The Dermaroller® offers a real breakthrough in cosmetic treatments. Using micro-needling, the Dermaroller® stimulates the skin to rebuild collagen and also allows product to absorb deep within the skin.
Results for a variety of conditions on the face and body have been remarkable.
Dermaroller® “Before and After” Results Gallery
Before and after photos
Dermaroller® Frequently Asked Questions
What is Genuine Dermaroller® Therapy?
The Genuine Dermaroller® is a nonsurgical skin resurfacing treatment.
The professional Dermaroller® used at Quinn Clinics is a sterile 1.5 inch roller which has 150 tiny needles attached. It is made from surgical steel. Treatment involves creating thousands of tiny needle columns in the skin. These columns penetrate into the dermis of the skin with a width of about 0.1 mm.
This micro trauma to the skin stimulates natural collagen production.
What is it used for?
As it stimulates collagen production, the Dermaroller® therapy has a number of clinical applications, including:
- Acne scarring
- Skin rejuvenation
- Fine lines and wrinkle
- Improving surgical and traumatic scars
- Stretch marks.
What are the possible side effects?
Immediately after your treatment your skin will have the appearance of mild sunburn. This redness typically lasts for several hours only but may persist for several days. Your skin will also feel dry and may feel tight for a few days.
Infection is very rare but has been reported.
What does it cost?
Individual Genuine Dermaroller® treatments at Quinn Clinics in Bristol cost £300. A reduction in price is available if a course is bought in advance.
For patients planning to maximize results by having regular treatments throughout the year, we offer a payment plan which reduces the cost of treatment by up to 20%.
The manufacturer’s website contains further information on the professional Dermaroller®, and more images of Dermaroller® results.
Note, Quinn Clinics only offer the genuine Dermaroller® treatment, carried out by a specialist Doctor. This is a professional treatment and should not be confused with home treatments.