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 millimetres 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 Mechanical Device £150
Much like a dermal roller, a mechanical device is made up of lots of tiny needles, however, these are at the tip of the device, rather than on a barrel. Unlike a dermal roller, where the therapist manually rolls the needles across the skin, the tip of a mechanical skin needling device moves rapidly on its own, allowing the therapist to guide it across the skin, without having to apply any pressure. Treatment also includes a hydrating facial to be taken 3 days later.
Please note; this treatment is available at Woodlands Aigburth ONLY.