Dermastamp involves using a pen tipped with fine needles to ‘stamp’ the skin, resulting in a controlled skin injury that leads to an increase in collagen and elastin production. The Dermastamp pen is similar to a dermaroller but its microneedles oscillate, resulting in thousands of painless microchannels being introduced into the skin per treatment, (basically, it does a much better job). Unlike heat-based technologies, Dermastamp is safe for all skin types and colours.


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Dermastamp starts with cleansing the skin and applying numbing cream for approximately an hour. From there, the treatment can take from 20 – 30 minutes. Visible signs of regeneration can take up to 6 weeks to show, but many clients say their skin feels “more alive” a week after. You can expect to see inflammation immediately afterwards, but this subsides significantly within hours. Collagen will grow from around the 6-week mark with improvements up to 12 months.