What Is MicroNeedling?
MicroNeedling is a safe, effective and minimally invasive procedure that initiates the body’s natural healing response and increases the production of collagen and elastin. The results include glowing, smoother and younger looking skin but without the downtime or trauma that is associated with laser or chemical treatments.
What is Electroporation Electro-Microneedling ?
This electro-microneedling is an electric hand piece needling system with a disposable needle tip. The oscillation speed of the motor will perform the needling tretment at its optimal rate for smooth, drag-less operation. The system also comes Electroporation Technology. Electroporation uses micro-current to open the pores on the membranes, enhancing the penetration of the products and nutrients into the deepest layer of the skin.
The Theory behind Microneedling
Mirconeedling induce new collagen production by harnessing the body’s innate ability to re-grow and repair the skin as a response to micro-damage. The first phase of regeneration begins with the release of the body’s own growth factors as the response to the micro-damage due to needling. The growth factors then stimulate new collagen and elastin production. Finally the the new tissues remodel and new vessels mature producing long lasting skin tightening effect.
Moreover, the process does not involves heat or thermal energy, as well as use harsh chemicals, the skin will heal quickly without downtime.
Electro-microneedle vs. Dermal Rollers
A dermal roller consists of a rolling pin covered with tiny needles. During a derma roller treatment, the roller is rolled across the skin, leaving behind a trail of microscopic punctures. While the needle roller is effective, the rolling action of the device pushes the skin into mounds, and causes the needles to enter AND exit the skin at an angle, creating lateral epidermal tears. The tearing is NOT due to the needles not being “properly anchored” in the skin, but the simple mechanics of angular needle entry. Whilst not detrimental to the results, this makes the treatment much more painful, and often causes a longer downtime for the patient.
The Eletro-microneedle needles enter the skin at a 90 degree angle, eliminating the pain and epidermal tearing associated with dermal rollers. The electro technology keeps the oscillation speed of the motor at its optimal rate for smooth, drag-less operation.
The most important difference between dermal rollers and the electro-micrneedling lies in the effectiveness of the two technologies. One thing has been repeatedly shown to be true — the more micro-punctures a device is able to achieve, the more dramatic the results will be. The electro-needling can produce more micro-puncture than the mechanical dermaroller thus producing much superior results.
The process activated via micro-needling essentially generates new healthy skin cells to replace aged or damaged ones. It therefore ideal for treating aging skin and wrinkles, as well as various types of scarring, stretch marks, several types of pigmentation disorders, sun damaged skin, hair loss, and much, much more.
In addition, the latest microneedling is a fantastic drug delivery device. The latest needling device has combination electroporation technology. Electroporation or NEEDLESS INJECION Technology, using microcurrent to open the pores on the membranes, enhancing the penetration of the products and nutrients into the deepest layer of the skin.
– Stimulating natural self-healing process
– Suitable for all skin types, doe not induce post-inflamation hyperpigmentation
– Minimal to no downtime, transient redness last few hours only.
– Ideal combination treatment for PRP, hair loss and skin hydration.
Q: How many treatments are recommended for rejuvenation, acne scarring and stretch marks? (General guide)
A:Rejuvenation: 4-6 treatments, 4 weeks apart
Acne scarring: 6 treatments, 4 weeks apart
Stretch marks: 4-8 treatments, 4-6 weeks apart
Q: How long should it take before I see results?
A:Typically, you will see results after the first treatment. Lasting and more significant results will occur after 4 to 6 treatments (spaced 4-6 weeks apart). Your skin will continue to improve over the next 6-12 months after a course of treatments and when combined with the recommended post treatment care.