Fusion Microneedling in High Wycombe for treatment for lines, wrinkles, scars, acne, stretch marks and slack skin.
IQ-skin and laser offer microneedling, similar to dermaroller or dermapen. This treatment delivers controlled micro stimulation into the skin layers that stimulates your skin to repair and restore collagen, therefore improving skin texture. It is also sometimes referred to as collagen induction therapy.
What will it do for me?
Microneedling treatment is often seen as an alternative or a complementary treatment to Botox and fillers to tackle lines wrinkles and loss of skin tone. People like these treatments because it simply works by stimulating your own natural skin repair process.
IQ-skin and laser offer the next generation of needling with the fusion needling pen and bio identical growth factors and peptides to give you the best results in smoothing out lines, tightening pores and improving acne scars, improving skin firmness and tone and generally giving the skin a noticeable refreshed and rejuvenated look…… with long-lasting results. In fact, the effect continues working for weeks after the treatment.
The technology – how does it work?
Microneedling – fusion meso pen. A motorised needle ‘pen’ drives an array of several needles into the skin (similar to a tattoo device). The speed of the needles can be controlled for comfort, and we can adjust the needle length throughout the treatment for different areas of the face and to suit the individual skin thickness.
This is the next generation of needling after the dermaroller. The advantage of the motorised needling pen is the needles are delivered vertically up and down into the skin and allows for better treating of awkward areas around the eyes, nose and lips.
I managed your comfort by first numbing the skin with a topical cream, which means you hardly feel anything at all during the treatment.
A cocktail of vitamins, minerals and peptides can be used with the needling to optimise your rejuvenating effect.
How to find out more about Microneedling?
For more detailed information, you can ask a question by sending us an email or book in for a consultation where everything can be explained to you.
Before going ahead with a full treatment, you are required to first have a consultation and the areas to be treated with a small test area first.