Skin Needling Before & After care

THOSE WHO ARE NOT IDEAL CANDIDATES FOR SKIN NEEDLING:


  • Anyone that is under medical care,

  • is on a high blood pressure medication, heart medication,

  • is diabetic with an insulin pump,

  • is not in general good health, or a poor healer,

  • has an active herpetic breakout,

  • has just had an invasive laser treatment

  • Allergies (Histamine Response)

  • Cystic active acne

  • Active Psoriasis or Eczema

  • Very Lax skin (loose skin)

  • If you have prone to keloid scarring 

  • Anyone that has any type of facial skin disease or disorder that would be a contraindication

  • Anyone with scars that are less than 6 months old

  • Anyone that has had facial fillers or Botox, in the past 7 days

  • Anyone that has had a facial treatment like injections,  Chemical peels, Retinol Acid, TSA, Jessner... in the past 2 weeks

  • Anyone who has had facial surgery in the past 6 months

  • Anyone that has been using corto-steroids on the treatment area, as this thins the skin’s tissue.

  • Anyone with Herpes, cold sores, postponed until clear.

  • Anyone on Roaccutane & Retin-A (One year prior)

  • Anyone with a topical fake tans

  • Anyone that had an IPL treatment 4 weeks before.

Before Appointment

For Your Beauty Needs

I do recommend to take Vitamin A, C, E & Omega 3 supplements 20 days prior to treatment! Always eat plenty of fruits & Vegetables! Contact me for more information, I'll be happy to help you!

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Post procedure Skin appearance

Top of the Line

Immediately after the procedure, the tissue may be slightly swollen, tender or red. For most, this will completely fade overnight or within 24 hours with a healthy glow in the morning. For others, very tiny little scabs may occur and fade away with subtle light skin peeling within 2-4 days.

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Aftercare

The Difference that only you can do!

Recommendations:

  • Do not wash or wet for 12h

  • Do not drink orange juice or acid food for 2-3 days

  • Do not exfoliating agents such as scrubs or AHAs (glycolic acid) for 3-5 days.

  • Use mild cleanser and moisturiser for 5-7 days.

  • Sun Block with an SPF of 50+ is advised at all times

  • Avoid makeup application overnight. If you use makeup on broken skin, the risk of bacteria entering the procedure area, as well as the makeup filtering its way into the open tissue, can be detrimental by causing darker pigmentation and infection.

  • After the skin has healed, the use of AHA’s will help to keep the top layer of skin softened and sloughed off resulting in younger looking skin.

  • Using topical Vitamin C, A or E and Collagen producing products will help the glow of the skin after 5 days only.

FOLLOW UP TREATMENTS

The number of repeat treatments will vary considerably according to the initial existing condition of the skin and desired results. This will be discussed case-by-case at your initial consultation. 

The procedure can be repeated at 4-8 weeks intervals allowing the skin natural collagen and elastin to rejuvenate.

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