Microneedling is a minimal invasive treatment which aims to cause fractional wounding that triggers an inflammatory response. When the skin is injured a series of reactions take place in order to maximise and repair tissue damage. This causes a healing cascade to regenerate and repair, stimulate collagen and elastin production and improve epidermal turnover and fortify the components of the extracellular matrix.

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At the Anti Wrinkle Clinic your microneedling journey starts at your home with one of our skin preparation kits 2 weeks prior to the actual treatment. The treatment then involves the use of an ultimate microneedling device in combination with the and range of active transepidermal solutions by mesoestetic.

This is our signature recipe for our highly popular microneedling treatments.

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Micro-needling FAQ's

How does SuneKOS compare to filler?

Overall, Sunekos appears to be a better option than filler treatments for those with severe wrinkles or sun-damaged skin. Sunekos can treat multiple areas of the body, while fillers are mainly used for volume and definition.

Furthermore, Sunekos helps regenerate your extra-cellular matrix to improve skin condition from within.

Both Sunekos and Profhilo use hyaluronic acid but they differ in their synthesis as Sunekos has unmodified high and low molecular weight hyaluronic acid in combination with amino acids, whereas Profhilo consists only of high and low molecular weight of Hyaluronic acid.

These treatments also differ in their approach and treatment protocols. Profhilo has designated injection sites, covering only the mid and lower third of the face, while Sunekos can be injected precisely in areas requiring improvement and also cover the forehead and periocular (under eye area). The Profhilo protocol recommends two sessions at least one month apart and a quarterly maintenance. Sunekos requires four sessions, spaced 14 days apart and the results can last up to 6 months.However, both treatments are effective in stimulating collagen and elastin production, leading to improved skin quality and a more youthful appearance.

Sunekos’ targeted approach and additional hydration benefits make it an attractive option for those seeking a more comprehensive skin rejuvenation solution.

What areas can be treated with SuneKOS?

One of the most remarkable aspects of the Sunekos treatment is its versatility. It is effective in wrinkles and skin laxity of the: Face including periocular area and the skin above the upper lip (also known as smoker lines or barcode), Neck, Hands, Decollete, Arms, Inner thighs, Knees, Abdomen, Cellulite.

Whether you’re looking to reduce the appearance of dark circles under your eyes or smooth out fine lines around your mouth, Sunekos can target and rejuvenate these problem areas, giving you the confidence to put your best face forward.

What about aftercare and maintenance?

To maintain the results of your Sunekos treatment, it is recommended to have follow-up treatments every 4-7 months and follow a proper skincare routine. This ensures that your skin remains hydrated, youthful, and radiant for as long as possible. Your practitioner will provide you with specific aftercare instructions tailored to your unique skin concerns and treatment plan.

In addition to maintenance treatments, it’s essential to maintain a healthy skincare routine, including: Cleansing, Exfoliating, Moisturising, Using sunscreen daily.

By taking care of your skin both inside and out, you can enjoy the long-lasting benefits of your Sunekos treatment and keep your skin looking its best.

6-12 months depending on number of treatments had. It is normally recommended to have between 1-3 treatments depending on desired outcome.