Scars and acne

Reducing acne scars and marks


They stimulate the process of regeneration and collagen production. Their needles are longer than those of cosmetic rollers, but shorter than the ones used in surgical rollers. Their length (1–2 mm) allows for reaching the network of blood vessels in the skin. Consequently, they cause microinjuries and microhaemorrhages which stimulate regeneration. Its use in various areas requires different needle length: face – 1 mm, around the eyes – 0.5 mm, body – 1.5–2 mm. The effect of the roller causes the activation of platelets and the release of the epidermal (EGF), fibroblast (FGF), platelet-derived (PDGF) and transforming (TGF) growth factor. As a result, the regeneration and stimulation of fibroblast and collagen production is faster. In addition, white blood cells are released from the blood and remove damaged tissue fragments. The process of regeneration lasts up to several weeks after the procedure. 

Indications: acne lesions, scars, shadows under the eyes, telangiectasia, flabby skin, thin epidermis.


A non-surgical method of improving skin health and appearance. It regenerates and rejuvenates the skin. It is an intradermal therapy procedure as it acts through injecting beneficial substances directly into the skin. Its direct, focused and local action significantly increases treatment efficacy. Hyaluronic acid mesotherapy moisturises the skin and allows for long-term deep skin hydration. Hyaluronic acid is crucial in maintaining and restoring youthful appearance of the skin. It is a physiological component of the tissues which binds water to the epidermis and is lost from the skin over time in a natural gradual process. Consequently, a hyaluronic acid injection is the most effective solution for restoring optimal deep skin layer moisturisation. It is also a perfect method of stimulating self-regeneration aimed at achieving a smooth and more elastic skin.

Indications: reducing scars, folds and lines, loss of suppleness and elasticity, dryness and dehydration of the skin, wrinkles.


A method aimed at stimulating the skin to produce collagen and elastin. It results in improved density and elasticity of the skin. The Dermapen treatment is based on pulsating needle technology. The depth of injection is very precise (ranging from 0.5 mm to 2.5 mm), allowing for maximum control and minimising the risk of possible errors in skin microperforations. 

Indications: improving skin density, reducing acne scars and burn scars, achieving an even skin tone, smoothing effect.