eDs™ skin Rejuvenation

Dermastamp-handpiece-500What is eDs™ skin Rejuvenation?

NEW and from the home of multi-gold award winning Genuine Dermaroller™, eDS™ Skin Rejuvenation takes medical aesthetic skin-needling electric. Using the eDermastamp™ (eDS™) German engineered and manufactured medical device, it enables practitioners to provide; even more intensive, even more controllable and even more comfortable medical skin-needling procedures. Stimulating the skin to regenerate and repair itself naturally and safely, creating smoother, brighter, younger, healthier-looking skin. The eDS™ skin-needle device combines advanced German medical device electrical mechanisms with Medizinisch-Nadel-Technik™ German medical skin-needle technology, a great combination.


Who should have eDs™ skin Rejuvenation and When?

eDS™ Skin Rejuvenation using the eDermastamp™ medical device can significantly improve the appearance of and treat:

  • Acne scars
  • Sun damaged and ageing skin
  • Facial and décolleté lines and wrinkles
  • Stretchmarks

Suitable for all skin types and with minimal downtime following treatment, eDS™ Skin Rejuvenation is ideal for patients in need of skin rejuvenation and scar repair.

The number of treatments needed will vary depending on the skin complaint being addressed, however eDS™ Skin Rejuvenation would normally consist of three procedures with approximately six weeks between them.

How Does eDs™ skin Rejuvenation Work?

Using the eDermastamp™medical device, thousands of micro-medical needle-columns are produced in the skin. The columns will close rapidly enabling the skin to recover quickly, often in the same day. The medical skin-needles physically stimulate keratinocytes, fibroblasts and other skin cells to produce a cascade of mediators and growth factors that stimulate fibroblasts to produce collagen and regeneration of the dermis. The depth of needle penetration and the needle speeds can be changed and adapted during a treatment giving the practitioner high level control based on thearea being treated and the treatment response.

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