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Medical Micro Needling 

Micro-needling can also help tackle skin problems such as scarring, dark marks, sun damage and ageing. It uses small needles that cause tiny punctures in the surface of the skin. Skin cells immediately race to respond to the tiny wounds and start the healing process. As a result, the process will almost immediately cause a plumping effect, and as a consequence the production of collagen and elastin will be triggered. This treatment is less intense and causes less downtime than a deeper treatment, such as a peel, and still achieves a more youthful complexion.


  • Reduces open pores

  • Lowers the depth of scars

  • Lighten the pigmentation of scars

  • Rejuvenates and nourishes the skin

  • Promotes the production of collagen and elastin

  • Improve skin tone and firmness

  • Skin lifting

  • Minimises the depth and size of fine lines and wrinkles

  • Boosts hydration levels

  • Creates more youthful, fresher and healthier looking skin


  • What is Medical Micro-needling?

  • This therapy is most often used for skin rejuvenation, to fight against scarring, reduce enlarged pores, and lessen lines and wrinkles; it also improves the elasticity of loose skin. It effectively addresses eye-bags, sun damage and age spots.  This process leaves the skin looking firmer, smoother and younger and relies on the skin’s own natural rejuvenating power.


                                      Single Session              6 Sessions

Medical Micro Needling      £120                         £600 

  • How Skin Needling works?

  • Micro-Needle Skin Therapy is a multi-function skin therapy that uses multiple thin needles to gently penetrate the skin to leave it looking firmer, smoother and younger. Due to the micro-injuries to the skin caused by the gentle, controlled needling method used in Micro-Needle Skin Therapy an organic self-repair mechanism will commence almost immediately. This leads to the subsequent sloughing off of the old and damaged skin tissue. It is replaced by new cells on a microcosmic scale.

  • Who can benefit from Micro-Needling?

  • Because it is a natural alternative, it is found that this form of therapy is enormously popular. Micro-Needling causes significantly less outer layer (epidermal) damage than other therapies and is a preferred method of skin rejuvenation. This method is extremely effective and is hugely popular with clients who prefer a rejuvenation method involving significantly less epidermal damage than alternative treatments.

  • How many sessions will it take?

  • It may be recommended to have a session every 3-4 weeks with an average of 6-10 sessions in a treatment programme. Ongoing monthly maintenance sessions will be required.

  • Does it hurt?

  • Pain in most patients is minimal. However, in order to make the procedure far less painful your advanced and experienced aesthetic practitioner may numb the area using a topical anaesthetic cream prior to commencement of treatment to minimise sensation of treatment.