Automated Micro-needling at New skin beauty, by Micropen, also known as Collagen Induction Therapy (CIT),works in theory, much the same way as fraxel laser. Areas of treatment include: fine lines, acne scars, traumatic scars, stretch marks, large pores, dark under eye circles, crows feet, wrinkles, hyper and hypo pigmentation. This procedure may be performed anywhere on the body.
Like the fraxel laser, the Micropen’s sterile needle-tip containing 12 tiny micro-needles creates channels or controlled micro-injuries to the skin in order to produce collagen and elastin. The skin’s repair process results in a thickening of the derm. Wrinkles appear softer, scars, less obvious, pores tighter. These micro-channels fasciltate the absorption of topical gels, creams, and serums used during the treatment, enhancing their effects on the deeper layers of tissue. It’s advantages over fraxyl are that topicals applied to the skin during the procedure enhance treatment, the chance of thermal burn is eliminated, and the recovery and downtime is minimal when compared to fraxel.**
The feeling associated with microneedling is similar to microdermabrasion. Some areas are more sensitive than others. The speed of the reciprocating needle tip makes the treatment comfortable. Sometimes, depending on the depth of the needling and the condition being treated, topical numbing agents may be used.**
Immediately after the treatment you will notice a pinkness to the skin, similar to a sunburn. The total healing time depends on the condition being treated and the depth or the procedure. Adhering strictly to post care instructions will speed up the healing process.**
There is an immediate glow to the skin. Visible changes will develop over the course of several weeks. Results continue to improve for up to 6 months as collagen production continues.**
Most clients will need a series of 2-3 treatments spaced 6-8 weeks apart. Depending on severity of condition, others may require 6-8 treatments to achieve their desired result.**