Dermal Needling

A cosmetic procedure where a precise instrument with fine needles that creates tiny micro punctures is rolled over the skin to open the pores on the surface with pin-point accuracy on the face and neck. The treatment helps to reduce visible sun damage, wrinkles, acne scarring and pigmentation. It is also referred to as Collagen Channelling or Collagen Induction Therapy. How does it work? The Dermal Roller is a special instrument with fine medical needles that create tiny micro-punctures on the skin’s surface layer.

Channels are created that run deep into the dermis of the skin, which cause keratinocytes (predominant cell types in the epidermis) and fibroblasts (a cell that synthesizes the extracellular matrix and collagen) to produce numerous growth factors to induce collagen without any damage to the epidermis at all.

A dermal roller treatment is mildly uncomfortable, however a numbing cream should be used. The procedure takes around 60 minutes. A series of up to three treatments may be recommended to achieve optimal results. Take-home dermal rollers are also available.



  • Stimulates collagen formation.

  • Tightens skin and restores elasticity.

  • Softens fine lines.

  • Reduces the appearance of scarring.

  • Reduces pigmentation and sun damage.

  • Improves the skin’s ability to absorb topical serums, gels and creams.

Derma Rolling At Home

Homecare: Not ready for a clinic treatment yet? There is a ‘homecare’ option perfect to use 2-3 times a week at home. In conjunction with your cosmedical skin care you can perform treatments in as little as 3 minutes and the device will last up to 6 months before a replacement is required.