Proven wrinkle treatment results. Premier German Engineering.
Discover the latest in microneedling that’s exceeding expectations
The amiea med EXCEED by MT.DERM does exactly what the name suggests: it exceeds all expectations and technology of every other microneedling device on the market today. Backed by a rigorous clinical study, it has been proven to significantly improve facial wrinkles, skin texture, and laxity with as few as four treatments.2
Accuracy and Safety Meets Innovation and Sophistication
With a unique, six-needle tilting plate and patented safety membrane for powerful and precise skin punctuation at 900 punctures per second, the EXCEED high-end needle cartridge delivers outstanding results in safety and beauty.
Inspired by Perfection,
Proven by Science
Clinically proven to improve skin laxity, texture, and the appearance of wrinkles and pores.
What is microneedling?
Microneedling with amiea med EXCEED is used as a method for minimally invasive Percutaneous Collagen Induction (PCI) for the treatment of wrinkles. Watch how PCI stimulates the production of collagen and elastin to effectively smooth out wrinkles and gives skin a more youthful appearance.
The Power of German Engineering,
The Prestige of Microneedling Leadership
Based in Germany, amiea med is a brand of MT.DERM. As the developers of the first FDA-cleared automated microneedling medical device for wrinkle reduction,1 our unmatched commitment to meeting the highest standards in quality, safety, innovation, and acquiring European Medical Certification CE 0123 for acne scar treatment allows us to maintain our position as the leaders in the microneedling space.
- EXCEED U.S. Intended Use (FDA Indication): The EXCEED is a microneedling device and accessories is intended for the treatment of wrinkles in Fitzpatrick skin types I, II and/or III in the following facial areas: glabellar frown lines, periorbital lines and cheek folds in adults aged 22 years or older.
- Ablon G. Safety and Effectiveness of an Automated Microneedling Device in Improving the Signs of Aging. J Clin Aesthet Dermatol. 2018; 11(8):29-34.