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Microneedling Pen Covers (FAQ)

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1How do you sterilize a microneedling pen?

2What do you use with microneedling pen?

3Are microneedling cartridges reusable?

We strongly recommend -against- re-using needle tip cartridges, as patient safety is of paramount importance. The Dermapen’s design permits the user to change the needle tip cartridge after each use, at a very low consumable cost with each treatment.

4How many times can you use a derma pen cartridge?

Each cartridge has 12 titanium needles and can be reused 3 to 4 times. (Please note, cartridges should not be shared. Of course, you can use your Dr Pen on a client (whether you’re a salon/spa owner, a friend, or family), but you should still use a new cartridge each time).

5What should I put on my face after microneedling?

Following microneedling, hyaluronic acid can be used, and in some cases it has been used to help boost collagen production after your procedure. If your skin is dry, it’s usually safe to use coconut oil as an emollient to lock in moisture and hydrate your face after microneedling.

6How deep should you microneedle your face?

Fine lines and scarring can be treated with a medium needle depth (approximately 1.0 mm). The deepest needle depth can be treated with acne scarring, surgical and deeper scarring, wrinkles, pore size, and skin texture.

7What should I put on my face before microneedling?

Because of their hydrating properties, hyaluronic acid serums are the most commonly used type for microneedling. Peptides, ceramides, and EGF are among the other popular alternatives. Make sure to avoid retinoids, Vitamin C, and other serums that contain acids (AHA, BHA, and lactic acid).

8Can you microneedle without serum?

With your dermaroller, you can use any serum or oil, and can therefore precisely match the treatment to your own skin type. Microneedling is a fast, safe way to delay the aging process and give a youthful glow, according to Benjamin. My at-home results were incredible.

9What serum is best after microneedling?

hyaluronic acid.

on the skin.

Our Femvy Hyaluronic Acid Serum is a medium-weight, making it ideal for both microneedling and everyday use.

10How do you reuse a dermapen cartridge?

11Can you reuse dermapen?

Dermapen needles are only intended for single use. They are inexpensive, so not worth reusing.

12What is the difference between Nano-needling and micro-needling?

The biggest difference between the two needles is their ability to penetrate into the skin. Nano-needling only punctures the first layer of the skin (epidermis), while micro-needling penetrates into the deep dermis.

13Can you overdo microneedling?

The best time to do microneedling is before bed, so that actives can penetrate while you sleep. However, the key thing isn’t to overdo it; more isn’t always best, as you will continue to produce inflammation. Stick to no more than twice a week.

14What happens if you microneedle too often?

Microneedling is Too Often Failure to do so will delay healing, inflammation, inflammation, and slow results, which we don’t want to do to our skin. Collagen is already present in the skin up to a month after microneedling, so be patient.

If you’re using a derma roller, you’ll want to wait at least two weeks for your skin to recover. For longer needle lengths, you should give your skin a rest, but you shouldn’t even be using large needle sizes at home (1mm+) because they can be more difficult if not handled by a specialist.

Needless are not rolled into skin and are rolled onto skin instead, so the micro-hole it creates tend to be wider shaped cones, which is why giving two weeks between each session is preferable.

15Can I microneedle every 2 weeks?

Micro-needling can be repeated every 2-4 weeks until you achieve the desired results. We recommend starting with three treatments for collagen induction, but with a minimum separation time of 2 weeks between treatments. An average of six treatments is recommended for scar reduction.

The number of treatments will vary based on how each individual responds to the drugs and the severity of the injury.

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