Acne scaring? Fine lines? Scars or stretch marks? Medical skin needling can help.

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EDS LogoDr Rahman discusses the benefits of the eDS eDermastamp available at ESS Clinic:

The clinic has invested in the e-Dermastamp medical skin needling device.  I have been using this at the clinic for the past three months and I would like to share some of my experiences with you.

e-Dermastamp is a German engineered and manufactured medical device.  It allows for a more intensive, yet more controllable, medical skin needling procedure for patients.  It works in the same way as a manual dermaroller, in that it stimulates the skin to regenerate and repair itself naturally and safely, creating smoother, brighter, younger, healthier looking skin. 

I have found that patients find the procedure much more comfortable than the dermaroller as I am able to use different needle lengths depending on the skin thickness that I am treating.  This allows me to treat areas around the eyes, above the lip and in the glabella area of the face much more effectively. 

The frequency that the needles penetrate the skin can also be adjusted. The flexible needle lengths and penetration speeds ensure that optimal results are achieved for all patients.

I feel that e-Dermastamp is a far superior treatment than a manual dermal roller and in combination with the use of a CIT Advanced mesotherapy solution used during the procedure, the effects of the treatment are enhanced.  CIT Advanced mesotherapy solution contains hyaluronic acid, vitamins, peptides and amino acids which re-hydrate the skin, as well as rejuvenating dry and dull skin and treating fine lines.

I would recommend the e-Dermastamp medical needling treatment to any patient with acne scaring, fine lines on any areas of the face, scars and stretch marks.  It is a great treatment for general rejuvenation of the face, neck and décolletage areas.

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