Collagen induction therapy
Age is a fact of life. Looking your age is not.
What is Microneedling?
Micro-needling, also known as collagen induction therapy, is an advanced aesthetic procedure that makes use of a device consisting of multiple tiny sterile needles, which oscillate (moving back and forth) on top of the skin.
These needles penetrate the skin and cause micro-injury, which triggers the skin cells to repair and regenerate, including collagen and elastin.
As we age, collagen production naturally begins to slow down, which can lead to signs of aging (fine lines/wrinkles).
Micro-needling induces the production of collagen and elastin, which is known as neocollagenesis. You will benefit from overall skin rejuvenation, tightening, visibly improving fine lines, wrinkles, acne scarring and pigmentation. Tailored needle depth targets specific concerns with little to no downtime.
A treatment for most skin concerns
Microneedling can help to reduce hyper-pigmentation by breaking up the pigment below the skin surface.
In combination with a specialized serum from Lamelle – we are able to lighten the skin with no downtime. This collagen induction therapy can easily aid the skin without removing or damaging the epidermis.
The major appeal of microneedling is its ability to stimulate growth of collagen and elastin, which are essential to new, youthful-looking skin.
The procedure helps to prevent new fine lines and wrinkles from forming, as well as noticeably reducing existing fine lines, crows feet and deep wrinkles on the forehead.
Congestion & Acne
Our favorite treatment to reduce the appearance of acne scars is Microneedling. It treats acne scars, by breaking down old skin cells and forcing the body to produce Collagen.
Depending on the type of scar – a few treatments might be needed. Skin will appear smoother, and less textured after each session.
Men & WOMEN
Free skincare consultation
We would like to invite you for a free anti age skin consultation. Find out how you can start taking better care of your skin by speaking to one of our skincare experts.
We will analyze your skin and look at your current routine and skin health.
Microneedling is used to treat and improve conditions like acne scarring, fine lines and wrinkles, loose skin, skin texture, pore size, brown spots, stretch marks, and pigment issues. It's also called skin needling, collagen induction therapy (CIT), and percutaneous collagen induction (PCI). Treatment promotes and stimulates your body's natural collagen production & healing.
|Full Face & Neck||R1040|
|Full Face, Neck & Decolate||R1300|
|Back of Hands||R700|
Body Needling for stretch marks, scarring and loose skin
|Full Arms with Aloe Vera Gel||R700|
|Stretch marks on bum||R650|
|Stretch marks on breasts||R650|
|Shoulders & Biceps||R500|
The solution to stretch marks and damaged skin, anywhere on the body
Micro-needling, also called skin needling, is a non-surgical skin tightening treatment used for a number of common skin ailments, such as pigmentation issues, fine lines, cellulite, acne scars, sagging skin, and yes…even those pesky stretch marks! Continue reading to learn more about Microneedling and how this amazing treatment can help you kick those stretch marks to the curb!
Microneedling for Stretch Marks
Micro-needling has been around, in some form or other, for over the last two decades; however, it’s used, and methods of delivery have changed and improved as time passes and cosmetic science evolves. These modern variations and new uses for micro-needling have made the treatment quickly become one of the top choices for those hoping to obtain healthier, more youthful looking skin – without having to go under the knife. Since it was discovered that Microneedling was also an excellent delivery system for other products, the process is typically coupled with other skincare creams or serums to further enhance the treatment’s rejuvenating abilities.
Microneedling with Radiofrequency
Durban Branches only.
Radio Frequency (RF) with Microneedling takes all the things we love about micro-needling and adds the benefit of Radiofrequency heat energy. To learn more about the advantages of Radiofrequency alone, please refer to Radiofrequency.
If you are looking for a treatment that will transform your skin – We suggest you try this one for yourself!
One of the more exciting developments in recent years has been combining micro-needling with radio frequency (RF) waves. By doing so, we can augment the already exceptional results micro-needling can achieve.
Microneedling works by stimulating the skin’s natural healing response in order to stimulate collagen production and create smoother skin with more even texture. Radiofrequency energy can be used at the same time in order to heat and tighten dermal tissue, leading to enhanced results. If you are just beginning to see looseness and sagging in the skin, micro-needling with radiofrequency may be a great choice for you.
It's a win-win
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Frequently Asked Questions
Is microneedling at home safe?
Microneedling is generally a safe and effective procedure that can improve the appearance of the skin. … While home microneedling is widely accessible and more comfortable than the professional version, home treatments will not provide the same results and may increase the risk of side effects.
How long does it take to heal from Microneedling?
Most of the visible recovery from microneedling happens in the first 4 – 6 hours after treatment, but healing will still be happening under the surface of your skin for up to 2 months afterward.
How often should I do Microneedling?
Micro-needling can be safely repeated every 4-6 weeks until you achieve the desired results. For collagen induction we recommend to start with 3 treatments, but with a minimum separation time of 4 to 6 weeks between treatments. For scar reduction, an average of 3 to 6 treatments are recommended.
Which is better, microneedling or a chemical peel?
Chemical peels generally work best on superficial imperfections, while microneedling penetrates deeper to improve more troublesome issues. Many people with acne scars find a combination of microneedling and chemical peels deliver the best results.