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Hydra Needle 20 Pins Microneedle Serum Applicator Derma Needles Skin Care MESOTHERAPY 0.25mm:0.5mm:0.6mm:1.0mm:1.5mm 03

How to Use Hydra Needle?

There are various tools used by both cosmetic practices and DIY users to perform microneedling, but the Hydra Needle offers something more. Compared to other microneedling devices like the derma roller, derma pen, and other related products that puncture microchannels in the skin to trigger its natural healing response, Hydra Needle units are fitted with 20 microneedles and an applicator vial for up to 5 milliliters of fluid.

After adding a topical serum of your choice, the unit can dispense serums into the microchannels as soon as they’re formed in the skin. This allows you to infuse the skin with beneficial serums that can penetrate more deeply, thus providing the patient with an extra dimension to their microneedling experience.

Our Hydra Needle products also come with different needle sizes, which can provide different results based on how deep the needles puncture the skin.

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The device has 20 small micro-needles on its surface that only go up to 0.6mm and are thinner than a human hair. When dotted on the skin they create pathways that lead your products past your outer skin layer.

The needles 0.5mm and above can delve into the second layer of skin, triggering your body’s wound healing response, at which point the following occurs: (1) The skin releases substances that stimulate growth, leading to new healthy skin being created, (2) the skin starts to produce more collagen leading to fewer wrinkles and much firmer skin.


Microneedling is one of the few treatments that can help with a large array of skin-related problems, including:
Skin pigmentation issues
Enlarged pores
Loose skin
Hair loss


Microneedling treatments typically cost anywhere between £200-350. But the truth is that you don’t need to pay these extortionate fees as long as you’re using a device below 0.6mm and can follow the proper technique used by professionals. We’ve detailed everything you need to know in the steps below along with some tips.

Step 1: Disinfect your Hydra Needle

Disinfect your device by letting it soak in 70 per cent isopropyl alcohol for approximately 5 to 10 minutes. Leave it to dry on a clean surface such as a paper or cotton towel.

Step 2: Wash your face

Thoroughly cleanse your face using a gentle pH-balanced cleanser.

If you’re using a length of 0.5mm or longer, you’ll also need to wipe down your face with 70 per cent isopropyl alcohol before the microneedling process. You can do this after applying numbing cream if you require it.

Step 3: Apply numbing cream (optional)

Depending on your tolerance, you may need to apply an anaesthetic cream. Follow the instructions the manufacturer provides on or in the packet and be sure to completely wipe it off before you start needling. Typically, it takes up to 30 minutes for the topical anaesthetic to work.

Step 4: Prepare your Hydra Needle

After your Hydra Needle has been sterilised and dried:

Pour your serum of choice into the glass bottle
Place the top on and screw it tightly
Shake the Hydra Needle gently from side to side several times to bring the serum to the tip
Press the button in the centre if you need to help the serum exit

Step 5: Begin microneedling

If you intend on treating your entire face instead of specific areas of concern, splitting your face into sections will make the whole process easier. You should start on the right cheek and right side of the nose, move to the upper lip and the neck area from the right to the centre. Then complete the forehead and the other side of your face.

Now for the technique:

Stamp the Hydra Needle straight down on the areas you wish to treat
Use only very gentle to moderate pressure, depending on the thickness of skin on the area. Never use excessive force
Go over every region you intend to treat 4 times to begin with, as your skin adjusts, you can gradually increase this to 6-8 times.

Step 6: Aftercare

Apply petroleum jelly to the treatment area.

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– Never use excessive pressure while microneedling. Be gentle (similar to pressing the button on an elevator). Some pressure is good, but more is not necessarily better.
– If you’d like to stamp further in, hold the skin taut.
– Serums have different viscosity, and this influences how well they exit your device. Try to choose a serum that does not have a thick texture.
– Also note, the faster you stamp the Hydra Needle, the more serum will be dispensed. If you find that your serum is not being released adequately, lightly shake the Hydra Needle, or angle slightly.
– Avoid needling around the eye area with any needle length longer than 0.25mm and go over this area incredibly lightly.
– Also tread lightly around the forehead where the skin is thinner and around the jawline where it’s easier to scar.
– Never drag the Hydra Needle across your skin as this can lead to scratches.
– Do not use irritating products such as chemical exfoliates e.g., salicylic acid and lactic acid, or active ingredients like benzoyl peroxide, retinol and tretinoin etc during or after treatment. It’s advised you stop such treatments 4 days before microneedling.

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