Intense Medical Microneedling

Intense medical microneedling is performed, after the application of strong local anaesthetic cream, with either a microneedling gun or pen, depending on the skin condition being treated.

It creates microscopically small punctures in the dermis, where our collagen is largely made.

This intentional injury induces thousands of tiny, controlled wound-healing responses in this deep layer of the skin which stimulates collagen production.

The superficial punctures close again quickly, which is important since the epidermis protects our body from water loss and environmental damage.

Consequently, growth factors are released and fibroblasts are stimulated into synthesising new skin matrix, including collagen. In time, this will lead to a firmer, more elastic skin with more refined skin surface and improved radiance.


  • Melasma
  • Pigmentation
  • Lack of pigmentation
  • Scar remodelling
  • Acne scarring
  • Enlarged pores
  • Fine lines
  • Improved complexion/radiance