Dermal Needling | Affordable Alternative to PRP Treatments

Dermal Needling

What is Dermal needling:

If you can’t afford Platelet Rich Plasma treatments this is the way to go.

Although it will take a little longer to reach the results of PRP treatments, its an amazing treatment in itself or when used in conjunction with PRP. It is a fantastic treatment for wrinkles, UV damage, Lax skin, Actinic Keratosis, Hyperpigmentation, Scars, Acne Scars, Stretch Marks, Rosacea, and Hair Loss.

You can use it with different serums, or hyaluronic acid to enhance the treatments.

Hyaluronic Acid plumps and hydrates the skin leaving you with a fresh youthful result, but there are other serums as well that can specifically treat your particular issue.  Vitamin A for scarring, and a variety of serums for hair stimulation for example.

Always expanding applications of Dermal Needling –

Dermal needling appliances are becoming varied, from dermal rollers (these are particularly good for home use, in between clinic treatments) to the DermaPen or DermaStamp, and now the Vital Gun which actually deposits products directly into the skin rather than rubbing it across the top of the skin for penetration.

All the needling appliances are good but each improves in results as you go up a level.

Dermal needling improves penetration of a serum into the skin, it also breaks down damaged collagen in scars, and yet thickens the skin when you have sensitive reactive skin.

Large pores are a break down of collagen, dermal needling causes a microtrauma to the skin, tricking the brain into thinking its damaged, and so throwing out more collagen and elastin to repair. This is why it is a great treatment for large pores.

For more information visit relating to your specific skin or hair loss need, visit a professional, such as Stacey Power at Beautiphi in Auckland, or Brent Krivan at Clinic Eleven in the Kapiti Coast.

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