Microneedling–this method is about controlled skin damage by puncturing the skin with a Dermapen device equipped with a tip with needles. Its extension can be adjusted depending on the desired depth of the puncture. This gives the possibility to perform a treatment on the skin of the eyelids and thicker skin of the rest of the face, as well as acne scars or stretch marks, where the punctures must be deep. As the next step, microbleeding occurs and the inflammatory phase begins. It results in a release of  growth factors which have a significant function in the process of tissue regeneration. The processes of formation of collagen, elastin, hyaluronic acid and components of the intercellular matrix are stimulated. The mechanical puncture of the skin itself also leads to cell irritation and stimulation.

Treatment time

from 45 min onwards



Treatment intervals

7 to 28 days


face, body

Advantages of microneedling

Reduction of mimic and static wrinkles
Reduction of mimic and static wrinkles

Growth factors released in the skin accelerate the division, development and differentiation of its cells and stimulate stem cells and fibroblasts. They stimulate the formation of collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid.

Tissue regeneration
Tissue regeneration

The process of regeneration and reconstruction of the skin lasts for several weeks after the treatment after pricking.

Natural repair process
Natural repair process

The growth factors released after pricking initiate and accelerate skin remodelling according to natural body mechanisms. The skin has an even colour; scars are reduced and stretch marks are less visible.

Fast regeneration after the treatment
Fast regeneration after the treatment

Bleeding after pricking stops very quickly and the resulting redness disappears within a few hours because the epidermal cells are minimally damaged.

  • Scars
  • Cellulite
  • Discolouration
  • Stretchmarks
  • Enlarged pores
  • Mature skin
  • Skin with seborrhea
  • Couperose skin
  • Smoker’s skin
  • Dry/hydrated skin
  • Acne
  • Loss of skin density
  • Wrinkles
  • two days before the procedure, do not take aspirin or drugs with enzymes
  • do not vaccinate yourself before the mesotherapy
  • pregnancy and lactation,
  • cancer,
  • active acne, warts, psoriasis,
  • a tendency for scars,
  • local inflammatory processes,
  • local skin infection (viral or bacterial) e.g. herpes,
  • taking anticoagulants (relative contraindication),
  • metabolic diseases (relative contraindication).

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