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eDermastamp Skin Rejuvenation

The eDermastamp is an advanced electronic form of Medical Skin Needling aimed at stimulating the body’s own collagen and elastin to improve the skin’s texture and appearance. The novel hand-piece has a small head with six precision microneedles, which can be accurately controlled by adjusting the needle depth and needle speed per second. The resulting skin rejuvenation can reduce the appearance of fine lines, as well as wrinkles, pores and scars.

Skin Indications for eDermastamp

What is Medical Skin Needling?

Medical Skin Needling, also known as Collagen Induction Therapy (CIT), rejuvenates the skin by producing numerous micro channels in the skin, which encourages the formation of collagen and generates new skin cells.

After a topical numbing cream has been applied, the skin is thoroughly cleansed and degreased. The eDermastamp single-use, sterile needle headpiece is then set to the correct speed and depth for the treatment area and moved over the skin to create many microscopic channels. With medical needling the depth is within the papillary dermal layer of the skin where collagen and elastin fibres are located. The tiny punctures close over almost immediately as the channels are very small.

The ‘trauma’ to the dermis encourages the skin to repair itself by producing new collagen and elastin, and generating new skin cells. This results in thicker, plumper and more youthful skin.

Before and After

Dermaroller for Cheeks before treatment pictureDermaroller after-3
Dermaroller before-2Dermaroller for forhead after treatment picture

eDermastamp Treatment Phases

Before Treatment (left most). After Treatment with eDermastamp (2nd from left), Mask (3rd from left). After 8 hours (right most).

When is eDermastamp not suitable

  • Treatment is not advised within 2 weeks of other injectables such as dermal fillers or botox. However, it can be performed after this period.
  • Raised moles and skin lesions are avoided during a treatment.
  • Skin conditions such as rosacea, eczema and psoriasis.
  • Actinic (solar) keratosis.
  • Keloid or raised scarring.
  • Scars less than 6 months old.
  • Pregnancy and breastfeeding.
  • Active skin infection such as a cold sore.
  • Scleroderma and collagen vascular diseases.
  • Other medical conditions such as immunosuppression and diabetes.

What are the Possible Side Effects?

There are minimal side effects, which include, mild swelling, peeling and very occasional bruising. Infection is very unlikely as the micro channels close within minutes of treatment.

Follow Up Treatments

3 treatments are usually recommended 5-6 weeks apart, but scars may require further treatments.


The following should be avoided for the first 48 hours:

  • Touching or rubbing the face.
  • Retinol, alpha hydroxyl acids (such as glycolic acid) and any ‘active’ product that could irritate the skin.
  • Spray tanning products.
  • Makeup.
  • Sun exposure.


  • 1 Session£200
  • 3 Sessions £500

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