Transform your skin with Scottsdale Skin Needling — The DC Method, an innovative technology that dramatically reduces the appearance of scars and imperfections while improving the overall texture, tone and brightness of the skin.

Every human being on earth is born custom-wrapped in skin, the body’s largest organ. Relatively flawless at birth, skin gradually acquires scars, wrinkles, stretch-marks, discolorations, growths — a vast array of undesirable changes that develop with time and exposure. Whether through injury or environmental damage from sun exposure or chemicals, or from genetic anomalies, the causes of skin damage are unlimited.

Effective remedies and procedures for this inevitable damage are rare, short-lived and often, very expensive. But there is hope! An innovation in skincare and repair has been developed and perfected by Certified Medical Micro-Pigmentation Practitioner and Licensed Aesthetician Linda Dunn-Carter.

Carefully perfecting her DC Method through 400 clinical case studies and more than 2,000 procedures, Dunn-Carter has achieved significant, positive changes in the appearance and texture of scars as well as in the tone, texture and brightening of the skin. The evaluations completed by 400 clients report that 95 to 100% of those clients saw improvement in the first week and outstanding results by Week 16.

The unique success of the DC Method comes from a process that fundamentally reprograms and transforms the skin. This is accomplished through Dunn-Carter’s precise pre and post-care treatments, which cut the healing time in half while reprogramming and nurturing the new tissue. In addition, her home care regimens have been carefully designed to meet each individual client’s needs.

How does skin needling work?

Using state-of-the-art tattoo machines with specific needles and needle clusters, the treatment area is initially numbed before the abrading needle is introduced to the epidermis and the top layer of the dermis. This gently breaks the bands of tethered tissue and opens the pathway for natural production of collagen and elastin to blast to the surface and repair the damaged skin.

Where on the body can it be performed?

The DC Method can be performed on any part of the body including face, arms, neck, under eyes, eye lids, stomach, breasts, stretch marks, hands, fingers – all these areas and more are potential areas for treatment. In addition, the appearance, texture and immovability of scars from childhood, acne, piercings, burns and surgery can be greatly improved with the DC Method.

How long does it take to heal?

Although normal healing time is 1 to 5 days and most people are able to go out in public or return to work within the next day or two, large surgical scars such as those from tummy tucks and burns can take longer to heal.

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