Mesotherapy & Dermapen – The Benefits, What Can Be Treated & More

Mesotherapy & Dermapen – The Benefits, What Can Be Treated & More

In this article we shall be exploring and sharing more details about Mesotherapy and Dermaopen skin-needling. Although both of these treatments have their own list of benefits, but together the results can be astounding as they are so complimentary to one another. Before we go further in to their benefits, what you need to know and what can be treated by these methods, first lets discuss what they are and the difference between them both.

Dermapen is an advanced form of skin needling. This treatment is sometimes also referred to as collagen induction therapy as it stimulates your skin cells to produce more collagen. Each sterile tip is for one treatment and is disposed of afterwards. Inside each tip are multiple micro-needles that are exceedingly fine gauge. These needles are used to penetrate through the layers of the dermis. The speed and depth of penetration is adjustable. Settings are determined based on treatment objectives, skin type, and location of treatment.

Mesotherapy is a treatment that involves injecting small quantities of vitamins and minerals into the skin so that they are delivered directly to where they are needed most. Mesotherapy is performed using finely gauged needles to inject pharmaceutical and holistic formulas into the subcutaneous fat layer. Injections are specifically placed to target areas of concern, most commonly locations of stubborn fat deposits. Mesotherapy may also be used to target cellulite and other types of visible aging.

Dermapen and Mesotherapy are two non-surgical treatment options that facilitate skin rejuvenation. They aim to leave skin glowing with an enhanced firm toned appearance. It is true that both of these treatments target visible aging using ultra-fine needles but they are different. Here are some of the concerns that can be treated by both methods:

  • Acne
  • Scarring
  • Pigmentation
  • Sun Damage
  • Aged, Sagging Skin
  • Dehydrated Skin
  • Lines And Wrinkles
  • Rejuvenation
  • Certain Fatty Deposits & Cellulite
  • Fine Lines & Wrinkles
  • Smokers Lines Around The Lips
  • Skin Tightening & Rejuvenation
  • Large Pores
  • Stretch Marks

For any further information on either of these treatments please don’t hesitate to contact us for a free consultation with our professionals as they can easily recommend the best treatment solution to help you create the healthiest and best-looking version of your skin.

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