Replaceable and disposable cartridges are equipped with 12 molybdenum needles with a thickness of 33G. The needles do not contain chromium and nickel, therefore the procedure can also be conducted on people allergic to these metals. Because of the use of molybdenum, the needles in DERMAPEN ™ are extremely thin and durable, which significantly improves the patient’s comfort during the procedure. The AOVN ™ technology (Advanced Oscillating Vertical Needling) and the extremely efficient motor enable the operation of the device at the speeds of up to 1.300 punctures per second. This is a result unachievable to any other device.
The precisely selected injection depth (in the range from 0.5 mm to 2.5 mm) allows full control of the performed procedure – unlike derma-rollers and mesotherapy performed with the use of a syringe and needle. Because of the patented technology of pulsating needles, DERMAPEN ™ is more effective and safe than the already known methods used for microinjection into the skin. A treatment with the DERMAPEN ™ device significantly shortens the time of the therapy and the patient’s return to daily activities. DERMAPEN ™ stimulates the regenerative processes in the skin, thus it stimulates its regeneration in a natural way.
Areas of Therapy
DERMAPEN ™ is a very versatile tool so treatments can be performed on the whole face, neck, cleavage, stomach, thighs, buttocks or scalp. Because of its small size, it is possible to perform them on even the most difficult areas, such as the eye or lip area.
Multiple therapeutic indications and excellent results make DERMAPEN ™ a tool for special tasks. DERMAPEN ™ is the first line of struggle with signs of photo-aging, flabby skin devoid of vitality, skin prone to acne, acne scars, hyperpigmentation, stretch marks and baldness.
Phase I – Platelet-derived growth factors are released due to the induced microtrauma and in the cascade new epidermal cells are formed, fibroblast chemotaxis and proliferation occur, and the production of extracellular matrix is stimulated.
Phase II – Tissue proliferation – skin cell proliferation processes cause the further release of growth factors from fibroblasts, keratinocytes and monocytes, which leads to the second phase of the skin reconstruction in which collagen type II and I, elastin, proteoglycans and GAG are formed, and angiogenesis processes are stimulated.
Phase III – Reconstruction and remodelling of the treated tissues. Vascularization of the skin gets improved and the skin structure becomes strengthened due to the new collagen. A gradual improvement of the skin density and elasticity occurs and the nourishment of the skin gets enhanced..