Skin Needling

Skin Needling (also known as Meso Needling)

Skin Needling is an advanced treatment to stimulate fast collagen production and renewal, resulting in smoother and more youthful looking skin. Combining Skin Needling with Corrective Skin dermal Peels or Pure Oxygen Therapy, will help to correct different skin conditions. At Cosmedic Professionals our dermal therapy will customize the right skin treatment “FOR YOU”.

Skin Needling is a perfect treatment for treating:

  •  Smooth wrinkles and fill lines
  • Improve skin texture
  • Relax scars
  • Improve acne scaring
  • Pigmentation
  • Over all skin rejuvenation

Skin needling was only known to plump up the skin and stimulate new collagen and Elastin for anti-ageing but now we can target Pigmentation and Acne scarring more efficient by using different needle depth and skin dermal peels to target the right concerns.

There are many different way to perform (meso) Skin Needling. Depending on what needs to be treated will determine which method is best.

Skin needling will stimulate new collagen growth, activate melanocytes for white scarring and improve acne scarring. It will take several treatments 6 weeks apart.

It can be performed in the clinic for faster results and/or home roller kit is available.

A women who received our oxygen facial in Sydney

Why is Skin Needling so effective?
Successful collagen remodeling and new collagen productions depend on the accurate targeting of the dermis. Depending what needs to be treated Skin Needling depth will vary from .05mm to 2.5mm ensuring the right part of the dermis is successfully targeted. With the epidermis intact and plenty of healthy tissue surrounding each micro injury, new collagen production is induced with minimal harm to skin structures and the skin's protective barrier.

How is it done?
Using multiple tiny pin point puncture wounds to the dermis layer, without the removal your healthy epidermis. This dermal damage induces the release of growth factors that stimulate the production of new collagen and Elastin. This treatment is not a once only treatment for best results you will need a series of treatments designed for your skin concerns.

Can all skin types be treated?
Skin Needling can be safely performed on all skin types and colours. As the epidermis and in particular, melan`ocytes in the basal area are left intact; there is no risk of pigment change or post inflammatory hyperpigmentation.

What areas of the skin can be treated?
Skin needling can treat all sensitive areas that other treatments have to avoid, such as below the eyes, the neck and the back of hands.

How much time does it take to recover from the Skin Needling Treatment?
Because the epidermal layer is left intact, the healing period is rapid. The skin does not risk permanent structural damage sun sensitivity, skin colour loss or hyperpigmentation. The skin is slightly red for one day, this can vary with different skin conditions. If treating acne scarring you may have a light grazing over the treated area for one day. Most patients are able to return to work the next day.

Multiple treatments are usually necessary to achieve significant improvement to lines and scars. Treatment effects are cumulative and will usually be seen within 6-8 weeks of each treatment. Treatments can be safely repeated every 6-10 weeks. In comparison to prolonged recovery time from laser resurfacing and chemical peels, a few days healing time makes Skin Needling a more desirable alternative.

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Testimonials

I was always reluctant to get facials thinking my skin would break out but I'm pleasantly surprised with the treatment I received. I have been converted and now have facials every month to leave my skin feeling soft, clean and glowing

—Marija, Putney

I was recommended to try skin needling for the fine lines around my mouth. After having my first treatment I found my skin a lot firmer and smoother. My skin was slightly red for a day or two after the treatment but felt fine after that. I was also recommended to take home a Derma roller which I could do in between treatments.

—Kim, Hunters Hill