Microneedling Pen




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Introducing Dermaesthetics' new microneedling pen, exclusively for licensed professionals. This wireless, dual-modality pen combines microneedling and nano-channeling, featuring a comfortable ergonomic design and stronger motor. It offers precise, adjustable needle depth for various skin concerns like fine lines and acne scars, ensuring minimal discomfort and maximum treatment efficacy.

FOR A LIMITED TIME: receive complimentary training on the new microneedling/nano-channeling pen with your purchase.

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DUAL-MODALITY REJUVENATION

This advanced pen combines the rejuvenating benefits of microneedling and nano-channeling, offering an exceptional treatment experience. It helps to significantly enhance collagen and elastin production, visibly reduce fine lines, wrinkles, scars, and hyperpigmentation, and improve the efficacy of skincare product absorption.

More than just a tool, it's a staple for every skincare professional to providing transformative skin treatments that yield safe, effective, and lasting results with minimal to zero downtime.

Microneedling Pen

CUSTOMIZED TREATMENTS

Tailor treatments to specific client needs with adjustable needle depth, addressing a variety of skin concerns effectively.

UNMATCHED PRECISION

Engineered for precision, ensuring controlled needle penetration for minimized discomfort and maximized efficacy.

ERGONOMIC AND EFFICIENT

An ergonomic design ensuring comfort during application with the strongest motor of our pens yet.

MINIMALLY INVASIVE & MINIMAL DOWNTIME

Unlike more invasive cosmetic procedures, microneedling and nano-channeling offers significant results with minimal downtime.

A HOLISTIC APPROACH

Application with curated Dermaesthetics products provides comprehensive care that extends beyond the treatment, resulting in lasting outcomes and delighted clients.

Collagen & Elastin Boost

Clients experience a noticeable increase in skin firmness and elasticity.

Skin Texture Improvement

Clients experience visible reduction in hyperpigmentation, scars, and fine lines.

Smoother, More Youthful Complexion

Gentle and safe, Ideal for clients seeking impactful results through a non-aggressive and safe approach.

Enhanced Product Absorption

Allow for deeper penetration of topical serums and creams, making them more effective.

"Bladderwrack extract has been found to be rich in antioxidants, including vitamins A, C, and E, as well as minerals like iodine. These antioxidants help protect the skin from free radical damage and environmental stressors, which are major contributors to premature aging."1,2,3

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BENEFITS THAT GO BEYOND SKIN DEEP

MORE THAN JUST A PEN

This Dermaesthetics' Pen is an innovative dual-function design that revolutionizes the realm of skin rejuvenation by combining Microneedling and Nano Channeling capabilities.

This easy-to-use pen allows for seamless switching between these two functions with just a change of the head tip, making it exceptionally versatile and user-friendly. Engineered with exceptional technology, it ensures controlled and precise needle penetration, significantly minimizing client discomfort while maximizing the efficacy of treatments.

Its advanced precision technology further enhances this by providing tailored treatments, thanks to the adjustable needle depth, which makes it suitable for a wide range of skin concerns and adaptable to all skin types and tones.

FOR A LIMITED TIME 

EMPOWERMENT THROUGH EDUCATION

With every purchase, gain exclusive access to comprehensive training in the new features and use of the pen. Elevate your expertise and confidence in using this safe and effective tool.

Learn how to achieve and amplify the benefits of microneedling and nano-channeling with the support of Dermaesthetics' professional product range. Ensure your clients receive the full spectrum of care for optimal results.

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SKINCARE SCIENCE

MANDELIC ACID 

Mandelic Acid is an alpha-hydroxy acid (AHA) derived from bitter almonds that makes it a great exfoliating agent for all skin complexions, including sensitivity concerns.

Due to its larger particle size, it absorbs into the skin more slowly, which can result in less irritation on the skin's surface. It is effective in addressing hyperpigmentation, uneven skin tone, and sun-damaged skin.

Through exfoliation, Mandelic Acid has antibacterial benefits that can help manage acne, helps skin appear firmer and more elastic, and reduces appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.

Microneedling vs Nano-Channeling

Explained by our cosmetic chemist,
Dr. Ann Lee

Microneedling, a minimally invasive procedure, uses fine needles to create micro-injuries on the skin, stimulating collagen and elastin production. This process, also known as collagen induction therapy, rejuvenates the skin, improving firmness, smoothness, and reducing signs of aging like fine lines, wrinkles, and scars. The procedure is versatile, addressing various skin issues with minimal downtime.

In contrast, nano-needling is a gentler, non-invasive technique involving microscopic needles to create superficial channels on the skin, without puncturing the skin. This method enhances skincare product penetration and stimulates collagen production, improving skin texture and reducing fine lines. Ideal for those seeking a subtle skin rejuvenation with no downtime, nano-needling offers a fresh, youthful complexion with less intensity than traditional microneedling.

Both microneedling and nano-needling offer unique benefits in the realm of skincare. With minimal downtime and versatility in treatment options, these techniques allow for customized skincare treatments that cater to the diverse needs of clients.

RESEARCH

1Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology. April 2022, 86(4):797-810

2Journal of Clinical Medicine. May 2022, 11(10):2744

3International Journal of Dermatology. June 2015, 54(12):1361-9