Dermatude VS. Popular Skin Rejuvenation Procedures

Dermatude VS. Popular Skin Rejuvenation Procedures

Dermatude VS. Popular Skin Rejuvenation Procedures

Learn about the Dermatude Difference

 
 

META" Therapy is the acronym for Medical & Esthetical Tissue Activation Therapy, a new method for skin rejuvenation, anti-aging, skin hydration and restoration. Ultra thin needles create painless invisible micro perforations in the skin. The needle stamp with 18 micro needles with a speed of 100 to 120 injections per second makes thousands of micro perforations. Meta Therapy has a double function; the controlled micro perforation activates the natural regeneration of the skin and applies active ingredients into the exact layer of the skin where they can be most active.

 

Depending on the desired results, you can work with the 18-point facial module for full-face treatments and larger skin zones. This needle stamp with Flex Head technology and curved stamp surface guarantees an equal depth of all needles no matter the irregular shape of the treated skin. The 38-point needle Module is suitable for treating entire skin zones such as the neck and décolleté. For the best safety and hygiene, all needle modules are single use only and disposable. The safety membrane inside the needle modules prevent cross contamination.

 

 

 

Micro Needling

 

The drive of the needle injections is essential for optimal results in collagen induction therapies. The pen used in micro needling has an analogue drive, whereas Dermatude is digital. Therefore, micro needling is much more difficult because it doesn't enable automatic corrections of the needle frequency caused by the resistance of the skin, resulting in irregular perforations in different skin zones.

 

Another important factor in collagen induction therapy is the perforation density.  Micro needling involves the use of a smaller number of needles, decreasing the density of perforations. These needles do not feature automatic guidance, so the needles will have sideward fluctuations or even bends which can cause severe skin trauma. Overall, the perforations will have a much higher risk of being inconsistent and inaccurate with micro needling.

 

Most micro needling techniques for anti-ageing facial treatments use needles that are too long to perforate the deeper layer of the dermis. The client will face a risk of irreparable subcutaneous damage with scarring similar to those resulting from second degree burns. The skin will become stiff and harden with the loss of it's natural elasticity. 

 

 

 

Mesotherapy

 

In mesotherapy, a fine 1-point needle is used to inject a small amount of fluid into the surface of the skin, which contains vitamins, minerals, anti-oxidants and proteins as well as hyaluronic acid. The treatment, which is not entirely painless, activates the metabolic process in the skin and releases skin deposits. The stimulated blood circulation ensures that waste substances can be carried away more easily. Mesotherapy, however, does not activate the natural regeneration of the skin. Working with 1 needle makes large skin areas nearly impossible to cover and this needle only injects locally. Control in depth or density is very limited.

 

 

Roller System

 

The roller system method of collagen induction therapy involves the use of a hand-held cylinder onto which thin needles are positioned. The tool is then manually rolled over the skin, stimulating the skin’s natural regeneration process. However, the depth of the punctures is uncontrolled due to the manual application and the irregular shape of the skin. The control over the depth of punctures is limited with this method, which is difficult to manage with the irregular shape of the skin. 

  

Instead of very precise punctures, the roller system can damage the skin with small V-cuts. Too much pressure will make the perforations too deep, which can lead to scar tissue and stiffness of the skin. Not enough pressure will only make superficial perforations, which won't affect the skin properly. The roller also does not insert active ingredients into the skin. Applying active ingredients after the roller treatment won’t achieve the same desired results as META Therapy because the skin closes as soon as the needle leaves

the skin. Furthermore, the rolling movement is only capable of covering very small skin areas.

 

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