a Dermapen session can range from zero to four days. Dr. Giese says the lighter treatment will show results right away with more radiant skin, while the deeper procedure will take three to six months to produce results. She anticipates those with acne scars, stretch marks, smoker's lines and other wrinkles will see significant improvement.

    Since many specialists like Dr. Giese have been using Dermapen for just a few weeks, we'll have to wait to see the final results. Stay tuned to New Beauty for the latest on this new technology.

    www.newbeauty.com/hottopic/blogpost/1369-stimulate-collagen-with-a-pen         

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  • Warto Weidzieć


    Przentujemy nowe produkty I urządzenia, które pojawiają się na polskim rynku dermatologii estetycznej I mogą znaleźć zastosowanie w naszej praktyce lekarskiej.

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  • Aesthetician Julie Lindh is one of NYC’s 1st First Skincare Specialists to Offer Dermapen™

    Skincare expert Julie Lindh has built her practice by continually introducing clients to forward-thinking skin treatments that provide optimal results at a value. This year, Lindh kicked off 2012 with the announcement of an addition to her menu of services: Dermapen.

    Introduced in November of 2011 by Equipmed, Dermapen is a highly effective skin therapy procedure that involves microscopic needling to treat skin conditions such as fine lines, wrinkles, stretch marks, acne scars and wound scars.

    With age, the production of cells, collagen and elastin naturally diminish, which can cause wrinkles, saggy skin and a hollowing effect. Through collagen induction therapy, the skin can be prompted to heal and repair itself. Dermapen is being used more and more as an alternative to traditional facelifts and other surgical procedures, as it helps to reduce signs of aging, like saggy tired skin and uneven skin tone.

    While Dermapen can be used to replace facial treatments like traditional plastic surgery and facelifts, it can also be used as a supplement to existing procedures in order to increase the effectiveness and absorption of products such anti-aging creams and serums. The benefits include skin tightening and lifting, improved appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, and stretch marks and minimized pore size. Overall, skin appears more refreshed, rejuvenated and replenished.

    Lindh jumped at the chance to partner with Equipmed and is among the first licensed to offer Dermapen therapy in NYC. The treatment is packaged as part of Lindh’s proprietary Skin Fitness program.

    About Julie Lindh

    World-renowned aesthetician Julie Lindh is a renowned skin care expert. With her uniquely innovative four-phase approach towards skin care, Julie helps patients achieve and maintain clear, glowing and radiant skin, making it easy to understand why some devotees call her “the healer”. Lindh’s skincare philosophy is based on a belief that treatment is unique to each skin profile. The services offered in her NYC and Sweden based offices are customized, and are provided only after Lindh completes a full skin analysis of each patient. She also travels the world to cater to clientele, including A-list celebrities, socialites and high-end day spas.

    www.prweb.com/releases/julielindh/skinfitness/prweb9113169.htm         

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  • Cosmetic Micro-Needling Skin Therapy for Atrophic Facial Scars: Derma Rolling vs Dermapen Clinical Study

    "Patients treated with the Dermapen unanimously felt that the procedure was much less painful than derma rolling and the downtime was significantly shorter with the Dermapen. Subjectively, patients treated with the Dermapen felt that their acne scarring had improved to a greater extent than patients with the derma rolling. Visioscan data showed significantly greater reduction of depth of scars using the Dermapen compared to derma rolling."

    Professor Tony Chu, FRCP, Dermatology Department, Imperial College, Hammersmith Hospital, London, UK



    Dermapen releases open clinical study of treatment of Atrophic Acne Scars Comparing Derma Rolling vs Dermapen and a 3D animation video showing the comparison between Derma Rolling and Dermapen Microneedling Device.

