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Collagen Induction Therapy



Microneedling, also called collagen induction therapy, involves the use of a tool that has tiny needles which make little pricks in the top layer of the skin. Microneedling tools  or dermaroller. Collagen induction treatments, which are considered minimally invasive, are performed in a dermatologist or aesthetician’s office. A microneedling roller can also be purchased for home use.


Why would anyone want to have tiny needles pricking their skin? Well, this seemingly odd practice is known to trigger the body’s natural wound healing process, which can help to encourage collagen production, scar healing and an overall brighter complexion. At first, microneedling was used for general skin rejuvenation, but now it is being used to increase collagen production and to target a wide variety of common skin concerns that can be difficult to improve — including wrinkles, scars, stretch marks, and even hair loss


What does micro needling do to your face?

There a number of possible benefits of this treatment including:

- Boosts Collagen

- Improves Scars

- Increases Overall Radiance

- Allows Deeper Infiltration of Topical Products

- Improve Hair Growth

Our eyes reveal so much about our emotions and are often the first thing to show signs of ageing, stress and fatigue. The skin around the eyes is particularly fine and fragile. We blink up to 15,000 times per day, we laugh and squint in the sun, so fine lines can form quickly. Slower circulation to this area also accentuates dark circles and puffiness. Fillmed's Beautif-Eye treatment specifically targets this difficult to treat area.
Focusing on maximizing hydration and improving overall skin quality we can help to reveal and restore your eye contour’s natural radiance.

• Improved skin texture

• Correction of fine lines

• Improved homogeneity, density and elasticity

• Restore radiance to the eye contour area

How long do the results then last?

Around 6 Months.

What to Expect:

After your treatment you will leave the clinic with several small papules under the skin, these will go down within 48 hours as the product disperses under the skin. Swelling is also to be expected and there is a possibly of bruising at the injection point too.

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