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MTS - Microneedle Therapy System 

Microneedle Therapy System (MTS) is deal for non-surgical and non-ablative treatment of various skin conditions such as aging (wrinkles, stretching), scarring (acne, surgical), and hyperpigmentation. Clinical studies have shown MTS (microneedle therapy system) to be more effective than ablative treatments like laser resurfacing, dermabrasion, and chemical peel and just as effective as non-ablative treatments like IPL, CO2 laser, and Fraxel in stimulating collagen and elastin production to thicken the skin thereby erasing wrinkles and smoothing scars.


Benefits of MTS

  • ​There are no known negative side-effects

  • Extremely high absorption of any type of chemical substance

  • Collagen induction through controlled mechanical stimulation of the dermis

  • It can be used on thin skin

  • It can be used on the face, neck and body

  • Realignment of old collagen bundles

  • Complete preservation of the epidermis during the procedure

  • No permanent damage to the skin, no pain during the procedure

  • No bleeding, infection, discolouration or other complications on the treated area

  • Enhances Iontophoresis and Sonophoresis treatments

  • Can be used to boost the effects after a Medical Collagen Induction Therapy

  • This type of needling can be done on people who have had laser resurfacing

  • Can be used on areas of the skin where laser resurfacing can not reach

  • Only 24-48 hours healing period is completed next day and the patient can go into public

  • Only 3-5 days protection from ultraviolet light.

How it Works


One Session Start From $399

Healing and Risks

Microneedling Healing and Risks


Some things to think about before deciding to try it:

It’s not a quick fix. It takes time to notice a difference. That’s because your body is healing itself. Most people need a few treatments before they see any change.

Healing time. It may take days or weeks to heal, depending on how deep the needles pierce your skin.

Pain and redness. You may have some minor pain after the procedure, and your skin may be red for a few days.

Peeling. Your skin may feel tight and flake a bit while it heals.

Bruising and bleeding. There’s usually no bleeding during microneedling. But deep microneedling treatments may cause the skin to bleed or bruise.

Possible scarring. Microneedling isn’t a good idea for people who’ve had keloids, scars that look like large bubbles on the skin. It could make the condition worse.

Infection. Microneedling creates tiny holes in the skin, which could let germs enter, especially if the equipment isn’t cleaned well. But the risk of infection is very low. If you’re healthy, an infection from microneedling is unlikely.

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