Microneedling with LED Light Therapy
Microneedling, sometimes called collagen induction therapy (CIT) or percutaneous collagen induction (PCI), is a minimally invasive service. A dermal "pen" uses a grouping of tiny needles to imprint shallow (2 mm or less) punctures into the skin. This produces a controlled opening of the dermis. Most often with microneedling, skin repairing serums are needled into the skin. This technique allows for deeper penetration of the product. Products used are based on skin type and the clients desired results. After the service, the skin undergoes self-repair in which high levels of collagen are formed and the skin is strengthened. Microneedling is excellent for skin resurfacing, scar repair and softening of lines and wrinkles. Microneedling can be performed several weeks before Botox injections to help smooth out stubborn lines.
With the addition of LED therapy it is designed to stimulate cellular activity, the light treatment helps minimize fine lines and wrinkles, treats sun-damage and stretch marks, and reduces redness. LED Light Therapy also treats mild to moderate acne.
$200 · 1 hour