Work Theory of Dr. Derma Pen :
Dermapen is an advanced skin micro-needling device that works to tighten, lift and rejuvenate the skin. The unique spring-loaded needle tip of the Dermapen uses an automated needling motion that minimizes pain and discomfort, while better promoting an even absorption of topical serums, such as PRP, hyaluronic acid, hydrogenated collagen, Vitamin C and peptides into the skin. The results are youthful looking skin with even tone and texture and down-time of only one day.
Recently awarded “Best Professional Skin Rejuvenation Device” at THE Aesthetic Show 2012, the Dermapen is effective in reducing fine lines and wrinkles, minimizing pore size and acne scars.
How the needling system works?
Needling systems are used for a treatment process called micro-needling or skin-needling. It is a form of collagen induction therapy, quickly gaining popularity in the USA, UK and Europe. Skin needling systems are already hugely popular in parts of Asia where it has been practiced for some years. Unlike other treatments for acne scars, stretch marks and wrinkles, skin needling system do not damage the skin or remove the epidermis layer.
The Skin Needling System Meso Pen treatment incorporates is a highly effective electronic device couple with a bespoke Mesotherapy cocktail that takes skin needling or transdermal needling to the next level.
The Meso Pen is used to vertically pierce the skin to produce hundreds of tiny injuries whist protecting the epidermis. The result can be an effective method of transporting products such as liquid hyaluronic acid, vitamins and peptides into the epidermis or a natural stimulation of collagen when piercing the dermis. The Grandway Meso Pen can treat specific areas of the face and body for conditions such as:
· Wrinkles and expressional Lines
· Nasal labial folds
· Barcode Lines (Lips)
· Flaccid Skin
· Aged Hands
· Excess fat or skin on the neck
· Tired eyes / dark circles
· Eye fat bags
· Acne scarring
· Scars / wound healing
· Stretch marks
· Cellulite / localized fat
· Hair loss