Dermaroller treatment is one of the latest anti-aging techniques: it can be done in a lunch break, and the skin is restored in two days, so that your professional activity is not affected by the intervention.
The dermaroller is provided with very fine needles that practically activate the skin regeneration system, without leaving traces.
“The procedure lasts approximately one hour (topical anesthesia is included) and can be included in ‘lunchtime’ procedures.
The dermaroller works against both wrinkles and pigmentation problems, if you have dilated pores or even stretch marks, and I guarantee excellent results.
“Immediately after the treatment, there is a reddish that fades over the next two days. The absolutely imperative recommendation is the need to apply sunscreen during the treatment sessions”
What does dermatological roller treatment entail?
Micro-needle therapy, also known as collagen induction therapy, is a revolutionary and very recent therapy in the range of cosmetic treatments.
This treatment is performed as a non-surgical and non-invasive procedure, using a tool called dermaroller, after applying a cream for anesthesia.
The Dermaroller is a simple device that consists of a handle with a cylinder provided on the surface with very fine stainless steel needles, with lengths between 0.5 and 2 mm. This cylinder is rolled on the skin in different directions to obtain a therapeutic benefit, hence the name “dermaroller”.
These needles form micro-incisions of very small size in the treated skin, which heals quickly, leaving no post-treatment traces.
Micro-needle treatment is becoming increasingly popular throughout the world, not only in scar correction, but also in anti-aging treatments. It has certain advantages over laser skin restoration treatment; micro-needle treatment does not affect the epidermis (superficial layer of the skin) as in the case of the laser, the convalescent time is minimal, compared to the one after the laser ablative procedure, and the treatment is much less expensive compared to the laser.
The dermaroller solves the wrinkles problem
Micro-needle therapy is aimed at both women and men alike and is based on the body’s self-healing mechanisms. Your body reacts to the introduction of those just like any other object of skin penetration.
The difference is in the size of the object – being micro-needles. The introduction of very small surgical needles is felt by the receiving nerves of the skin as a stimulus to the lesion. Those are so thin and thin that tissue injury is unlikely.
However, this “nerve stimulus” is aimed at a healing process in the cascade.
The skin cells release growth signals to the undifferentiated cells after stinging. The effect is the spread of new cells. They close the wound, automatically converting them to collagen fibers, but they also create capillary fibers that help blood circulation.
The microneedling roller uses up to 550 very thin needles to create skin incisions that are sufficient to stimulate collagen and elastin production. The resulting micro-channels also help to infuse therapeutic sera, for better penetration of them and increase their effectiveness.
Many clinical studies have shown that serum absorption is improved up to 1000 times if applied using microneedling.
The treatment should not necessarily be painful
The micro-needling procedure with needles longer than 0.3 millimeters is painful. But there is no need for patients to withstand pain during micro-needle treatment. Thousands of treatments are applied successfully without causing significant pain or discomfort because a topical anesthetic (cream / gel) is applied 20-30 minutes before the procedure.
This treatment is recommended for people with post-acne atrophic scars, dilated pores, brown spots, resting wrinkles around the eyes, around the mouth, front or at the cheeks level, with actinically-attacked skin (through sun exposure), flaky skin and dull skin with elasticity. reduced.
What you need to know about dermatological roller treatment
The sequence and intervals between micro-needle treatments depend largely on the condition of the patient’s skin. Dermaroller treatment is performed at time intervals of four to eight weeks, requiring several sessions (between 3 and 6) to achieve the desired effect on the skin.
The procedure takes approximately one hour (including topical anesthesia) and can be included in the “lunchtime” procedures.
The cost is 100 € session (for the facial treatment) and 200 € session for the treatment of stretch marks. After the treatment a discreet redness and a slight exfoliation of the skin can appear that can last maximum three days. In this interval it is necessary to apply a greater amount of moisturizing cream to speed up epithelialization.
During the treatment sessions it is absolutely obligatory to avoid direct exposure to the sun and to use regular sun creams recommended by the doctor.