    Treatment OF ATROPHIC ACNE SCARRING – DERMA ROLLING VS DERMAPEN
    Professor Tony Chu, FRCP, Dermatology Department, Imperial College, Hammersmith Hospital, London, UK


    Background
    Percutaneous collagen induction has been used for some years in the treatment of atrophic acne scarring. It is most successful in rolling scars but will have some impact on box scarring. The most successful technique used to date is Derma rollering. This is a mechanical device which incorporates surgical steel micro-needles in a wheel which is rolled up and down the affected area. Needle length is generally 1.5mm and the skin is treated four times in three different directions. We have used this technique in our clinics for the last 4 years, treating over a 1000 patients. The results have been extremely good to date. The procedure is, however, painful and leaves the patient very red for 4 days after the procedure. The new Dermapen uses the same principal but rather than using a rolling action, the Dermapen moves the needles in and out at a rate of about 1000 times per second. This avoids the rolling injury to the skin that can occur with derma rolling.

    Method
    This was an open comparative study of derma rolling and Dermapen in 60 patients with atrophic acne scarring to compare ease of use, patient preference and efficiency. Patients were randomized to receive either derma rolling or Dermapen. All patients had had one previous treatment with derma rolling. All had predominantly rolling scars and none had active acne. Procedures were conducted by 3 dermatologists. Patients and dermatologists filled in a questionnaire about the ease of use and discomfort experience and length of down time. Depth of selected scars was measured using the Visioscan VC98 before and 3 months after treatment.

    Conclusion
    Treatment of acne scarring has been significantly advanced with the introduction of derma rolling. The new Dermapen, however, has a number of advantages. The disposable needle heads are more cost-effective than derma rolling. Patients felt that the Dermapen was much less painful and had shorter downtime than the derma rolling. Dermatologists felt it was easier to use and enabled sites such as the upper lip and nose to be treated with ease. The Dermapen also showed significantly superior reduction in scar depth after a single treatment with an average of 29% reduction with the derma roller compared to 42% average with the Dermapen.

    Professor Tony Chu, FRCP
    Department of Dermatology
    Imperial College
    Hammersmith Hospital
    DuCane Road
    London W12 0HS, UK         


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  • Cosmetic physicians report increase in scar-reduction treatments

    Facial scars can have a deep impact on a person’s self-esteem and be difficult to treat. Dermapen could be YOUR answer to traumatizing facial scars!

    To read more, please visit http://www.professionalbeauty.com.au/2013/02/27/cosmetic-physicians-report-increase-in-scar-reduction-treatments/


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  • Dermapen - Poland


    Metoda mikronakłuwania powoduje minimalne uszkodzenia naskórka. Dzięki temu process gojenia następuje błyskawicznie.

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  • Dermapen Poland


    W walce o piekna I zdrowa skore specjalisci z Time Clinic polecaja metode frakcyjnego mikronakluwania.

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  • Dermapen™ Shortlisted for the MyFaceMyBody Awards

    We are very pleased to announce that the Dermapen™ has been short listed in the MyFaceMyBody awards.



    VOTING IS NOW OPEN!!

    Please take a moment and vote for the Dermapen as the Best Skin Tightening Treatment in the MyFaceMyBody Awards.

    You can vote for the Dermapen™ by visiting www.myfacemybody.com/awards_b/Vote/ - you don't need to vote for every category, so it won’t take long.

    Please also consider leaving a comment, and let people know how the Dermapen™ has worked for you! www.myfacemybody.com/award_entry/154-230/ - this also counts as a vote for Dermapen™.

    The Dermapen™ is an excellent new and innovative product that is taking the Aesthetics industry by storm and is to replace the traditional dermal rollering. The Dermapen™ is an electronically powered, multi needle device, which vertically pierces the skin at very high speeds.

    It works to enhance rejuvenation results, maintain epidermal integrity and reduce downtime. The automatic vibrating function of the Dermapen™ increases dermal needling speed, effectiveness & absorption of products, while reducing pain & discomfort. The Dermapen™ is as effective as Fraxel, IPL, Lasers & Chemical Peels and at a fraction of the cost. It is taking the aesthetics industry by storm and is to replace the traditional dermal rollering.

    The Dermapen™ is an electronically powered, multi needle device, which vertically pierces the skin at very high speeds. It works to enhance rejuvenation results, maintain epidermal integrity and reduce downtime. The automatic vibrating function of the Dermapen™ increases dermal needling speed, effectiveness & absorption of products, while reducing pain & discomfort.

    The Dermapen™ is as effective as Fraxel, IPL, Lasers & Chemical Peels and at a fraction of the cost.

