Sterile Microneedling Serum | DERMIDA® Skin Tone Imperfection Control | Against Pigment Spots
The best microneedle serum against pigmentation spots, hyperpigmentation and skin blemishes. Content 10ml
The best microneedling serum against pigmentation, hyperpigmentation and skin spots!
DERMIDA® Skin Tone Blemish Control Microneedle Serum is designed to treat and actively reverse melasma-related pigmentation, blemishes and hyperpigmentation in combination with a dermaroller or dermapen
The serum has an empirically proven active ingredient complex of tranexamic acid that blocks hyperpigmentation and inhibits enzymatic factors. This results in a unique ability to depigment and treat skin blemishes
The sterile and pharmaceutically pure serum is applied prior to treatment and then transdermally applied directly to the skin using Dermaroller or Dermapen. The microperforation maximizes the efficiency exponentially.
Innovative complex of active ingredients with powerful results.
One of the most difficult tasks in microneedling therapy is the treatment of pigmentation disorders due to melasma. Melasma is a form of hyperpigmentation that involves a high accumulation of melanin
Due to the high concentration of pigment, the area appears much darker than the rest of the skin. This can sometimes happen overnight or build up slowly over several months. Melasma usually develops on the upper lip or forehead, sometimes on the cheeks
In women, they are most often triggered by hormonal fluctuations (pregnancy, birth control pills, etc.). Blemish control serum stops the process of melasmic hyperpigmentation due to pharmaceutical tranexamic acid (5%).
Tranexamic acid from the group of aminocarboxylic acids blocks plasmin formation by inhibiting the proteolytic activity of plasminogen activators. This impedes the ability of plasmin to lyse fibrin. Tranexamic acid acts as a competitive plasmin inhibitor at low doses and as a non-competitive inhibitor at high doses. The 5% dosage in anti-pigment spot serum has proven ideal in microneedling therapy.
Areas of application and problem zones
Skin Tone Imperfection Control Serum is designed for effective application with dermaroller, mesoroller and cosmetic devices (dermapen, electroporation, electrophoresis, ultrasonic waves, iontophoresis, etc.). The serum is used where pigmentation spots and hyperpigmentation lead to blemished skin.
' Upper lip
' pigmentation spots
' skin spots
Microneedle Skin Tone Imperfection Control - Sophisticated down to the smallest detail!
We not only know the theory, but also know that modern serums must be applicable in practice. Besides an effective effect, the perfect conception of the whole product is important to us.
The serum against eye wrinkles, bags under the eyes and dark circles comes in a soft amber glass to protect the delicate contents from UV radiation. Each sterile serum is designed as an injection container. These reusable piercing vials are sealed with a rubber stopper (septum) for piercing. To protect the septum and to fix the rubber stopper, there is also an external aluminium foil closure
A special high-tech rubber is used, which closes automatically and completely after the cannula has been inserted. This means that the serum is sterile, uncontaminated and resealed for up to 2 years as if you had never opened the serum.
1. Use Skin Tone Imperfection Control Serum after cleansing and disinfecting the area to be treated, do not use enzymatic peeling around the eyes
2. First, carefully remove the white cap from the vial
3. Withdraw the serum using the fine dosage syringe provided. Attach the needle to the syringe and remove the protective cap. Be careful not to touch the needle with your fingers to avoid contamination
4. Pierce the gray septum with the withdrawal syringe and withdraw the syringe containing the desired amount of serum
5. The needle can be easily removed to safely distribute the serum on the skin. You can then apply the serum with a needling device of your choice. The serum now also serves as a lubricating film and makes the treatment process more pleasant.
Disinfection of the device: Mix 4 ml Instrusol® with 100 ml water in a glass and place the dermaroller in it for 15 minutes. The needle roller should be completely covered with the mixture. Then rinse the dermaroller with lukewarm water and let it air dry. If you use the NeedlingPen instead, the needle head must be disinfected in the same procedure.
Clean the face well. Disinfect it with Alcoderm. Then take the sterile serum with the syringe provided and spread it over the face. Wearing powder-free nitrile gloves is recommended to prevent the spread of germs.
Microneedling with the right technique - technique is key. Here it is helpful to divide your body into different areas. Now roll 8 times from top to bottom and 8 times from left to right. Then 8 times diagonally from top left to bottom right and 8 times diagonally al from top right to bottom left
Between each roll, lift the dermaroller completely off the skin and replace it. Repeat this process until all areas of skin have been treated. When using the NeedlingPen, simply glide over the same area of skin 3-4 times.
Post-treatment care - Use DERMAID Skin Plus Treatment PostBalm for optimal aftercare of stressed skin. Rinse dermaroller thoroughly with clean water after treatment. Disinfect again as in step one with Instrusol® and water and allow to air dry. Store the dermaroller in the container provided. Avoid touching your skin with your hands for the next two hours. Avoid heavy sweating, steam baths and direct sunlight on the day of treatment. Do not wear make-up. Sleep is the best rest for your skin now, and change your pillowcase if needed.
The essential added value of microneedling therapy as a non-ablative and minimally invasive cosmetic procedure is the low-risk, cost-effective and at the same time highly efficient treatment of aesthetic skin problems.
