Micro-needling treatment

dr. Beauty Pen

  • stitch depth: 0.25-2.75 mm
  • ergonomic design
  • model: newest technology – wireless electric pen
  • solid stainless steel needles
  • 5 speeds
  • powerful engine
  • easy to use
  • effective treatment


  • against facial puffiness, "puffy face" or "morning face"
  • removal or treatment of scars
  • removal or treatment of acne scars
  • surgical scar removal
  • anti-wrinkle treatment
  • against aging
  • hair loss treatment
  • treatment of hyperpigmentation


  • visual and visible improvement within a few days of the first treatment
  • short healing time
  • without permanent damage or injury
  • no bruises (hematomas)
  • no infection
  • without hyperpigmentation after treatment
  • extremely high absorption of any active ingredient during the treatment
  • almost all skin types can be treated
  • thickens the dermis without damage
  • no damage to the epidermis

Application by region

Dermalorel vs. Dermapen

Disadvantages of Dermaroller compared to dermapen:

  • pain
  • possible heavier bleeding
  • possible damage to the epidermis

Advantages of dermapen compared to dermaroller:

  • simple adjustment of the penetration depth of the needles
  • shorter time needed to perform the treatment
  • minimal bleeding
  • minimal pain
  • the possibility of treating all regions of the face, including the nose and the region around the eyes
  • disposable needles
  • without the risk of transmitting infections

Probability of results: Collagen induction therapy

  • acne
  • skin rejuvenation: lifting, skin tightening, rejuvenation
  • scars from acne and surgery
  • stretch marks (results better than th laser)
  • wrinkles and lines
  • enlarged pores
  • stimulates the formation of collagen
  • hypo and hyperpigmentation
  • alopecia
  • vitiligo
  • rosacea
  • telangiectasiaseborrhea
  • millions


  • clean the face of make-up and impurities in the usual way
  • to remove dead cells so that nutrients can more easily and deeply penetrate the skin:
    • peeling: k-surgery peels: milky, almond, salicylic, pyruvic and glycolic = effective and easy to use
    • tc plus (10% tca)
    • microdermabrasion
  • apply anesthetic and cover with foil
  • remove the anesthetic completely! (strict adherence!)
  • facial disinfection with octenisept (spray and wait for it to dry)
  • dermapen treatment (protocol according to indication) and application of mesotherapy cocktail

(channels close within 1 hour)


  • chronic skin diseases
  • infections
  • malignant diseases
  • active purulent acne
  • coagulation disorders
  • eczema
  • herpes
  • high temperature
  • moles
  • aspirin
  • pregnancy and breastfeeding
  • keloids
  • allergies to anesthetics
  • keratosis solaris

Typical changes after treatment

  • up to 24 hours: erythema, petechiae, minimal edema
  • 1 to 2 days: moderate erythema, petechiae, reduced edema, itching, feeling of dryness and tight skin
  • 2 to 3 days: reduced erythema, reduction of petechiae and edema, reduced itching, minimal peeling
  • 3 to 4 days: potentially mild dryness
  • 4 to 5 days: complete recovery and normalization of function

After the treatment, it is forbidden to:

  • direct exposure to UV rays
  • sauna
  • solarium
  • gym and other forms of intensive exercise
  • treatments such as microdermabrasion, laser, chemical peels, dermal fillers
  • tattoo
  • cosmetics and medicines with: retinoids, hydroquinones, alpha and beta hydroxy acids, benzoyl peroxide, alcohol: ethanol, sunscreens
  • hot baths, saunas, spa
  • self-tanning: spray or similar.
  • swimming in chlorinated water in pools


  • acne vulgaris iii-iv
  • papulo-pustular rosacea
  • herpes simplex
  • scleroderma
  • nipples
  • bacterial, fungal or other infections
  • open lesions
  • solar keratosis
  • skin cancers
  • hemophilia
  • keloids

KI for local anesthetic

  • pregnancy
  • breast-feeding
  • liver diseases
  • cholinesterase deficiency
  • pub allergy
  • allergy to sulfonamides
  • methemoglobinemia
  • cardiac arrhythmias
  • allergy to any component of the local anesthetic

Treatment duration - protocol

  • 45 min to 1 hour: including all stages of the treatment
  • facial cleansing
  • disinfection with Octenisept
  • anesthesia (e.g. Emla cream)
  • complete removal of anesthetic cream
  • disinfection with Octenisept
  • dermapen treatment
  • mesotherapy cocktail treatment (up to 1 hour from the start of the treatment)
  • mesotherapy diary for each patient with records: region treated, depth/length of needles, duration of treatment, types and amounts of anesthetics, types and amounts of mesotherapy cocktail, skin reaction during and after treatment