Dermal Rolling

The mesotherm dermal rolling method or a hand held roller can be used in the sessions. The mesotherm method uses vacuum suction and radio frequency combined with the dermal rolling. This means that the skin is tightened at the same time as the skin is being rolled.

Dermal rolling really looks like one of the big new skin care sensations over the past year and the results are amazing.


Derma Roller treatment that “traumatises the skin in order to heal it” and works by micro-wounding the skin so as to stimulate it into producing extra collagen and elastin.
Each and every roller session uses a sterile device with hundreds of strategically placed micro-needles attached to it, that can range from 0.5mm to 1.5mm in length.

To lessen the pain, a topical anaesthetic is applied to the area to be treated 30 minutes before treatment commences, so the most you will feel during a session is the odd, mildly uncomfortable stinging sensation as the device is passed over your skin. During a session, an active topical serum will be applied since absorption rates increase to up to 80% after the procedure has been carried out.

Who for?

Dermal rolling is suitable for all types of skin.

  • Ageing
  • Pigmentation
  • Acne Scarring
  • Fine lines and wrinkles


Dermal rolling treatments are suitable for maintaining a youthful looking epidermis, as the procedure restores radiance and visibly improves skin elasticity and bounce, so it’s suitable to incorporate into your general skin care regime, even if you don’t have any specific skin issues that need tackling.

As for results, you can expect to see a visible improvement after a course of six sessions, (7-14 days apart) with some clients reporting a difference in their skin tone after just two or three sessions.

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