Friday, July 22, 2011

Microneedle Therapy

The DermaFix Microneedle Roller, R700 is a versatile treatment alternative - applied to a wide range of skin conditions including:

acne scarring,

surgical scars,

sun-damaged skin,

uneven skin texture,


lines and wrinkles,

stretch marks and

hormone deficient skin

Resultant micro-channels aid in greater penetration and increasing overall efficacy of actives.

Most skin treatments have a common goal: induce injury to the skin, just enough to begin the natural healing process. Ablative treatments like chemical peeling, microdermabrasion, and laser accomplish this task by removing the top layer of the skin. This equipment can be expensive thus treatments are very costly.
Microneedling is unique because it produces similar results without the expensive equipment and pose minimal risk. The microneedle therapy system will enhance and maintain your in-clinic treatments. The concept of the roller is to induce collagen synthesis and serve as a trans-dermal delivery system to increase penetration of active skin care ingredients, thus getting more out of your products.
DermaFix Microneedle roller uses very fine needles to “injure” the skin, accelerating wound Collagen and Elastin production. Resulting micro-channels also aid in infusing DermaFix Correctives or serums for greater penetration and increasing overall efficacy. Absorption is increased by as much as 1,000 times when applied with the DermaFix Microneedle Roller. Treatment with the Roller is more consistent in increasing the thickness of the skin than most other resurfacing treatments.
The three stages of would healing are inflammation, proliferation (tissue formation) and tissue remodelling making the skin thicker and more youthful looking. Professional use may take up to 5 days to heal the skin similar to peeling systems.
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