Skin Needling is a regenerative dermatological technique. It is safe to perform on all skin colours and skin types.
There is no risk of subsequence inflamed hyper pigmentation. It is this safety function that separates Skin Needling from other invasive procedures for treating wrinkles and scars.
The technique is based on a simple principle: the normal healing reaction starts immediately when damage occurs to the tissue.
Blood components invade the injury area, and the blood plates make contact with the extra-cellular matrix.
This contact triggers the blood plates so that they release coagulation factors, essential growth factors and cytokines.
When the damaged area has been cleaned, the fibroblasts migrate to the injury area and produce and release new ECM.
The new collagen matrix is then cross-bound and organised in the final remodelling phase, which can last up to 12 months after the injury occurred.
Skin Needling with a skin roller produces hundreds of tiny injuries to the skin. Each tiny injury triggers the normal healing process in the skin and through repeated treatment, new collagen builds up gradually and thus fills the deep scar and lines.
Generic regenerative face stimulation reduces the signs of photo-ageing and facial wrinkles (soft wrinkles).