A dermaroller is a cylindrical drum shape surrounded by microneedles.
The device creates superficial breaks in the skin when rolled upon it.
It stimulates the growth of collagen fibres below the skin.
Due to the protective function of the skin barrier and the big molecular size of ingredients used in skincare, approximately 99.7% of the applied or sprayed nutritive elements cannot pass through the stratum corner. which is the outmost layer of the skin, but remain on the skin and finally dissapear.
Overall, only 0.3%of the applied nutritive elements can infiltrate into the skin.
Therefore, to solve this problem and increase penetration, microneedle rollers are designed to create physical pathways through the skin to increase permeability
and allow delivery of active ingredients.
Dermafix – Automated Pen Device
The Genosys automated pen device, the ‘Dermafix’ also stimulates the growth of collagen fibres by creating superficial breaks in the skin.
Topical anaesthetic is not needed so therefore treatment time and cost is reduced.
Microneedling results in the natural response to wounding of the skin, even though the wound is minute and mainly subcutaneous.
A single needle prick would cause an invisible response.
However, when thousands or tens of thousands of fine pricks are placed together one gets a “field effect”.
This therefore promotes the normal post-traumatic release of growth factors and infiltration of fibroblasts.
This reaction is automatic and produces a surge of activity that inevitably leads to fibroblasts being instructed to produce more collagen and elastin.
How to get qualified to use microneedling products
You must be qualified to purchase microneedling products from our store.
Skin Health Solutions are partnered with the well renowned Emma Coates Aesthetic Training
Emma Coates AT provide incredibly competitive courses in various skin care treatments.
To qualify for the microneedling course you must be level 3 in beauty therapy, nurse, dentist, doctor, pharmacist.