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Micro-needling is a cosmetic procedure that
involves repeatedly puncturing the skin with tiny, sterile needles (micro
needling the skin).

Micro-needling is a safe, chemical-free, and minimally invasive technique
for stimulating collagen production. Collagen and elastin give skin its
texture, structure, and appearance. As we age, these compounds break
down from the sun and environmental damage leading to dry thin and
wrinkled skin. Micro-needling is a mechanical method for reversing this



  • Facial rejuvenation.

  • Reduces the appearance of lines and wrinkles. 

  • Scar treatment. 

  • Sun damage. 

  • Reduses hyperpgmentation

  • Shrinks pores. 

  • improves the effectiveness of topical products. 

  • Has fewer side effects than laser or intensive peel.

Please do not book this treatment if you have one of the following conditions:

  • Any open skin wounds including broken skin, scabs, wounds, and
    bleeding skin.

  • Cold sores. If there
    is a history of cold sores it is best to begin taking any cold sore
    medication before beginning skin needling as any form of skin
    needling can activate the immune system and cause an outbreak
    of cold sores. PLEASE CONSULT YOUR GP

  • Pustular acne spots. Skin needling should only
    be done in-between outbreaks.

  • Rashes, psoriasis, eczema, pustular or nodular rosacea, and fungal

  • Contagious skin conditions.

  • Raised moles, warts, or moles that have changed shape or color

  • Bruised skin as it is painful to treat.

  • Skin cancer.

  • Anti-coagulant medications as these prevent the blood from

  • Any medications that cause photosensitivity as this can lead to
    Post Inflammatory Pigmentation (PIP)

  • Areas, where topical medication is being applied as the product, can
    be forced trans-dermally and may cause unwanted side effects.

  • Cosmetic treatments such as microdermabrasion, IPL, chemical
    peels, or cosmetic surgery please wait until all signs of inflammation have gone.

  • Botox as skin needling over Botox will reduce its effectiveness. It's best to wait until it's due for the next Botox injection or simply will avoid the area where the Botox has been injected

  • Pregnancy, advisable to leave skin needling until 6 months from birth.

  • Breastfeeding, wait for 6 months post breastfeeding to allow the hormones to regulate.

  • Diabetes.

  • wounded, sunburned, or excessively sensitive skin.

  • Dermatitis

  • History of recent chemotherapy or radiation

  • Steroid use

  • Viruses such as colds, cold sores, warts

  • Bacterial infections such as impetigo, boils, conjunctivitis, sties

  • Undiagnosed lumps or swelling

  • Broken bones

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