    PLEASE DON’T DELAY! VOTE FOR US TODAY!


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  • Equipmed Australia is pleased to announce another international innovation with Dermapen™.

    Whilst the success of skin needling for the treatment of scar tissue and collagen induction is well documented, Dermapen™’s patented AOVN™ technology has been medically proven to normalise the melanogenesis process - in normal skin, there is neither too much, nor too little pigment.



    At the prestigious Anti-Aging Medicine Congress held early April in Monte Carlo, Dr Hasan El-Fakahany (Al-Minya / Cairo Faculty Of Medicine) and Andrew R. Christie (Dermapen™ Global Brand Ambassador and Director of Lipservice Consulting) made industry headlines with their ground-breaking presentation on Dermapen™ and the successful treatment of hypopigmented conditions - including acral vitiligo. Clinical Dermapen™ treatments in combination with specific drug and antioxidant therapy have demonstrated impressive results in the reversal of melanin depletion. The AMWC is the world’s first and largest medical congress devoted entirely to extrinsic and intrinsic anti-aging medicine.


    Unlike thermolytic technology (including laser and IPL) or traditional dermal rollers, Dermapen™ does not induct any heat with epidermal integrity remaining intact. This enables treatment on all Fitzpatrick skin types. Dermapen™ procedures directly target melanocytes (in addition to keratinocytes and fibroblasts) to produce a regenerative and healing cascade that simultaneously regulates and normalises abnormal facultative pigment and melanocyte depletion. 1300 micro channels are produced per second via the vertical insertion of an automated 12 needle cartridge. The specific depth of the needles may be customised for each patient ensuring targeted stratum basale precision.


    Andrew R. Christie will be presenting on acral vitiligo and Dr Hasan El-Fakahany’s studies at the upcoming Cosmetex conference on Queensland’s Gold Coast. Cosmetex is Asia Pacific’s largest and most significant meeting devoted to cosmetic medicine. As a follow up to the recent AMWC, this seminar will be an Australasian first to reveal Dermapen™’s role in solving acral vitiligo’s previously undefeated battle.



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  • Equipmed Releases Dermapen 3(TM): The Most Controllable, Robust, and Feature Rich Medical Needling Device Alternative to Fractional Lasers

    SYDNEY, March 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Equipmed, a leading international developer of innovative cosmetic equipment, has just launched a ground-up redesign of their famous Dermapen(TM), specifically to withstand the rigors of continuous daily use in a medical practice and provide medical practitioners with a viable alternative to fractional lasers. The Dermapen 3(TM) incorporates a series of new features that make it one of the most controllable and robust needling devices currently available.


    Photo - http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20140320/PH87390


    The Dermapen(TM) device series has proven to deliver the same type of results as a Fractional Laser without the pain, downtime, expense and unnecessary thermal damage. Dermapen 3(TM) is now the "Gold Standard" for treating difficult acne and surgical scars, even keloids.


    Doctors use the Dermapen 3(TM) to induce natural collagen production and treat pigmentation, all types of scars, reduce wrinkles, improve stretch marks, minimize pore size and generally prevent the appearance of aging.


    The device has a tremendously powerful motor and tough case. Its unique vertical needling technology, multi-speed motor and adjustable needle depths render it safer and more effective in piercing the skin than traditional skin needling rollers.


    New features include:


    • 1300 Micro Holes per second
    • 12 Fine s/s Hi Tensile Needles
    • Advanced needle Depth Control
    • Heavy-duty Cycle Motor
    • Adjustable Speed Control
    • Advanced Oscillating Vertical Needling (AOVN(TM))
    • Integrated cable design

    "We learned what the market was seeking through responses to our first two models and applied this knowledge in the development of our latest Dermapen(TM). Unlike many pens that are off the shelf rebadges of existing products, our Dermapen 3(TM) was designed from scratch in Australia and represents a complete new and professional-grade solution for the medical market," says Stene Marshall, CEO of Equipmed.


    The Dermapen 3(TM) can treat hard to reach places (around ear, nose, eyes and lips), penetrates scar tissue and yields a more comfortable procedure with faster healing times. It is an ideal improvement for any medical office seeking to offer patients fractional rejuvenation for a fraction of the cost.


