Microneedling, also known as skin needling, is a treatment that uses tiny needles to cause "micro-trauma" to the skin. These needles are never more than a couple of milimetres long (often less than this) and they pierce the uppermost layer of the skin to stimulate a healing response. This healing response results in collagen being produced. It is an effective treatment for acne and blemish scarring and overall skin rejuvenation.
Microneedling using a dermal roller £120
A dermal roller is a hand-held barrel shaped roller, covered in very fine needles. The needles are rolled over the surface of the skin in multiple directions to encourage a healing response and stimulate collagen production. This treatment includes a hydrating facial to be taken 3 days later.
Book a course of 3 sessions for £270!
Please note; the dermal roller treatment is available at Woodlands Aigburth, Baltic and Woolton.
Microneedling using a Skin Pen £150
The Skin Pen is a mechanical device. Much like a dermal roller, it is made up of lots of tiny needles, however, these sit on the tip of the pen, rather than on a barrel. Unlike a dermal roller, where the therapist manually rolls the device across the skin, the tip of the Skin Pen moves rapidly on its own, allowing the therapist to guide it across the skin, without having to apply any pressure. Treatment with the Skin Pen also includes a hydrating facial to be taken 3 days later.
Book a course of 3 sessions for £300!
Please note; the Skin Pen treatment is available at Woodlands Aigburth ONLY.