Is it necessary to use repairing products alongside the treatment?

Yes, because within the first 3 days, the skin’s microchannels are opened, and it’s essential to cleanse the face with calcium ion water to prevent infection. The penetration of the essence into the skin is also enhanced during this time. Therefore, it is necessary to use highly moisturizing skincare products containing a large amount of active ingredients to activate the skin’s self-repair mechanism, improving and preventing hyperpigmentation.

How does the treatment's effectiveness differ from laser?

First, let’s understand how acne forms:


  1. When the body’s androgen hormone levels rise, it stimulates the sebaceous glands to produce excess oil.
  2. If the excess oil is not expelled from the body promptly, the sebaceous gland’s oil ducts can become blocked.
  3. Accumulation of dead skin cells further clogs the pores, leading to the formation of internal comedones (whiteheads).
  4. Acnes bacteria break down the trapped oil in the pores, leading to inflammation, resulting in acne and folliculitis.

The principle of rapid Micro DermaStamp is similar to minimally invasive laser treatments, creating micro-injuries on the skin’s surface. This stimulates skin cells and the reorganization of the fibrous tissue, promoting collagen production and improving skin elasticity. The treatment can target specific scars and deeper tissues. Unlike laser therapies, which involve heat energy and may lead to post-treatment hyperpigmentation, Micro DermaStamp is considered more suitable for Asian skin.

How many sessions are needed for improvement?

The number of sessions required varies based on factors such as age, skin condition, and the specific area being treated. Generally, 4-12 sessions may be needed. It’s recommended to consult with our professional skincare consultant to plan the most effective treatment course for you.

Will there be a significant amount of blood during the treatment?

Generally, no. Slight bleeding may occur if using needles of 1.0 mm or above, which is a normal and non-permanent occurrence. The Micro DermaStamp process may cause minor capillary rupture, resulting in mild oozing, but it stops once the needle is removed. This process also triggers the release of skin repair growth factors from blood platelets.

Is there redness or swelling after the procedure? How many days does the redness last?

Not necessarily! Redness and swelling are minimal for needles below 0.5mm but can occur with needles of 1mm or above. This mild redness, similar to sunburn, typically lasts around 3-7 days. Cold compresses can be applied several times a day for 10 minutes each time to alleviate redness.

What precautions should be taken for skin renewal within 24 hours after treatment?

Temporary bronzing may occur within 3-14 days, depending on the treatment intensity. Adequate hydration and sun protection can accelerate improvement. Temporary peeling of aged necrotic tissue will happen naturally, similar to post-sun exposure reactions, but without pain. The use of moisturizing repair products can alleviate peeling.

Does Micro DermaStamp expose the skin to bacterial infection?

No, because the needles used in the treatment are disposable and individually packaged.

Who is not suitable for Micro DermaStamp?

Those with sensitive skin, eczema, herpes, severe acne, or frequent skin inflammation are not suitable for Micro DermaStamp. Individuals with immune disorders, such as diabetes, are also not recommended.

What should be noted before and after Micro DermaStamp?

Before Micro DermaStamp, avoid sun exposure, exfoliation, and any chemical peel treatments. After Micro DermaStamp, avoid exposure to the sun, saunas, and steam baths for 10 days. Do not use products containing glycolic acid and recommend using skincare products rich with active ingredients and effective moisturizing repair properties.