What is Microneedling with Meso Cockails?

Skin needling is one of the industry’s leading skin treatments of choice for a brighter and rejuvenated complexion.

Microneedling is safe, effective and suitable for all skin types. It can be used to stimulate new skin cells encouraging the natural production of new collagen and elastin.

When new collagen is formed it helps smoothes wrinkles, promoting wound healing and improving scars in just a few treatments.

We can offer a more enhanced and bespoke treatment by combining our Microneedling with wonderful mesotherapy cocktails, enabling us to treat a multitude of skin concerns.

Once the small puncture sites are created in the skin by the microneedling device the mesotherapy cocktail containing antioxidants can then enter and penetrate the skin more effectively to tackle pigmentation, help hydration and promote firming and tightening.


What are the benefits of combining Microneedling with Mesotherapy?

  • Improves wrinkles, minimizes pore size and induces skin tightening
  • Stimulates collagen production which promotes rejuvenation
  • Provides a more targeted treatment
  • Improves surgical and acne scars
  • Can improve the appearance of stretch marks
  • Can help clear hyperpigmentation (brown spots and melasma)
  • Can treat around the eye area improving elasticity
  • Meso Cocktails can specifically target concerns

How frequent should you have Microneedling

Anti-ageing/Rejuvenation:          4-6 treatments         4 weeks apart

Acne scarring:                              6 treatments            6 weeks apart

Stretch marks:                              4-8 treatments        4-6 weeks apart

How long should it take before I see results of my Microneedling treatment?

Typically, you will see results after the first treatment. Lasting and more significant results will occur after the full 3 to 6 treatments which are spanced 4-6 weeks apart. Your skin will continue to improve over the course of treatment.

Is the treatment painful?

Some find the Microneedling process more uncomfortable than others. Many compare it to the feeling of mild sunburn. If the treatment requires a more aggressive treatment of Microneedling then a numbing agent may be used to allow for deeper penetration.  The skin may appear red and irritated for a few days depending on the patient’s skin and the type of treatment provided.

Is there any downtime after Microneedling treatments?

There is usually no downtime, but you may experience facial redness for 12-48 hours after the treatment. Most people are able to return to normal daily activities immediately afterwards.

What can I expect after my treatments?

Day 1: Erythema and redness, the severity of which will depend upon the aggressiveness of the performed treatment and the type of skin of the patient.

Day 2: Red or pinkness similar to moderate sunburn may occur and there may be some noticeable swelling on day 2.

Day 3: Skin returns to normal colour quickly but may still retain a pink hue. Swelling subsides.

How many treatments of can I have per year?

On average a course of 4-8 treatments of Microneedling per year is advised as the results are long lasting.

How soon after filler injections can I have my Microneedling treatment?

It’s recommended to leave at least 4 days after filler injections so that any post treatment bruising from the fillers can settle.

Can I have my Botox done before my Microneedling treatment?

Clients having Botox should leave 2 weeks either side of having Microneedling.

Is it SAFE?

Any side effects will usually subside within 48 hours. They might include erythema, stinging, itching and tightness of the skin.

Is it normal to have a few slightly raised red and itchy lesions?

Yes, absolutely normal. There is a range of symptoms from red and dry skin, flaky dry and red skin or lots of lumps like pimples but they disappear in 3 days. It’s just the bod purging itself of toxins.

Can I have Microneedling in conjunction with chemical skin peels?

Generally yes and it can be a good combination of treatments. You can alternate the treatments between skin needling and Chemical peel. and then skin peel.