DermaPen™ Treatments at the Essex Laser Clinic

DermaPen™ at Essex Laser Clinic

What is DermaPen™ and what does it treat?

DermaPen™ at Essex Laser Clinic

Essex Laser Clinic is delighted to introduce a new skin rejuvenation therapy, the DermaPen™ to our clients.

DermaPen™ prompts the natural release of the skin’s collagen and elastin for amazing anti-aging benefits, all without the need for surgery. It is the UK’s leading non-surgical skin regeneration treatment due to its effectiveness and safety.

DermaPen™ at Essex Laser ClinicMost clients notice an improvement in skin texture and quality within a week of treatment, particularly within the following areas:

  • Skin tightening, lifting and rejuvenation
  • Acne scars and wound healing
  • Improvement in wrinkles and fine lines
  • Pigmentation
  • Stretch marks
  • Minimising pore size

As we age, the natural production of the skin’s supporting cells, fibroblasts, and the skin’s collagen and elastin, naturally diminish leading to wrinkles, sagging and hollows. DermaPen™ stimulates the skin to produce more fibroblasts, collagen and elastin, making it an ideal alternative therapy to facelifts and other surgical anti-aging interventions.

DermaPen™ skin needling works by penetrating the skin from 20 to 90 times per second with an adjustable speed, and from a .25mm to 1mm depth, depending on the area being treated.

It is undertaken with minimal discomfort and anaesthetic cream can be used prior. It is quick, taking only 5-10 minutes per treated area, and the benefits can be life changing from those suffering from prominent acne or other scarring.

DermaPen™ Before and After Photos

DermanPen Acne Scars Treatment
Dermapen Scar Treatment Essex
Lip Needling with DermaPen Essex

Our track record of happy clients at the Essex Laser Clinic is second to none, so please feel free to discuss any concerns with Amanda and her team.

Do wish to look and feel fabulous immediately?

Please contact us now to arrange your FREE Consultation with Amanda and her Skincare Specialists