Renew your skin with Dermaroller. Dr Nyla’s clinics in Cheshire, Liverpool and Harley Street, London, provides Dermaroller for her patients to help them achieve flawless skin.
Genuine Dermaroller™ Therapy is an award-winning non-surgical skin regeneration procedure, which provides advanced micro-medical skin-needling, stimulating the skin to regenerate and repair itself naturally and safely, creating smoother, brighter, healthier, younger-looking skin.
It is an easy and innovative treatment which significantly improves the appearance of facial and décolleté lines and wrinkles, sun damaged and ageing skin, acne scars and stretch marks. Genuine Dermaroller™ treatments start the Collagen production process in the skin, and encourages the Dermis to repair itself on its own accord.
Dermaroller can be used for acne scars, aged and sun damaged skin, lines and wrinkles, and stretch marks.
Dr Nyla will use a Genuine Dermaroller™ medical device to produce thousands of micro-medical needle-columns in the skin. Each column will penetrate into the dermis of the skin and will be approximately 0.1mm in width. The column will close rapidly enabling the skin to recover quickly - often in the same day. Your practitioner will use a topical anaesthetic to numb the skin making the procedure comfortable; it will normally take up to 30 minutes for the topical anaesthetic to work and approximately 20 minutes for the Genuine Dermaroller™ Therapy procedure.
It helps with Collagen production and encourages the Dermis to repair itself on its own accord.
You will experience some redness after the treatment that looks like sun burn but this will subside around 24 hours after.
All skin is different. Using Dermaroller can help your skin to feel lighter and brighter within a few months. Clear results will be visible from 6 weeks. There will be redness to the skin for 24 hours afterwards, but no other side effects are reported.
Each treatment is performed following the application of topical anaesthetic to numb the skin making the procedure comfortable; following this, the procedure is relatively quick, lasting approximately 20 minutes.