Skin Needling (Collagen Induction)

Skin Needling, also known as Collagen Induction Therapy (CIT) or Micro -needling, is a non-surgical & effective, treatment that uses micro-fine needles to stimulate collagen production and skin rejuvenation, with minimal downtime involved. This treatment isn’t just for your face, it is also suitable to use almost anywhere on the body.

Bliss Dermal Clinic uses the state-of-the-art Dermapen4. The treatment will help for better Looking, Firmer Skin and Scar Reduction.

For treating common skin conditions such as: 

  • Acne scarring
  • Ageing or sun damage including wrinkling
  • Uneven skin texture
  • Surgical scars (face or body)
  • Large scars including C-Section or Abdominoplasty scars
  • Stretch Marks
  • Traumatic scars

How Many Treatments are recommended for these conditions? (General Guide)

3-6 treatments
6-8 weeks apart
Acne scarring
4-6 treatments
6-8 weeks apart
Stretch Marks
4-8 treatments
6-8 weeks apart
2-4 weeks apart
6-8 weeks apart
4-6 treatments
4-6 weeks apart

* treatment times may be closer depending on skin reaction/healing 

Prices range – one area 20×20 (example face only) $300.00, face & neck $350.00, face, neck and Decolletage $375.00

Do You need Numbing Cream for the treatment?

Although the Dermapern 4 is designed to not require any skin numbing, some clients feel more comfortable to use a numbing cream prior to the treatment.

Skin-numbing creams work by blocking nerve signals in the body. They are numbing medications and function like a local anaesthetic.

Creams such as Numb-it can be purchased over the counter from your local chemist.

These can be applied 20 minutes before your treatment, or you are able to bring the cream with you to your appointment and use the clinic facilities to apply and wait until your treatment time is due. (Don’t forget to cover the area with Cling wrap to prevent evaporation, and ensure you put breathing holes in your cling wrap 😊) Note – Numbing cream is NOT available at the clinic.

Consult with your doctor before applying any anaesthetic creams.