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What type of Dr Pen cartridge should I use?

To get the best results from your microneedling treatment, we recommend tailoring the Dr Pen cartridges that you use to the area of your face that you're treating. At Dr Pen UK We stock a wide range of microneedling cartridges to fit the different types of Dr Pen. The Type of needle cartridge you use will be dependant upon the area you are trying to treat. You can find out more on our needle cartridge guide here!
Why are there so many microneedling cartridges to choose from?
Microneedling needles sometimes called dermapen cartridges come in many different needle types, ranging from 9-42 and Nano and more. Nine pin needle cartridges will treat fine lines, and are less invasive. 12 pin needle cartridges are more effective and are suitable to treat all skin concerns, including fine lines and deep wrinkles, stretch marks, cellulite, pigmentation, burn scars, and post acne scars. 36 and 42 pin Needle Cartridges are more invasive and suitable to treat scars, large pores and deep wrinkles. Working with these needles can be more painful. We stock a wide range of microneedling cartridges here at Dr Pen UK because we want to give our customers the option to be able to treat every skin concern and get the best out of the Dr Pen Microneedling device.
What are the microneedling cartridges made from?
All the needles we stock at Dr Pen UK are 100% genuine, they are made from medical grade titanium and stainless steel. Some of the cartridges are slightly thinner at 0.18mm this is the finest needle gauge available.
How do I use my Dr Pen Cartridges?
The microneedling cartridge comes in a sterile pack. These are all marked with lot number and expiry dates. Open the cartridge packaging and attach to your Dr Pen. On fully prepared skin, work in small areas and apply serum to each area before needling. This will help to ensure that the pen does not drag or pull on the skin. The recommended pattern to move the pen for best results is vertical, horizontal, and then diagonal in both directions.