PCI Microneedling Dermaroller Dermapen

Microneedling Dermaroller Treatment

Dermaroller treatments are a popular skin treatment which has been in use for more than 2 decades. They are popular because they are quick procedures, with minimal downtime, and they are cost-effective when compared to the laser systems.
Let us look at how these microneedle treatments work and if these are the correct treatments for you.

How does dermaroller work?

Dermarollers and dermapens have tiny, microneedles that penetrate in the skin and cause a controlled injury to the skin. The depth of treatment depends on the indication being treated. Post the injury, the healing cascade of the skin is brought into action, which improves the blood circulation, increase in new collagen, improved skin turnover, and healing. This, in turn, leads to improvement in the skin texture, scar reduction and decreased hair loss.


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Frequently Asked Questions

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In what conditions are dermarollers effective?

Dermarollers are effective in the skin rejuvenation, to improve skin texture, to reduce fine lines and wrinkles and to reduce acne scars. They are also effective in reducing hair loss also. The delivery of medicines or actives like vitamin C, vitamin A, hair vitamins or even PRP can be augmented by combining them with a single session of dermaroller.

What is the post-procedure care?

There is mild redness and swelling which lasts for 6 hours to 24 hours. The dermatologist will recommend the use of soap-free cleansers, bland, and physical sunscreens.

When will the results be seen?

Some improvement in skin color and texture will be seen soon after the treatment. However, the texture, scar improvements will show after completing 2 to 4 treatments.

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