Do you suffer from aged and sun damage skin? Perhaps you have scars, stretch marks, décolletage lines or wrinkles?

Microneedling - Dermaroller™


Dermaroller has been a huge success in anti-ageing and skin rejuvenation. However, it is gradually being superceded by SkinPen Microneedling treatments.Bother these microneedling procedures are highly effective at reducing and removing the appearance of scars, stretch marks, lines and wrinkles on the face and body.


Microneedling is reknowned to be one of the very best ways to restore ageing skin to its more youthful and natural self. Impressively, it creates Collagen in abundance during the healing process, (post treatment). This increase in Collagen and creation of new skin cells will transform your skin to become glowing, smooth, firm and healthy.



What we recommend you do now

After booking your microneedling appointment, you would have an in-depth consultation (£45) with one of our qualified skin therapists. This consultation will determine if the expected treatment is right for you and whether the technician feels it will give you the expected results.

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What is a Dermaroller?

A Dermaroller is a handheld, manual device that has a cylindrical drum attached to the end. This drum is surrounded by small needles that when rolled over the surface of the skin cause a mild trauma to it. This trauma stimulates a healing response from the skin which in turn increases collagen and elastin production. It is collagen and elastin that give the skin a firm and smooth texture.

Dermarollers have different needle lengths. The lengths used used depend upon the skin concern being treated – see below

0.25mm Dermaroller

  • enlarged pores
  • post inflammatory hyperpigmentation (blemishes)
  • skin discolouration

0.50mm Dermaroller

  • sun-damaged or sagging skin
  • wrinkles
  • uneven skin tone or texture
  • enlarged pores
  • postinflammatory hyperpigmentation (blemishes)
  • skin discolouration
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Microneedling - Dermaroller™

1.00mm Dermaroller

  • shallow acne scars
  • sun-damaged or sagging skin
  • wrinkles
  • uneven skin tone or texture
  • skin discolouration

1.50mm Dermaroller

  • deep acne scars
  • sun-damaged or sagging skin
  • stretch marks
  • surgical scars
  • winkles

2.00 Dermaroller

  • Stretch marks
  • Cellulite

Treatments at a glance

Procedure Time


Back on your Feet



Local Anaesthetic Cream

Sensitivity Time

Up to 14 days


Full results may take up to 3 months

Results Duration

2-3 Years

Full Recovery


Number of Treatments

A course may be recommend at 6 weekly intervals

Potential Risks

Avoid UV for at least 14 days after treatment

Before & After

Your Questions Answered

Your skin is very thin, but made up of three layers: epidermis, dermis, subcutaneous. Microneedling is designed to penetrate the epidermis with very fine tiny needles, this stimulates collagen and allows the body to heal itself.

The tiny needles create small wounds to the edpidermis. The epidermis will then go through 3 different stages of healing:

  • Inflammation
  • Proliferation (tissue formation)
  • Tissue remodelling

It may seem a little drastic to create small wounds, but in doing so the leucocytes (white blood cells) begin to act and repair the damaged tissue, remove debris and kill bacteria. This process produces a massive surge of collagen and more elastin.

The skin with more collagen and elastin will progressively tighten over the following months.

The Dermaroller is made up of a small, solid wheel attached to a little stick that is covered with hundreds of minuscule ‘micro-medical’ needles that penetrate the skin, creating lots of tiny ‘wounds’. Your skin responds by producing extra collagen to ‘heal’ the punctures and plump up the skin to enhance the natural blood supply – so you get a natural ‘glow’.

By the age of 50, most men and women have lost almost 50% of their collagen. Collagen is the vital component within the skin that keeps the skin plump and firm. Micro-Needling Dermaroller treatments within the Hertfordshire clinic, puncture the skin, causing it to effectively traumatise. This kicks starts the skin to want to produce new collagen and new healthy skin cells which replace the dying ones which have become prominent in older age.

You should avoid any potentially irritating skincare products at least 3 days prior to your treatment. You should then avoid intensive UV exposure and artificial exposure for at least 2 weeks after your procedure. It is important that you use a high-level broad spectrum UVB|UVA sun protectant on a daily basis during this period, even in winter and on cloudy days.

Once the redness has cleared following an EDS the procedure, it is important that the skin is cared for on an ongoing daily basis with an effective anti-ageing regime. The BeauSynergy specialists will recommend a regime most suitable for you, which will also help maintain the results.

After your procedure, you can expect a significant improvement in your skin’s texture and tone. The results may take a little time to show, this could be up to 3 months. Rest assured that the results you see over time will look natural and be long lasting

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