What is Dermapen?
Dermapen is a medically engineered device that utilises 12 surgical grade micro needles to deliver effective skin needling. Dermapen’s patented operation incorporates vertical oscillation technology to trigger the skin’s natural healing response.
Multiple treatments provide long lasting rejuvenation and correction for face to body skin.
Dermapen Professional and Medical are in-clinic procedures provided by a qualified Dermapen practitioner. Dermapen Personal may be used at home for skin maintenance.
How does Dermapen work?
Dermapen stimulates that skin’s healing response encouraging the production of precious growth factors, collagen and elastin for a naturally rejuvenated, revitalised and regenerated skin.
What makes Dermapen so unique?
Only Dermapen uses a specialised spring-loaded cartridge that is automated by an oscillating system. This delivers fast, fractional and virtually painless treatments that is non-ablative. Dermapen’s patented technology delivers vertical channels into the skin minimising damage, downtime and discomfort, whilst its adjustable speed and depth customises each procedure for targeted results.
Dermapen offers the latest, most innovative and most awarded skin needling system in the world.
How does Dermapen compare to other methods of skin rejuvenation?
Dermapen procedures are non-thermal and non-ablative. Treatment may be performed on all skin tones reducing any risk of post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation of fibrotic scar tissue formation.
Is the treatment safe?
Yes. Dermapen clinical treatments may only be performed by a qualified Dermapen practitioner under strict sterile procedure. All treatment consumables are single-use and sterile.
How soon will I see results?
Results typically may be seen after just one Dermapen clinical treatment, however cumulative treatments may be required to achieve the full desired result. The regenerating process will continue for up to 24 months post-treatment.
Is a Dermapen treatment painful?
There is no pain with an at-home Dermapen Personal treatment. A mild anaesthetic provides total comfort for Dermapen Professional and Medical procedures. Dermapen’s unique oscillating system further increases tolerance by diffusing nerve sensation.
What is the downtime?
Localised erythema may last up to 2 days post treatment. Make-up may be used 24 hours post-procedure to reduce any visible redness. Most patients can resume normal activities immediately after a clinical Dermapen treatment.
What conditions can a Dermapen clinical procedure treat?
Collagen induction therapy; ageing / rhytids (wrinkles) / sun damage; hyperpigmentation / hypopigmentation; scaring; striae; dilated pores and hair restoration.
How long does a clinical treatment last?
A full face may be treated in around 15 minutes (not including anaesthesia application or processing).
How many treatments will I require?
Collagen induction therapy; ageing / rhytids; sun=-damage; hypopigmentation / hyperpigmentation: 4-6 treatments, 6-8 weeks apart.
Scarring; dilated pores: 6-8 treatments, 6-8 weeks apart
Striae; 4-8 treatments, 4-8 weeks apart