Refresh & Revitalise Skin With Superior Anti-Ageing Facial

Micro needling is a pain free facial using nano needles to stimulate your natural production of collagen. Help to rejuvenate your skin even if it has lost some of its tone and colour.
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Micro needling Facial

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Micro Needling

Skin analysis & preparation
Pre-cleanse and Cleanse
Anesthetic cream application on face
Microneedling on decollete, face & neck
with dedicated serum
Cream removal & microneedling on face 
Face, neck and decollete massage with serum
Calming face mask
Toner and moisturiser
SPF cream

Duration: 60 min

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The prices are valid from 01.06.2022

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microneedling facial
CAN IT HELP ROSACEA?

Microneedling stimulates the skin to become stronger and more resistant to impacts that cause irritation and redness also associated with rosacea.

This facial can help but it shouldn’t be done during the flare-up only when the skin is calm and it should be performed with special attention.

WHAT IS IT GOOD FOR?

Microneedeling is good for: 

  • Reduces wrinkles and fine lines as it stimulates collagen production
  • Prevents signs of ageing
  • Flatten acne scars
  • Diminish stretch marks
  • Improves skin texture and elasticity
  • Tightens the skin Improves skin tone, targets pigmentation spots
  • Minimise visible pores
IS MICRONEEDLING PAINFUL?

Sensation depends on your sensitivity level but in a scale 0-5,  we would say 3 so to make it comfortable topical anaesthetic cream is applied over the face area.

IS IT THE SAME AS MICRODERMABRASION?

No, this facial is more invasive as, with tiny needles, it stimulates the skin to produce more collagen and heal stronger and tighter.

Microdermabrasion is a non-invasive facial exfoliating and cleansing the skin.

HOW MICRONEEDLING WORKS?

Micro-needling is performed with a special pen that has a number of tiny needles used to create small punctures on the top layer of the skin which would cause the body to create new collagen and elastin.

In result, the skin is regenerating tighter, stronger with improved structure.

Depending on the skin problem needles may be set on a certain length for the perfect result, they may be 0.5 mm for refreshing and fine lines or 2.5mm for deep scars treatment.

HOW OFTEN SHOULD IT BE DONE?

This facial may be done 4-6 weeks apart and we recommend session of 4 to achieve the best results followed by maintenance sessions every 3-4 months.

MICRONEEDLING WHEN PREGNANT?

No, we wouldn’t recommend this treatment during pregnancy.

This facial involves skin injury and stimulation of a healing process that requires vitamins and nutrients which at that time are more needed for the unborn baby.

Also, the skin may be more sensitive and reactive due to the hormonal changes.

WHEN WILL I SEE RESULTS?

For a couple of days after the facial skin may be irritated, reddish, sensitive, bruised or swollen in some parts as this is a normal reaction after the punctures.

Visible results start from the 5 - 6th day and after 3 weeks are fully visible.

The natural skin healing process takes 4 weeks and slows down after 40 years of age.

SIDE EFFECTS of microneedling?

The most common side effect is minor skin irritation immediately following the procedure, sensitivity or redness for a few days.

Serious but rare conditions are:

  • Bleeding
  • Bruising
  • Infection
  • Peeling
  • and if any of them appear you should contact your GP.
CONTRAINDICATIONS
  • rash, itchiness, a tendency to cutaneous conditions, excessive dryness and scaly skin, eczema, acne, psoriasis, verrucas, moles
  • inflammatory conditions of the skin
  • herpes simplex inflammatory conditions
  • weakened immune system
  • skin hypersensitivity
  • Active acne
  • Pregnancy
  • Cuts, bruises open wounds
  • recent radiation therapy recently
  • history of skin scars
  • Chemotherapy
  • Botox less than 4 weeks before
  • General infections eg. flu, cold
  • Medical therapy such as antibiotics or steroids
  • Mental illness and high sensitivity.

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