Fractional Fusion Mesotherapy with EDS-Dermastamp
Make a change to your skin
We all have bugbears that affect our confidence, whether it's fine lines around the eyes, a dull complexion or maybe acne scars and stretchmarks. What we all want is to be able to tackle those issues safely, without too much discomfort or downtime, and without the worry of the results looking unnatural and obvious. Well, with professional skin needling combined with Fusion Mesotherapy, all those things are within your reach.
The treatment, using the highest quality, clinically proven medical devices and active ingredients, stimulates natural responses within your skin that over time help to regenerate it, leaving you with natural, long-lasting and outstanding results for:
Photo-damaged and ageing skin
Facial and decollete lines and wrinkles
Fusion Fractional Mesotherapy combines two concepts, the first being advance collagen stimulation therapy and the second, the introduction of traditional pharmaceuticals, vitamins, minerals, growth factors, biomimetic peptides, and amino acids into the skin to target specific conditions.
Skin Needling or Collagen stimulation or Collagen Induction Therapy as it is also known, has long been a popular and effective treatment. Originally performed via a dermaroller, in recent years advancements have progressed from a hand held device to an electronic device that offers not only superior results but has also resulted in an increase in comfort for the individual receiving the treatment.
It is important to remember that not all practitioners offering electronic skin needling treatments are performing a Fusion Fractional Mesotherapy treatment. Fusion Fractional Mesotherapy is a specialist treatment undertaken by practitioners that have specialist knowledge and training in Mesotherapy, providing the skill and ability to treat each client’s individual condition, resulting in the best possible outcome.
The Fusion Mesotherapy products that are used within the treatments are of the highest quality, and contain the most advanced ingredients, and unique formulas. When Fusion Mesotherapy is combined with collagen stimulation, the results supersede standard dermal roller or electronic needling results. Why? Because having a true and in-depth understanding of each client’s skin, flexibility to treat multiple conditions at the same time, the knowledge of how to use most advanced products, coupled with a superior device, provides us with the ability to reach and meet expectations overtime through our advanced treatment plans.
The causes of ageing skin
As you get older your skin's processes become less effective, which is when it begins to show visible signs of ageing. It produces less elastin and collagen, which keeps your skin smooth and firm, while skin cells renewal also begins to slow down. As these natural rejuvenating processes become less effective your skin's healthy cells and proteins become susceptible to lasting damage. This can result in your skin tone becoming less vibrant and forming of fine lines and wrinkles.
The natural anti-oxidants in your skin are also significantly reduced, leaving your skin vulnerable to photo-damage, which is caused by exposure to harmful UV rays in daylight. this damage can trigger the production of reactive oxygen species (ROS), which are harmful to the healthy cells and proteins in the skin, meaning the further exposure to UV rays, and unhealthy activities such as smoking, only accelerate your skin natural decline.
The causes of scarring
When the skin responds to trauma the body attempts to heal and repair itself. As part of this process it produces collagen in excessive amounts, which often knits together in irregular manner. This disrupts the normal structure of the epidermis (the top layer of the skin) and dermis (the lower layer of the skin), examples of which are the indented scars that we associate with acne scarring and stretchmarks. The latter occurs when the epidermis and dermis are thinned and collagen fibres become stretched and run parallel to the surface of the skin.
How professional skin needling works
Professional skin needling produces thousands of micro-needle columns in the skin, which in turn stimulates the skin to naturally regenerate and repair itself.
The holes close up quickly while your skin's natural processes are kick-started under the surface.
As part of this stimulation new collagen can be formed, new skin cells generated and the structure of the dermis, the lower level of the skin, enhanced. This natural process takes time, so it can take up to six weeks before you see significant results- although the process will continue over the following months and several treatments are usually required.
|The results are not only smoother, brighter rejuvenated skin, but it can also lead to an improvement in appearance of acne scars and stretch marks.
EDS Regenerate Dermastamp uses the leading electronically powered device to stimulate the epidermis and dermis, allowing your practitioner to control intensity and needle length throughout the process to maximize results. EDS Regenerate is also considered is also considered to be a more comfortable treatment than manual skin needling.
Before your treatment is started your skin will be numbed with topical anesthetic, so you'll remain comfortable throughout. The actual treatment will take around 20 minutes depending on the area of the skin that is being treated- overall your appointment is likely to last one hour- nothing when you consider the results you will see! The recommended course is usually three to six at about 6 weeks apart.
Immediately after the treatment you will look as though you have moderate sunburn and your skin may feel warm and tighter than usual. This will start to subside over the following 2-3 hours and will normally recover within 24-48 hours. Occasionally the redness may persist for 3-4 days.
Use tepid water to cleanse the face for the following 48 hours and dry gently. Always make sure your hands and towels are clean when touching treated area.
Avoid saunas, steam rooms, excessive exercise, hot baths or showers until the redness has gone. Also avoid aggressive skin products until the redness has subsided.
Avoid intense sun light exposure and artificial UV exposure for period of at least 2 weeks after your procedure. Use a broad spectrum UVA and UVB sun protection with SPF 50 on daily basis during this period, even in the winter or on cloudy days.
Once the redness has gone the skin may exfoliate more and feel drier than normal.
Active acne or papules and pustules in the treatment area.
Active Herpes infection (cold sore), solar keratoses, other active cutaneous inflammation or infection, psoriasis or eczema in the treatment area.
Prone to keloid scars
Patients taking anticoagulant therapy for example Warfarin with unstable blood levels and an abnormal clotting profile.
Patients with or with a history of skin cancer.
Patients with or with a history of other forms of cancer.
Patients with an impaired immune system due to immunosuppressive disease or medication such chemotherapy, radiotherapy or high doses of corticosteroids, and uncontrolled diabetes mellitus.
Patients taking oral prescription retinoids such as Roaccutane should not have the treatment until 6 months after stopping the medication.
Patients who are pregnant or breast-feeding are also contraindicated for this treatment.