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Medical Grade MICRONEEDLING   $219

Series of 3 = $627

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What is Medical Grade Microneedling?

Collagen Induction Therapy is a skin rejuvenation procedure that improves the appearance of wrinkles, acne scars, hyper-pigmentation, and stretch marks by stimulating the skin’s natural ability to repair itself. Collagen Induction Therapy uses micro needles to create hundreds of micro channels in the superficial layers of the skin. In response to these micro injuries, the body releases growth factors, which trigger the wound healing process. During this process, the body produces normal woven collagen vs. scar collagen, resulting in thicker more youthful appearing skin. This treatment is under the guidance of a medical director

Who can benefit from microneedling?

Anyone seeking skin rejuvenation can benefit from microneedling. It is safe for all skin types and tones.

How should I prepare for my treatment?

No Retin-A products or applications for 24 hours prior to treatment.

No auto-immune therapies or products 24 hours prior to treatment.

No prolonged sun exposure or sun burns to the treatment area.

Skin should be clean and makeup free.

No fillers, botox, chemical peels or laser treatments two weeks before microneedling.

Expect 2-3 days of social down time after collagen induction therapy.

What should I expect during my treatment?

A sterile tip housing microneedle is attached to a pen type device. The pen is electrically charged and oscillates the needles, moving them up and down at varying speeds. A treatment serum is applied to the skin and the tip, containing the needles, glides over the skin creating micro channels. A topical anesthetic is applied to the skin before the treatment to make it very comfortable. The microneedling treatment takes about 30 minutes.

What about Home care?

The day of treatment

Your skin might be pink and swollen or not look different at all. Use products recommended by your aesthetician. Avoid exercise, saunas and sun exposure for the first day. No makeup. Keep skin free of potential infecting agents (i.e. pets, dirty bed sheets, cleaning the house, etc.)

Days 2-3

Skin might feel very tight. May still be red and slightly swollen. No alcohol-based toners or acids for 10-14 days. Quality home care products will support healing of the skin.

Day 4 and Beyond

Skin may start to feel itchy and may become flaky. Resume normal skin care routine including sun screen. Follow the advice of your skin care professional.



Active acne      

Active infection of any type

(bacterial, viral, or fungal)

Allergy to topical numbing agents

including Lidocaine

Blood thinner medications

Cardiac disease/abnormalities

Chemotherapy or radiation

Collagen Vascular Disease

Eczema, Psoriasis, or Dermatitis

Hemophilia / bleeding disorders

Hormone Replacement Therapy

Keloid/hypertrophic scaring

Pregnancy / Lactation

Raised lesions (moles, warts, etc.

Recent chemical peel procedure

*Recent use of some topical rx



Skin Cancer




Uncontrolled diabetes


Botox - Fillers within two weeks

Threads within 3 Months

Facial plastic surgery - Consultation required

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