    The Dermapen 3(TM) is being officially launched at the 2014 American Academy of Dermatology annual meeting.


    About Equipmed:


    Equipmed has been distributing and developing medical technology solutions since 1976 and has remained on the leading edge of laser innovation for the aesthetic industry. Equipmed provides a wide range of light-based and medical devices for aesthetic applications designed to meet the needs of today's practitioners. Equipmed's performance-oriented, cost-effective systems are used in thousands of clinics globally. Additionally Equipmed offers Dermapen(TM), ELux and many more medical solutions. www.equipmed.com


    View the Dermapen 3(TM) at the American Academy of Dermatology annual meeting in Denver, CO, March 21-25 2014: Booth 946


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  • Feature from Harpers Bazaar – New Wrinkle Eraser

    The latest youth enhancing procedure involves minimal pain and downtime but delivers big anti-aging results. View story directly on Harper's Bazaar here

    By Jessica Prince


    Doubly swaddled in a white robe and a plush blanket, New York handbag designer Brett Heyman lies back in the Manhattan office of plastic surgeon Jon Turk, peacefully awaiting a younger complexion. There's little need to be anxious because, unlike most visitors to Turk's renowned Fifth Avenue practice, the 32-year-old founder of Edie Parker is not here to go under the knife. In fact, Heyman has never had even a single Botox injection or filler. She is preparing for her second Dermapen treatment, the newest in-office procedure that promises to soften facial wrinkles, minimize pores, fade scars, and leave patients with brighter, tighter, and younger skin — all courtesy of 11 tiny needles. "In my opinion, anyone ages 35 to 60 should be getting these treatments," Turk says. "We are not looking at it as a separate procedure like laser but as something that should be incorporated into a person's skin care."

    The minimally invasive Dermapen treatment began popping up in doctors' offices nationwide early this year and is now being hailed as "the best recent innovation in skin rejuvenation," says Richard Anderson, a cosmetic surgeon in Salt Lake City. The electronically driven, pen-shaped device is an updated take on manual derma-rollers, a more painful and less precise way of puncturing tiny holes in the skin to stimulate healing below the surface, which in turn jump-starts collagen and elastin production. However, unlike derma-rollers, Dermapen is equipped with fine, vibrating needles that pierce the skin at a predetermined speed and depth, resulting in little damage to the epidermis. Downtime is minimal; patients can hide redness with mineral makeup and resume their normal activities immediately.

    But perhaps the most revolutionary aspect of Dermapen is its ability to act as a "dermal infusion device," says Turk, meaning that prior to treatment your practitioner can apply a blend of active ingredients onto your face (think vitamin C and hyaluronic acid), which are then driven deep below the skin's surface through channels created by the needles. Using Dermapen in conjunction with topical ingredients, Turk adds, allows them to be absorbed 100 to 1,000 times more effectively, which is a huge advantage when you're fighting the clock.

    The procedure itself is quick, lasting about 20 minutes, as the device is moved across the skin in six areas: the forehead, cheeks, nose, upper lip, chin, and neck. Though Heyman doesn't bleed during the procedure (some patients do), she clenches her fists when the needles reach her forehead and upper lip.

    Most Dermapen patients describe the treatment as feeling like pinpricks or, as Heyman puts it, "unpleasant but tolerable." For maximum results, doctors recommend three to four appointments spaced two to four weeks apart. (Cost per session ranges from $250 to $650.) Amalia Spinardi, owner of Jo de Mar beachwear (her customers include model Gisele Bündchen), travels all the way from her home in Brazil for Dermapen treatments in Turk's office. "I come to New York for business, but my Dermapen appointments are always the first thing I do," says Spinardi, 42. "When I turned 40, my skin started feeling saggy, and I wanted to get a lift without surgery or lasers," she says, adding, "I don't want a Botoxed face. I want to recognize myself." After two treatments, she reports "tighter, younger, and more glowy skin." Before trying Dermapen, Spinardi experimented with lasers but found them too painful to endure more than one session.

