Erase the signs of aging, acne and other skin imperfections with the advanced technology of the SkinPen!
SkinPen is the safest, most effective vertical microneedling device that offers state-of-the-art skin rejuvenating technology. By creating a series of hundreds of vertical microscopic channels into the dermis, SkinPen stimulates the natural production of new collagen and elastin.
SkinPen is Remarkabley Effective For:
- Acne Scars
- Loss of Resiliency
- Large Pores
- Thin Skin
- Lax Skin
offering results to treat fine lines and wrinkles, acne scars, hyperpigmentation, stretch marks, and skin texture
a minimally invasive, non-ablative treatment
a skin rejuvenating treatment with a superior safety profile
an in-office procedure that is quick and simple
The SkinPen Procedure:
Collagen Induction Therapy (CIT), or microneedling, is the procedure by which the body’s natural response to healing is used to increase the amount of extracellular matrix such as collagen or elastin in the skin. The micro-channels created by the SkinPen allow for leakage of blood, serum, and lymph in a controlled and temporary manner. These “injuries” are enough to initiate the wound healing cascade which is composed of three basic phases.
Phase One –
Inflammation: Activated by piercing the dermal tissue, platelets release cytokines and growth factors which act as signals for the body’s immune system. Neutrophils and macrophages cells are sent in to disinfect the wounds, clear the debris, increase the blood supply (a process called angiogenesis), and begin the creation of fresh, new cellular and extracellular materials (the granulation process).
Phase Two –
Proliferation: In this stage, the fibroblasts (cells that make up much of the dermis and create the extracellular matrix) keratinocytes and epidermal cells continue to divide to populate the areas of damage and secrete growth factors and extracellular matrix, such as elastin and collagen.
Phase Three –
Remodeling: At this stage, the wound has been replaced with new dermal tissues and the newly formed vasculature is now matured. The collagen in the newly formed tissue is now replaced with the h3er collagen and the tissue contracts to cause a “shrink-wrap” effect of the skin.