Example: Our skin acts as a natural protective mantle as a barrier this creates a problem for creams or ointments. It is not only the largest organ of the human body, but also protects us in function and structure from external chemical, mechanical and thermal influences. However, it does not make a significant difference between beneficial agents and harmful influences
Conventional creams and serums try to reach / penetrate this barrier with so-called penetrators. With rather moderate success. The Microneedle Serum, on the other hand, has "free rein", so to speak, as the skin channels (and thus the protective layer) open up during treatment. A multitude of studies meanwhile prove the increased effectiveness of serums in combination with a microneedling treatment. Thanks to specially formulated ingredients, serums can target problem areas. A pleasant side effect is the sliding film that the often viscous serums form, which acts as a refreshing protective film between the microneedling device and the skin.
In general, a distinction has to be made between sterile sera and post-treatment sera. During the treatment, sterile sera are applied transdermally to the skin with the NeedlingPen or Dermaroller. After-care serums are used after the application and applied to the corresponding skin areas.
→ Sterile serums:
Improvement of skin structure: EGF Cell Booster
Revitalization & skin rejuvenation: Hyaluron Booster, EGF Cell Booster
Wrinkles & Anti-Aging: Hyaluron Booster, Collagen Serum, Age-Killer Cocktail, Meso Lift Serum, Hyal Filler
Photoaging & UV protection: Retinol + Vitamin C Booster
Eye wrinkles, bags under the eyes and dark circles: Eye Contour Serum
Expression lines and periorbital wrinkles: Agri-Fix Special
Skin tightening & tissue weakness: Firming Serum, Vitamin Serum
Scars: Stretch & Scar Reversal Serum, Meso Stretch
Acne scars: Stretch & Scar Reversal Serum, Meso Stretch
Acne & Oily Skin: Oily Skin Serum
Large Pores: Hyaluron Booster
Pigmentation Disorders: Skin Tone Imperfection Control, Bitaminshi Serum
Skin spots: Skin Tone Imperfection Control
Lip treatment: Artificial Serum
Hair loss: Meso Hair Serum, Kami Serum
Beard Growth Stimulation: Tricology Hair Growth Lotion
Stretch Marks: Stretch & Scar Reversal Serum, Meso Stretch
Stretch marks: Stretch & Scar Reversal Serum, Meso Stretch
Cellulite: Carboxderm Serum
Décolleté: Hyaluron Booster
Lipolysis & Fat Pads: Caffeine Serum
Smoker's skin and rosacea: Trophic Special
→ After Care Serums
All Ages: Hyaluron Dermaroller Serum
Up to 35 years: Vitamin C Serum
From 35 years: Retinol Serum
By Microneedle Serum we mean a sterile active ingredient formulation that has been specially developed to act topically and transdermally directly on the skin during treatment with Dermapen or Dermaroller.
Topical means that the active ingredient is only applied to the exact area.
Transdermal means that the active ingredient is absorbed directly through the skin and made to work.
Sterile means that it is free from germs that can multiply, such as microorganisms and viruses. Serum is sterile only under strictly controlled, documented and certified pharmaceutically pure manufacturing conditions.
For the application and efficacy of sterile sera it is irrelevant whether you process the serum with Dermaroller or Dermapen, both devices are equally suitable for transdermal application.
Spread the serum on the cleansed, disinfected skin area, then apply with Dermapen or Dermaroller.
Currently, there are two types of sterile sera for microneedling
1. Fracture ampoules
2. Penetrating ampoules
Break ampoules have a predetermined breaking point that must be opened (ie broken) for removal. This is a non-sealable connection, which means that the serum must be used up during an application.
Penetrating vials, on the other hand, are designed as injection containers. These reusable vials are sealed with a rubber stopper with a puncture rubber (septum). To protect the septum and hold the rubber stopper in place, there is also an outer cap
We use a special rubber which closes automatically and completely after the cannula has been pierced. This means that the serum is sterilely sealed again, uncontaminated and can still be used for up to 2 years. It is as if he had never opened the serum. The syringe is pierced through the septum and extracted with the serum. The additional cannula can then be removed and the serum safely distributed over the affected skin area.
To ensure maximum effectiveness of all active ingredients, most serums are supplied in a light-protected amber jar or outer packaging. It should be stored away from sunlight and at temperatures between 15 °C and 25 °C. After initial collection, we recommend that all sera with a piercing ampoule be stored in the refrigerator. Serum in break vials should be used up completely after opening.
We do not recommend combining different serums within one treatment. However, it is possible to combine different microneedling serums within different treatments. An excellent base serum is always the Hyaluron Booster Serum. For example, the following treatment plans have been specifically designed:
Treatment 1: Hyaluron Booster Serum (Intensive Hydration)
Treatment 2: Age Killer Cocktail (wrinkle correction)
Treatment 3: Age Killer Cocktail
Treatment 1: Hyaluron Booster Serum (Intensive Hydration)
Treatment 2: Agri-Fix Special (correction)
Treatment 3: Agri-Fix Special (correction)
Treatment 1: Hyaluron Booster Serum (Intensive Hydration)
Treatment 2: Carboxderm (correction)
Treatment 3: Carboxderm (Correction)
Unopened, you will find the expiry date on the packaging. As a rule, a sterile serum can be stored unopened for two years. After opening, the broken ampoules must be used up completely. Penetrating ampoules with a resealable septum are stable for a long time after sterile withdrawal without changes, i.e. the best-before date does not change.
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