Microneedling

Micro-Needling is an advanced fractional needling treatment that increases the skin’s production of collagen. The treatment method is also more in-depth than microdermabrasion and chemical peels.

  • Painless
  • Effective
  • Quick results
Microneedling

Introduction

Micro-Needling is an advanced fractional needling treatment that increases the skin’s production of collagen. The treatment method is also more in-depth than microdermabrasion and chemical peels.

What can be treated?

Examples of what we can treat:

  • Enlarged pores
  • Scars
  • Acne scar
  • Pigment refinements
  • Uneven skin tone
  • Fine lines, wrinkles
  • Loose and aged skin increases collagen content.
  • Dry or dehydrated skin
  • Winter tired skin gives glow.

How is the treatment done?

A Micro Needling treatment involves 12 sterile disposable needles creating up to 1400 microchannels per second into the skin. Depending on the skin area/condition being treated, the needles go different depths into the skin. The microchannels allow active substances such as hyaluronic acid to be delivered deep into the skin and have an inherent stimulating effect on the formation of collagen and elastin in the skin.

Medicinal vitamin cocktails and skin boosters

The therapist chooses the appropriate serum according to your skin type and conditions. We work with different medical vitamin cocktails. Our most famous one is from Fillmed by Filorga: NCTF vitamin cocktail, which is Filorga’s most successful Anti- Aging mesotherapy product.

Why should you choose a vitamin cocktail/skin booster?

Over time, our stressful lives can show on our faces. The skin loses its vitality, flexibility and the first wrinkles appear. The skin is made up of several layers and with age the deeper layers begin to lose their vital substances such as hyaluronic acid and collagen. The damage to the deeper layers of the skin shows on the surface of the skin in the form of dry skin, deteriorating skin tone and fine lines, which in turn lead to an aged appearance. NCTF 135 and NCTF 135HA -is a revitalising solution that restores the natural loss of hyaluronic acid and rebuilds the skin. It also repairs the tissue by influencing skin cell renewal, as well as improving blood circulation. With this product, the skin can bind up to 30 times its volume in water. FILORGA laboratory was founded in 1978 by Michel Tordjman, a French doctor trained in aesthetic medicine and cell biology. He developed the hyaluron filler and is the man behind the NCTF.

NCTF
  • 12 vitamins (A, B, C, E) that stimulate vital cellular functions
  • 23 amino acids that increase protein production (elastin, collagen)
  • 6 enzymes that create a biochemical reaction in the tissue
  • 5 nucleic acids that activate cellular communication
  • 6 minerals that prevent mineral deficiency
  • 1 anti-oxidant that stops free radicals

Result

Usually, 5-6 treatments at intervals of 4-6 weeks are required to achieve optimal results. Many see results after the first treatment. More lasting results will occur after 3-6 treatments.

Tips! If you want to enhance the effect of this treatment, it is recommended that you make a chemical peeling about 2 weeks before your first treatment.
Also, important to follow up at home with the right skincare products for your skin type. Personal advice is given during treatment.

To think about

  • You should not wash your face on the 24th after the treatment.
  • Avoid physical activity, sauna or bathing and makeup for the next 48 hours.
  • Clean pillowcase and towel.
  • The skin will be red and slightly irritated for the first two days after treatment.
  • Dryness and some itching may occur.
  • You can also flake the skin about 3-4 days after.
  • Always use sunscreen SPF 50.
  • Use only the finishing products we recommend you, as other products may cause allergic reaction in the form of blisters, crusts.
  • Avoid sunbathing and sunbeds for two weeks after treatment.

Contraindications

  • Pregnant women
  • Epilepsy
  • Pacemaker users
  • Haemophilia
  • Skin thinning medication (e.g. Roaccutane, tetralysal, etc.)
  • Skin disease (active herpes, psoriasis, etc.)
  • Suspected skin blemishes.
  • Diabetics
  • Cancer
  • Active infections in the body