Stretch Mark Reduction

£1,500.00

The package is inclusive of aftercare products, which include a DNA repair 24 hour moisturiser, leaving the skin hydrated, and a broad spectrum sun film to prevent cell damage and photoageing, to be used daily. The Dermapen is a medical device that is used to lift, tighten and rejuvenate the skin. It is also used to correct areas of the skin such as stretch marks, scars, burns, hyperpigmentation, wrinkles, fine lines, vitiligo and many more conditions. See the description in the tab below as well as our FAQ’s section for more information.

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Description

As striae (stretch marks) result from internal dermal tearing, the topical application of vitamin E or plant oils/butters cannot prevent their occurrence.

As the dermapen is gently guided and glided over the skin, microscopic puncture channels are lightly stamped into the skins matrix stimulating an inflammatory or wound healing response. This promotes intense renewal, repair and rejuvenation. Natural growth factors are released to stimulate reformation and deposition of fresh restructuring collagen. Dermapen promotes scar less wound healing.

For best results 8-10 sessions are recommended.

DermaPen Micro-needling Aftercare Advice:

side effects: Minor itching, hives, flaking or redness.

Avoid the following for at least 2 days post treatment:

  • Direct ultra violet exposure (sun and solariums).
  • Intense cardio, exercise or gymnasium regimens.
  • Further clinical treatments (including but not limited to):
    • microdermabrasion,
    • laser,
    • intense pulsed light,
    • chemical peels,
    • muscle relaxant injections
    • and dermal fillers.
  • Tattooing including cosmetic tattooing.
  • Excessively hot showers, bathing, spas or sauna.
  • Spray or self-tanning
  • Swimming in chlorinated pools or the ocean.
  • Applying high dosages of active topical skin care ingredients (including but not limited to): retinolds, hydroquinone, alpha-hydroxy-acids, benzoyl peroxide, alcohol (ethanol/isopropyl), chemical based sunscreens.

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