non surgical treatments

 

Dermal Roller Therapy (for treating acne and stretch marks)

Dermaroller™ is a natural skin regeneration and scar repair therapy, involving advanced skin micro-needling - a process that stimulates the skin to regenerate and repair itself naturally and safely to create smoother, brighter, healthier, younger looking skin.

Facial derma roller therapy costs £150 per session instead of usual price of £250.

Who is the procedure suitable for?

Dermaroller™ is suitable for anyone from the age of 18 upwards who suffers from any of the following:

  • Acne scars;
  • Aged and sun-damaged skin;
  • Facial and décolletage lines and wrinkles;
  • Stretch marks

What can I expect?

We apply a topical anaesthetic cream to numb the skin about 30 - 45 minutes before the procedure to make the experience more comfortable.  A small roller is then run across the area to be treated, penetrating the dermis and stimulating your collagen to regenerate naturally. A small amount of mineral make-up can be applied if you are conscious of any redness. You will be able to return to work on the day you have your treatment. A minimum of two or three treatments are usually required, spread four to six weeks apart.  Acne scars and other types of scarring may take up to six treatments to reduce.

Success Rate

Dermaroller™ provides excellent results. Bear in mind that it can take up to six weeks before visible signs of repair and regeneration are seen.  

Dermaroller stretch mark removal
Dermaroller stretch mark removal
Dermaroller for Acne
Dermaroller for Acne

Impartial and informative consultation

It is very important to discuss your goals and expectations before making a decision, and we want you to be fully and properly prepared. Our cosmetic surgery consultations are held at our Brighton clinic. They are totally confidential and there's no obligation to proceed. To book a consultation, call on 01273 604444, email us or fill in our contact form.



 

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