If you want to improve the appearance of ageing or damaged skin, microneedling or collagen induction therapy is a breakthrough treatment that will help you achieve the blemish-free skin you’ve always wanted. If you’re a professional esthetician and still haven’t experienced its benefits first hand, you’re missing out on one of the best skin rejuvenation procedures you can offer your clients.
What is microneedling?
As the name implies, microneedling makes use of needles to create punctures on the superficial layer of skin which stimulates the production of collagen. The collagen then proceeds to fill up the tiny holes created by the microneedling device. After a few sessions of microneedling, you will notice a significant reduction in common skin imperfections such as scars, wrinkles, and fine lines.
Dermapen is the preferred device used by many dermatologists and skilled estheticians to treat a range of skin conditions. There are many reasons why Dermapen has soared in popularity in recent years. Skin needling can also be self-administered at home. While this may seem like a convenient option, many inferior at-home skin needling devices simply can’t beat the precision and results of microneedling provided by an Authorised Treatment Provider.
Why is microneedling at a clinic or with trained practitioners recommended?
Skin is a delicate organ, and any invasive treatment should always be left in the hands of professionals. There are many instances where inferior skin pens have done more harm than good to the skin.
If you don’t have the intensive dermatologic know-how, you could end up damaging your skin. The wrong choice of equipment can also lead to more skin problem — some of which may be irreversible.
However, when you want to perform the microneedling in the comfort of your home, the Dermapen HOME would be the best device for you to try.
Also remember, that using products such as DP Dermaceuticals skincare range (considered as non-negotiables when microneedling) as part of your pre and post-treatment regime, ensures a better result, whether doing the treatment at home or through your favourite Authorised Treatment Provider.
To learn more about Dermapen Treatments and how they can help your skin concern, click here. If you would like to book a clinical Dermapen Treatment, find here an Authorised Treatment Provider close to you.
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