The science behind the results. Expectations and outcomes. Treatment parameters and protocols. Synergistic treatment modalities. Cautions and considerations. Avoiding the inflammatory response. Product ingredients to avoid. The Concise Guide to Dermal Needling by Dr. Lance Setterfield is the quintessential source for “all things needling”. Now in an Expanded Medical Edition, this textbook outlines the science behind microneedling and, most importantly, how to get results. Many are under the illusion that all that is needed is a needling device and a cream to obtain results. This simplistic approach accounts for many negative outcomes associated with microneedling, including the notion that “it doesn’t work”. New edition has 130+ additional pages discussing on additional topics including PRP, LMW-HA, Stem Cells, Paraben.
Anyone serious about understanding skin rejuvenation will find the content of this book a comprehensive source of valuable information. It is perhaps the bible of dermal needling and cosmetic rolling. –Florence Barrett-Hill, Author of Advanced Skin Analysis & Cosmetic Chemistry
About the Author
Author Dr Lance Setterfield, Medical Director of Acacia Dermacare in Victoria, Canada, was one of the early adopters of this treatment modality and consequently has many years of experience to share. He has vast experience with all forms of skin rejuvenation modalities and conducted many years of research and clinical trials to evaluate the effectiveness of these modalities in specific situations. Dr Setterfield believes optimizing skin health through regulating cell function is an attainable goal. He specializes in ideal skin rejuvenation treatment programs that protect the epidermis, preserve the dermal papillae, optimize cell function, break down scar tissue and rebuild the extracellular matrix with normal collagen, as opposed to scar tissue.
Publisher : Acacia Dermacare; 3rd edition (22 December 2017)
Language : English
Paperback : 296 pages
ISBN-10 : 0992060419
ISBN-13 : 978-0992060411
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