Microneedling also known as skin needling is a skin rejuvenation treatment done using microneedling machine having very thin needles.

Microneedling can treat the following:

Fine lines and wrinkles

Acne scars

Surgical scars

Burn scars

Dilated pores

Under eye bags

Stretch marks

Overall skin texture

Overall skin elasticity

Uneven skin tone

Skin pigmentation

Sun damage

The treatment of microneedling is based on skin’s ability to repair itself when there is an occurrence of any physical damage like cuts, scratch or burns.

Microneedling treatment involves the use of a  Dermapen to pierce the tiny holes in a specific pattern on the area being treated, your body will then respond by sending collagen and elastin to heal the area where treatment is carried out. The collagen and elastin that are produced by creating the tiny wounds will not only heal the damaged area, but the surrounding areas, ultimately smothering the scars, reducing the fine line and wrinkles and making the skin plumper and younger looking. Apart from this, the other benefit is that if any topical cream or serum is applied to the skin after the microneedling, it will be more effective as it will be absorbed by the deeper layers of the skin.


Dermapen is the most advanced microneedling machine which is recommended for treating the sensitive and hard to reach areas like around the eyes, lips and nose. The treatment with Dermapen will give you results similar to laser treatments, but with no pain and minimal downtime.

Why choose Dermapen skin needling over the surgical treatments?

The Dermapen skin needling gives you rejuvenated and plumper skin with no pain, minimal discomfort and with very little downtime

In this therapy, disposable needles are used which eliminates the risk of cross-contamination

The depth of the needles is adjustable and this allows for a treatment customized to the patient’s needs

Being the most advanced treatment, it can easily treat the hard to reach areas like around the nose, eyes, and lips

Needles are injected vertically so that it can easily penetrate scar tissue

It is the most controlled and consistent treatment that yields optimal results

It causes less pain and redness for the patient