Microneedling

Microneedling

If you’re looking to improve the texture of your skin, reduce fine lines and reduce scaring then microneedling may be the treatment The Beresford Clinic recommends for you. Microneedling may benefit you if you have a deeper skin issues that may not be effectively treated by at-home skincare routines or peels.

Microneedling is a minimally invasive procedure that uses tiny needles that prick the skin triggering the body’s natural healing process to generate new collagen and skin tissue for a firmer, smoother and more toned appearance to the skin.

One of the main benefits of microneedling is the reduction of fine lines, crows feet and deep wrinkles in the forehead. The process uses the own body’s natural healing process to promote elastin and collagen production which will produce a more natural and youthful glow.

Acne scarring can be treated using microneedling very successfully along with pigmentation issues and skin damaged by the sun.

If you are looking for a treatment that can help correct skin damaged by the signs of ageing, microneedling can be used to tighten mature skin that has become loose. Microneedling can also help to reduce enlarged pores by stimulating the collagen around the pore area which causes them to plump and much smaller.

 

Microneedling

Price per treatment

£200

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Did you know?

One of the many benefits of microneedling is that it will help with absorption so your skincare products will be able to penetrate the skin deeper and work their magic.

What is the difference between microneedling and microdermabrasion?

A common question that we’re asked is what’s the difference between microdermabrasion and microneedling?

While both treatments work to regenerate and produce newer, healthier skin, there are clear differences between them.

MICRODERMABRASION

As an overview, microdermabrasion is an exfoliating treatment that uses a hand held vacuum and crystals to relieve dullness and unclog pores as well as smooth away early signs of lines or wrinkles.

MICRO NEEDLING

Microneedling is a treatment that uses micro-fine needles to rejuvenate the skin (commonly where there is scarring, marks left from spots and large pores), by kick-starting collagen production which your skin needs to stay firm and regenerate scar tissue.

What is the procedure for microneedling?

your practitioner will use a 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 the same day. Your practitioner will use a topical anaesthetic to numb the skin making the procedure more comfortable. It will normally take up to 30 minutes for the topical anaesthetic to work and 20 – 30 minutes for the procedure.

When will I see results?

You will see result immediately after your first treatment, howver we will normally recommend that your Microneedling treatment consists of a series of three procedures with approximately 6 weeks between them. In the treatment of acne scars and other types of scarring it may be necessary for your practitioner to extend your therapy, carrying up to five procedures.

Your Specialists

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Jayne Stewart

AESTHETIC NURSE PRACTITIONER

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Jules Chapman

SKINCARE SPECIALIST 

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The Beresford Clinic team want to ensure you are confident and happy that you have made an informed decision on the treatments or procedures that are right for you. This personalised service is why the clinic prefers to make appointments over the phone. 

No one knows your body better than you and everyone is different, hence consultation is paramount to creating the right journey to achieve your ultimate goals. The consultation team will talk you through the treatments and procedures and create a tailored plan that is perfect for your needs.

Please complete our consultation form via the link below and we will contact you to book your consultaion or treatment.