Skin Needling

Your journey to beautiful skin starts here!

Every skin is unique, which is why we perform a thorough, professional skin analysis to best determine what your skin needs. 

Utilising the technology of the 'Observe' analysis equipment, allows our team of Dermal Therapists to assess underlying skin conditions and treat with precision. 



Skin Needling

Our skin is the outward most organ of the body, coming in contact with everything life throws at us. The skin on the face in particular is subject to makeup, daily chemicals, and harsh environments. This repeated abuse to the skin can make the skin appear dull and lifeless. Over time, the skin can appear less elastic and full as the skin loses its collagen and hydration. Luckily, there are several skin treatment options offered at True Dermal Clinic that can significantly improve the health and outward appearance of the skin. One of the most popular options we have is microdermabrasion. This is an intense, yet painless, treatment that works to exfoliate the skin, eliminating dead and dull skin cells. This treatment shows the biggest improvement in the skin when treatments are performed in a series of 6 to 12 treatments, performed once per week.


Another popular option to help restore a youthful glow to the skin is skin needling. While it sounds painful, this is a very simple process that helps to bring skin back to life. During this procedure, a trained professional will use very tiny needles to gently penetrate the surface of the skin. This is a way to trick the body into thinking that the skin has been injured. The body responds by sending a rush of nutrients, blood, and minerals to the surface of the skin. These work to help create healthier skin. Typically, as people age, collagen is reduced which can lead to saggy and dull skin. Skin needling can jump start the body's ability to produce more collagen. This is a needed nutrient that gives the body a plump and full appearance. This procedure produces the best results when 6 to 12 treatments are used, usually about one to two weeks apart.