Micro-Needle Mesotherapy (Dermapen)

Facial mesotherapy is a minimally invasive technique that delivers various active substances to the dermis and epidermis based on your skin’s needs. The results are longer-lasting and come with numerous benefits, including a facial lifting effect and the treatment of expression wrinkles, pigmentation spots, and post-acne scars.

The device resembles a special pen with sterile, incredibly fine needles at its tip. These needles act on the skin by creating thousands of micro-punctures. The advantage is that the pain is minimal, largely mitigated by the high speed and vibration of these fine needles.

A full facial treatment takes 1 hour and 30 minutes and includes: makeup removal-toning-enzymatic peeling-facial vacuum-mesotherapy-soothing mask-hydrating mask-ultrasound facial-final cream.

For a complete treatment with exceptional results, 5-6 sessions per year can be done at intervals of 3-4 weeks.

Issues Addressed by the Mesotherapy Procedure

  • Dull skin;
  • Photo-aging;
  • Wrinkles and fine lines;
  • Enlarged pores;
  • Pigmentation spots;
  • Acne scars and post-acne scars;
  • Mild scars and small scars;

Will I Have Marks After This Facial Treatment ?

  • Yes, the skin will appear red and irritated for approximately 24 hours, but the degree of irritation depends on the depth of the treatment.

Contraindications

  • Active acne (inflammation with visible oil impurities in pimples);
  • Alcohol in the blood;
  • Allergy to anesthetics / drugs (lidocaine, tetracaine, epinephrine);
  • Autoimmune diseases;
  • Blood coagulation disorders (hypercoagulability);
  • Areas treated with Botox;
  • Cancer;
  • Cardiac arrhythmias;
  • Diabetes;
  • Fever and symptoms of body weakness;
  • Glaucoma;
  • Hemophilia;
  • High internal body heat;
  • Inflammation (eczema, painful pimples, fluid-filled pimples);
  • Mechanical skin damage;
  • Melanosis in the treated area;
  • Patients under the age of 18;
  • Pregnancy and breastfeeding period;
  • Psychiatric disorders;
  • Skin hypersensitivity;
  • After any type of surgery;
  • After X-ray therapy;
  • Symptoms of viruses (e.g., herpes, warts, etc.).