There are several cosmetic treatments that help in removing various skin issues, such as stretch marks, wrinkles and many more. Dermapen is one such device that makes use of the microneedling therapy to treat the skin issues. Read the following post to know more about dermapen and also to know how often you should use it.

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What Is Dermapen?

Dermapen is a microneedling pen that makes use of multiple needles that pierce the skin vertically and create lots of micro-injuries on the skin. These micro-injuries encourage and harness the power of your body’s innate ability to repair and re-grow itself in a natural way.

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It is proved that microneedling treatment enhances the skin rejuvenation and it is even safer than the traditional cosmetic treatments. The effectiveness of microneedling is increased with the automatic vibrating function of the Dermapen. It must be mentioned that treatments through Dermapen is known to be as effective, as the treatments like laser resurfacing, fraxel and chemical peels.

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Dermapen can be used to effectively treat stretch marks, acne scars, scars, wrinkles on skin, surgery scars and hair re-growth.

How Often Should You Use a Dermapen?

Microneedling procedures using Dermapen can be repeated safely in every 4 to 6 weeks so as to achieve the best results. However, mild treatments with dermapen microneedling can be repeated every 2 weeks or 4 weeks, while the deep treatments for scars can be repeated in every 4 or 6 weeks. It must be mentioned that the number of treatments that you might require with your Dermapen usually depend on how your skin responds to the treatment, and also the extent of the skin damage at the beginning of the treatment.

Conclusion

If you are willing to go for a microneedling treatment with Dermapen for alleviating any of your skin issues, you must first consult your dermatologist or your doctor and know about the results and the side effects of Dermapen treatment and then follow his advice.

Pramod Kerkar

Written, Edited or Reviewed By:

, MD,FFARCSI

Pain Assist Inc.

Last Modified On: February 6, 2019

This article does not provide medical advice. See disclaimer

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