All Pictures taken before the COVID-19 pandemic. Individual results may vary.
Reduce Fine Lines and Wrinkles
Sarah offers Microneedling treatments at her clinic in Petts Wood. Microneedling uses a series of very fine needles to gently puncture the skin, making it easier for product to be applied. Treatments stimulate the production of collagen by creating a controlled injury. When the skin heals itself, new collagen and elastin are generated, resulting in smoother, healthier and firmer skin.
We use an automated e-Derma stamp system.
Improve Skin Quality
Microneedling treatments are generally used to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles whilst improving the quality of the skin. Treatments can also be used to reduce the appearance of scars and soften stretch marks. Patients with acne scars visit us and coupled with a personalised skincare regime, can see pleasing results. Microneedling treatments are safe for all skin types and a course of treatments are required for best results.
Microneedling Key Points
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Sarah Holness is a registered nurse with 30 years’ experience. Book a face to face consultation at our Petts Wood aesthetic clinic.
Frequently Asked Questions
Microneedling treatments are not overly painful. A numbing cream is applied before treatment to minimise discomfort.
Dermal fillers are contraindicated whilst pregnant or breast feeding because the micro-needles produce micro-injuries on the skin, which naturally causes a repair process to begin. This healing process and production of new collagen requires vitamins and nutrients to be utilised that would otherwise be reserved for the unborn child.
Sarah will suggest the number of treatments required to achieve optimum results during your consultation. Patients will typically require 3 to 6 treatments.
Prior to your appointment, we will take a full medical history and Sarah will assess whether you are suitable for treatment. We offer free face to face consultations at our clinic in Petts Wood.
During your consultation you will have chance to ask questions and express any concerns about your treatment.