    Spinardi is not alone. Many Dermapen devotees, including Heyman, are former laser patients, and according to Turk, Dermapen can produce results similar to those of Fraxel lasers but without the prolonged redness and pain. "Fraxel laser is a state-of-the-art treatment, but it's difficult to use on dark-skinned patients, and the downtime is often greater than advertised," Turk explains. "So if you can find a device that can do everything that Fraxel can do, or close to it, and can take away some of the negatives, then you have a very appealing product."

    Not all doctors feel this way, however. Eric Bernstein, a dermatologic laser surgeon and founder of the Main Line Centre for Laser Surgery in Philadelphia, disagrees with this analysis. He claims that although Dermapen will cause a small healing response, "when you create holes in the skin with energy from a laser, more collagen will be stimulated. I don't think Dermapen accomplishes the same end results," Bernstein concludes.

    The folks at Dermapen acknowledge that they are not reinventing the wheel. "The technology is not groundbreaking," says Chad Milton, CEO and cofounder of the company. "We just innovated something that needed an update." Milton hints that he wants the next generation of the device to do exactly what doctors are hoping for: inject ingredients simultaneously during the needle use.

    In the end, "Dermapen is not going to put surgeons or lasers out of business. It's another weapon in our antiaging armamentarium," says Anderson. For Heyman, Dermapen yields results. "My skin is smoother, my pores look smaller, and I'm not as blotchy," she says. She happily gathers her things from Turk's office, applies some mineral powder, and is off to a meeting, certain that no one will know she's just come from a plastic surgeon's office.         


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  • Frakcyjne Mikronakłuwanie Skóry




    Mikronakłuwanie przeżywa obecnie swój renesans, główie dzięki wielu zastosowaniom terpeutucznym w medycynie estetycznej, jak rownież pojawiającym sie nowym metodom, które sprawiają, ze dziś ten zabieg jest znaczie bardziej komfortowy dla pacjenta niż dawniej.

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  • High Roller: Prof. Tony Chu’s Dermapen/Dermaroller Study


    Leading a team of dermatologists, Prof. Tony Chu conducted an open comparative study of Dermaroller and Dermapen in 60 patients with atrophic acne scarring to compare ease of use, patient preference and efficacy.

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  • Medcycyna estetyczna spełnia marzenia


    O młodej skórze bez zmarszczek, o udach bez rozstępów, o twarzy bez potrądzikowych blizn, o gęstszych włosach – każda kobieta o czymś marzy.

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  • Medycyna Urody


    Przetestowane Zabiegi.

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  • Riverside: Plastic Surgery Open House on Dec. 8

    Dr. Subhas Gupta, chairman of the Loma Linda University Health Care Department of Plastic Surgery, gives a live demonstration of the latest in cosmetic surgery at a recent open house. The next open house is set for Dec. 8.

    A new technology for facial resurfacing will be unveiled to the public at an open house hosted by Loma Linda University Health Care plastic surgeons at their clinic in Riverside.

    The open house, set for Thursday, will feature a live demonstration of Dermapen, a newly-approved technology that will offer patients an “in-between” alternative between chemical peels and lasers.

    The event is from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Loma Linda University Health Care Department of Plastic Surgery Clinic, 3762 Tibbetts St. in Riverside.

    ”We are very excited to host a Holiday Open House, which is a wonderful opportunity for people in the region to be introduced to the latest technology and services available to help them look and feel better,” said Dr. Subhas Gupta, chairman of Loma Linda University Health Care Department of Plastic Surgery.

    “Our surgeons have become well known for employing the most advanced technology and techniques in plastic surgery, and we are glad to let the public get a better understanding of what we do,” he said.

    Gupta is scheduled to give a demonstration on Dermapen, as well as a “liquid face-lift” demonstration, which involves a combination treatment of fillers and Botox. Dr. Michael Hill will make a presentation on Advanced Body Contouring for those desiring “mommy makeovers” and for weight-loss patients. Attendees will receive a $100 off certificate for Botox, fillers and facial laser treatments.

    The department also plans to make a donation to The Pink Runway 2012 campaign, an annual breast cancer reconstruction fashion show fundraiser.

