In the spring of 2019, Medes College introduced Micro-needling as part of its Medical Esthetics curriculum.  We continuously strive to provide students with the latest trends in esthetic education by offering courses that include the latest technologies.  Launching a student training in Collagen Induction Therapy supports our corporate dedication to the future success of our students and we are happy to be able to provide the latest in Micro-needling technology at our college.  When we decided to move forward with this technology it became very clear that we wanted to team up with a company that offered a safe and effective technology, and purchasing a Health Canada licensed device was at the top of our priority list in terms of safety.

The eDermaStamp® by Dermaroller provides what we feel is the safest and most effective technology in Micro-needling.  As a future esthetic student, you may be asking yourself what is micro-needling and why is it important to me? This treatment has significantly gaining in popularity due to its many benefits and it is likely to be a treatment that your future customers will request.  

Micro-needling is a therapy that uses special medical grade micro-needles that creates thousands of micro-lesions in the dermis.  This controlled damage allows the wound to heal slowly and correctly, rather than in emergency mode.  It triggers the body’s natural healing process by stimulating cell proliferation and causing the formation of new collagen, promoting skin repair and reducing the appearance of aging, wrinkles, scars, & stretch marks.

For more information on Micro-needling with the eDermaStamp® by Dermaroller, we invite you to check out their website at https://dermarollerclinics.com/dermaroller-pro/ or for course information at Medes College, we invite you to contact us by e-mail at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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