Dermapen is a skin rejuvenation application. With the dermapen, also known as collagen induction therapy, the skin is pierced with small needles and the skin is provided to produce elastin and collagen. In this way, it is aimed to make the skin look younger and better.
In Which Situations Is Dermapen Procedure Applied?
Dermapen application is done to renew the skin. It is not only applied to rejuvenate the skin. Collagen lost due to scars and acne can be produced by dermapen application. Dermapen application is applied in the following cases:
- Fine lines and wrinkles
- Dark spots on the skin
- Decreased skin elasticity
- Ringworm (alopecia)
- Large pores
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Benefits of Dermapen Application
Dermapen benefits are varied. However, the most basic benefit is that it increases the production of collagen. Collagen is an essential protein that helps keep skin looking smooth and youthful. Producing the amount of collagen that decreases with advanced age is important against wrinkles. An increase in college always means a youthful skin appearance. There are studies showing that Dermapen treatment is also effective on acne scars. Thanks to the micro needles, the hardened scar tissue is broken down and the tissue is healed. Studies have been published in which dermapen has positive effects on other wounds.
Who is the Dermapen Procedure Applied to?
The procedure can be applied to adults. Micro needling is not recommended for people with the following problems.
- An active skin infection
- Active acne
- Active herpes
- Keloid scars
- Combination skin structure
- Collagen vascular diseases
- Fungal infection
- Immune system suppression
- People who use blood thinners should also share this with their doctor before the procedure. These people have a higher risk of bleeding.
- It may give better results in people with dark skin tones.