Microneedling / MCA
Facial & Body Aesthetics
Please contact the business to discuss your needs as due to Covid 19 only medical and sub medical procedures can be offered at the present time and until government advice changes (for anything regarding all types of Alopecia, Chemo and Cancer related, Trichotillomania, Nipple/Areola, Cleft Lip, Vitiligo, Burns, Disfigurement, Scarring, Loss of Features please contact now).
We can also pre-reserve cosmetic procedures for the future dates but please be advised that times and dates might change based on the guidance at the time.
Skin Needling, also known as MCA or multi-Trepannic Collagen Actuation, is a technique used by Permanent Cosmetics Artists in which, as a result of the healing process, benefits are achieved in wrinkle and stretch mark fillings, scar remodelling and skin re-pigmentation. The treatment can be used also to reduce acne scarring, surgical scarring, burn contractures and trauma scarring. Benefits of those treatments are widely recognised by the medical industry.
Wrinkle Therapy & Stretch Marks Reduction
Collagen and Elastin are the keys to supple skin and the appearance of wrinkles is evidence that the skin is losing them. By shocking the skin we encourage the body to manufacture more collagen and elastin through the healing process. With the Stretch Marks the treatment helps to create Melanin to restore the colour and also Elastin to bring back the structure to the skin.
Additional benefits are added by applying the B5 Serum (Hyaluronic Acid) to the treatment area after the procedure. Hyaluronic Acid is found naturally in the human body and it helps to plump, moisturise and sooth the area.
Scar Relaxation & Removal of the Scar Tissue Excess Collagen
Treatment is designed to break down the scar tissue so it can be absorbed and removed by the lymphatic system. At the same time the healthy skin cells are stimulated into re-producing fresh Collagen, Elastin and Melanin to restore the original structure and colour of the skin.
Pigment Recovery Stimulation
The process is designed to stimulate the body to renew and repair the affected area, allowing the melanocytes to move freely in the dermal layer of the skin, the process is also known as phagocytosis. Stimulation to the area triggers body to re-programme and return the area to the state it was before the trauma took place.