    Reservations: 951-686-2224 or info@lluplasticsurgery.com

    www.pe.com/local-news/riverside-county/riverside/riverside-headlines-index/20111203-riverside-plastic-surgery-open-house-on-dec.-8.ece         

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  • Smooth, Pretty, Young Looking Skin Treatment Available – Dermapen™ on Philadelphia’s CBS 3

    By Stephanie Stahl

    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Smooth, pretty, young looking skin, every woman wants it. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl shows you the newest technology to help get it.

    Donna Diseroad has been struggling with her skin for years, acne scars. And now that she’s 45, some wrinkles around her eyes. But she says her complexion is smoother now, after a treatment with the Dermapen.

    “I only had one treatment so far, and I really feel like it really has helped,” said Donna.

    Dermapen works with 11 tiny, vibrating needles that penetrate the skin. But patients say it doesn’t hurt. A numbing cream is used before the treatment.

    “You don’t feel like it’s a bunch of needles going in your skin at all,” said Donna.

    “It plumps up the skin from the inside out,” said Linda Tagliamonte, an Aesthetician at the Center for Women’s Health in Langhorne. She says Dermapen works by slightly injuring the skin.

    “Our skin has to produce collagen in order to heal. We do this at the cellular level. And we’re in return building up collagen to plump and smooth the skin,” said Tagliamonte.

    She says before and after photos from Dermapen show how it can improve stretch marks, acne scars and wrinkles.

    “After one treatment, I did notice a difference in some of the fading of the lip lines in the lip,” said Deb Jones, who works at the Women’s Center. She wanted to tighten the skin around her lips and eyes, but she was initially worried about the needles.

    “I have zero tolerance for pain. It’s the sensation of feeling maybe like something rubbing your skin,” said Deb.

    Tagliamonte says Dermapen produces results similar to laser resurfacing, but it’s quicker, easier and cheaper.

    “It really is a revolutionary new device, that is going to help so many people,” said Tagliamonte.

    View the video here!


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  • Stimulate Collagen with a Pen

    We go through quite a lot to get our skin to produce better-acting collagen, from topical products to lasers and every cream in-between. But a new device called Dermapen may make collagen stimulation easier than ever to achieve, says New York plastic surgeon, Sharon Giese, MD.

    "Needling the skin is a very old technology that goes back to ancient times," Dr. Giese says, in that inserting tiny needles into the skin will cause minuscule damage to it, in turn boosting collagen production that can smooth away wrinkles or scars.

    "What brings micro-needling into the 21st century is that with this device, the depth of penetration of the needles is adjustable. With a twist of the knob, you can lightly prick the top of the skin to help topical products seep in better... or go deeper with the needles to stimulate collagen."

    You may be familiar with dermal-rollers, which offer a similar type of collagen reaction, but the needles on the rollers are five times fatter and spaced 100 times further apart than those on Dermapen, Dr. Giese says. "Roller pens are so crude compared to this device, and they look medieval," she explains. "The advancement is in the finesse of [Dermapen]."

    Fraxel lasers produce a similar type of micro-penetration, however, the heat administered into the skin causes what Dr. Giese calls "collateral damage" to healthy tissue that she doesn't see with Dermapen.

    Plus, because it's so small (it looks like a marker or highlighter pen), Dr. Giese says getting into smaller contoured areas is easier than using a laser and definitely more efficient than a dermal-roller. Plus, "It goes faster, so it's less painful," she says.

    Depending on the type of treatment the patient gets, the recovery from a Dermapen session can range from zero to four days. Dr. Giese says the lighter treatment will show results right away with more radiant skin, while the deeper procedure will take three to six months to produce results. She anticipates those with acne scars, stretch marks, smoker's lines and other wrinkles will see significant improvement.

    Since many specialists like Dr. Giese have been using Dermapen for just a few weeks, we'll have to wait to see the final results. Stay tuned to New Beauty for the latest on this new technology.

    www.newbeauty.com/hottopic/blogpost/1369-stimulate-collagen-with-a-pen         

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  • Warto Weidzieć


    Przentujemy nowe produkty I urządzenia, które pojawiają się na polskim rynku dermatologii estetycznej I mogą znaleźć zastosowanie w naszej praktyce lekarskiej.

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