Skin Needling

Micro Skin Needling is a popular cosmetic procedure used for skin regeneration and treatment of various skin conditions such as Scarring, Hyper Pigmentation Wrinkles and Stretch Marks.

It is considerably cheaper than other rejuvenating procedures such as resurfacing lasers, and has been found to be effective at promoting collagen.

The procedure involves the use of an automated machine studded with micro needles as small as 0.1mm in diameter. It creates numerous micro-punctures through the skin with minimal damage to the upper epidermal layer, but microscopic injury to the deeper dermal layer.

The injury and minor bleeding triggers a "wound-healing" cascade in the skin. This results in increased collagen and elastin (elastic fibres) production and repair.

The skin should ideally be pre-treated with appropriate skin care products that can boost skin regeneration, such as retinol (vitamin A) creams, Hyaluronic Acid, Zinc and antioxidants including vitamin C.

Studies have shown significant improvement in the appearance of wrinkles and scars following micro needling, due to collagen and elastic fibre production that help the skin become more "filled out".

Following the procedure, clients can expect some pinpoint bleeding that settles quickly, as well as redness and some minor discomfort. They may experience some mild swelling and redness for a few days.

The tiny injuries to the dermal (deeper) layer of the skin cause an inflammatory cascade, triggering proliferation of cells in the dermis (upper layer) and subsequent new skin formation.

Researchers have demonstrated increased collagen and elastin thickness in skin biopsies after Micro Skin Needling, and this improvement is usually evident within three to four weeks. Further changes can be seen for some months.

Although definite improvement is usually seen, it may be subtle and slow. The efficacy and results may be enhanced using combination treatments such as micro needling with chemical peels and LED Light Facials.

Skin Needling

Skin Needling


Yes, you can wear makeup to the appointment if need be – I can cleanse the area prior to applying anaesthetic. Although it’s more ideal if you do not wear makeup as the removal process can add additional trauma to the area


Plasma Fibroblast and Skin Needling are non-surgical treatment. Some areas are a little more sensitive then others.  Most clients report minimal to no pain  Strong topical numbing cream is applied to numb treated area prior to the procedure.


The treatment should last long-term, although it is difficult to predict exactly. Ageing is a dynamic process and there are many factors affecting clients individually. Lifestyle, diet and genetics, just to mention a few. As of today, permanent results are not possible, with any treatments or surgeries, as the skin is still be subject to ageing.

The skin will continue to relax and loosen again over time.

How Many Sessions Are Required?

A minimum of 6 treatments is required spaced 6 weekly a part, to achieve the optimum rejuvenation


For all treatments, any cancellations made within 24 hours of the scheduled appointment, will incur losing your deposit or a 25% charge at your next appointment

What Can Skin Needling Treat?

Micro Needling is used to treat:
• Wrinkles & Fine Lines
• Lack of Skin Firmness & Elasticity
• Scarring – Acne, Chicken Pocks, Boils, Bites
• Enlarged or open pores
• Blackheads, Pimples, Milia
• Sun Damaged Pigmentation
• Under-eye bags
• Stretch Marks
• Nasolabial Lines and Smokers Lines