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Hair Needling Technique

Hair Needling

Hair needling is a cosmetic procedure that involves using a tool called a derma roller or a microneedle roller to create tiny punctures on the scalp. These punctures stimulate the production of collagen and promote hair growth.


The process of hair needling typically involves several steps:

Consultation: Before undergoing hair needling, clients will typically have a consultation with our therapist to determine their suitability for the treatment. During this consultation, we assess the hair and scalp to identify any underlying conditions that may need to be addressed before treatment.

Preparation: Once a client is deemed suitable for hair needling, the medical professional will prepare the treatment solution. This usually involves combining a range of vitamins, minerals, and amino acids, which may be tailored to meet the specific needs of the patient.

Dermapen: The derma roller or microneedle roller is then rolled over the scalp in a criss-cross pattern, creating hundreds of tiny punctures. The size of the needles used in the roller can vary, depending on the desired results and the severity of the hair loss.


After the procedure, a soothing serum or treatment is usually applied to the scalp to promote healing and nourish the hair follicles. The entire procedure typically takes about 30 minutes to an hour.

Hair needling is often used in conjunction with other hair loss treatments, such as minoxidil or finasteride. It can also be combined with platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy, which involves injecting a concentrated solution of the patient's own blood plasma into the scalp to further stimulate hair growth.


While hair needling is generally considered safe, there are some risks involved, including infection, scarring, and hair breakage. It is important to choose a reputable and experienced practitioner and to follow all aftercare instructions carefully to minimize these risks.


Overall, hair needling can be an effective option for those experiencing hair loss, particularly when combined with other treatments. It is important to consult with a healthcare professional to determine if it is the right choice for your specific needs and concerns.


Post-treatment care: After the treatment, patients may experience some mild discomfort and itchiness on the scalp. However, these side effects are generally mild and will subside within a few hours. Patients are usually advised to avoid washing their hair for a few hours after the treatment to allow the solution to fully absorb into the scalp.


The treatment can improve the overall quality and thickness of the hair, as well as encourage new hair growth.

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Before Treatement

  • No Aspirin or anticoagulant of any type 24 hours before

  • No alcohol or caffeine 24 hours before

  • No tinting 3 days before the procedure

After Treatment

  • Avoid touching hair as much as possible 

  • Avoir washing hair 24 hours after procedure

  • Use a new pillow case after procedure

  • Use gentle shampoo after procedure

  • Avoid any hair treatment during two to three weeks.

  • No Aspirin or Anticoagulant 24h after treatment

  • No alcohol 24h after treatment

Before and after treatment

Microneedling is not recommended for those who :

  • Are under 18

  • Have diabetes

  • Are under any treatment 

  • Are pregnant or breastfeeding

  • Have any heart diseases or carrying a pacemaker

  • Have any skin diseases (sunburn, rash, eczema, shingles, acne...please consult a doctor)

  • Have transmittable blood diseases (HIV or Hepatitis ...)

  • Have a haemophilia

  • Have healing disorders or uncontrolled high blood pressure

  • Have on any skin medication such as Accutane or steroids

  • Have active skin cancer

  • Are under radiotherapy or chemotherapy (consult your doctor)

  • Have epilepsy

  • Had Botox in the past one month

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