- Repairing acne scarring
- Improving the appearance of surgical scars
- Significant improvement in skin texture
WHAT IS A DERMAROLLER?
Dermarolling stimulates new tissue formation to significantly improve the texture of the skin.
A Dermaroller is a cylindrical shaped drum studded with very fine needles. It is a medical device used for micro needling, which when rolled over the surface of the skin, stimulates the skin cells, encouraging multiplication and general collagen remodeling.
- Breaks down scar tissue to repair acne scarring or surgical scars
- Stimulates new collagen fibres, improves blood supply and harmonises pigmentation.
- As Dermarolling does not use any active ingredients or laser/light therapy, it is a recommended treatment for sensitive skins, darker skin tones and acne.
Firstly, you'll speak to one of our trained nurses about your background and medical history. Your skin will be assessed and the nurse will ensure that the Dermaroller treatment will fulfill your goals.
At your Dermaroller appointment:
A local anaesthetic cream is applied and allowed to take affect for up to an hour. Then the nurse uses the device to roll lightly, backwards and forwards across the surface of the skin. Slight bleeding is normal and will subside quickly. The procedure takes 90 minutes in total.
You should avoid the following for the at least 24 hours:
- Strenuous exercise
- Consumption of alcohol
It is also recommended to avoid the following for two weeks:
- Extended exposure to sun or uv light
- Extended exposure to heat or freezing temperatures
Exposure to any of the above may cause temporary redness, swelling, and/or itching at the injection sites. If you have swelling at the injection site you can apply an ice pack for a brief period to help with discomfort.
We always recommend the use of sunscreen to prevent sun damage to the skin. Sunscreen with SPF 30 or above should be used daily. If you are under the sun for prolonged periods of time, sunscreen needs to be reapplied at least once every two hours.