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Derma Pen micro needling provides an unparalleled response through the segmented delivery of microneedles, creating micro injuries to the epidermis (outer layer of skin) and dermis (the inner layer of skin). As a result, the micro injuries encourage the body’s innate ability to repair itself.

Derma Pen, is it too good to be true?

Derma Pen’s safety and efficacy can simply not be surpassed. Derma Pen Skin Therapy is ideal for those treating pesky acne scars or wrinkles, but it is also excellent for those who simply wish to return that youthful glow to their complexion. It is recommended that patients receive 4-6 treatments at 4-week intervals to see the best results; although, once you start you won’t want to stop. Derma Pen treatments are ideal for skin rejuvenation and maintenance. There is minimal discomfort during the treatments and minimal redness following. Most people return to their normal routines the next morning.

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Am I a good candidate?

Because Derma Pen micro needling is minimally invasive, it doesn’t cause significant wounding of skin, and isn’t light-based, most people can safely undergo micro needling therapy with minimal risk of long-term adverse effects. Typically, important factors such as age or skin colour don’t matter. Even areas of the body where skin is typically thin can undergo treatment with a Derma Pen where depth of penetration is consistent and easily regulated.

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What can I expect after a Derma Pen treatment?

During the skin’s healing process, your body produces fresh collagen to replace the damaged collagen, which rejuvenates your skin by increasing your body’s natural production of collagen and elastin. This may result in an overall improvement in the texture and tightness of your skin by “filling in the lines,” and removing the wrinkles, scars, and stretch marks.

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