MicroNeedling for Collagen Induction Therapy


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What it Micro-Needling?

Also known as Collagen Induction Therapy, Micro-Needling is a process that involves repeatedly puncturing the skin creating micro-injuries or channels. A healing process is triggered, thus promoting collagen and elastin (fibers that give our skin firmness and tightness) production. Pain and discomfort is controlled with topical medication. We use the only FDA approved Class II Micro-Needling device, clinically proven to be safe and effective. 

Why FDA approval matters?  Other devices may suffer from hooked, or jagged needles and cause damage to the skin, see picture below. SkinPen is clinically proven to provide safe needle depth creating precise channels. It has been laboratory tested and validated to prevent risk of cross-contamination. 

Based on recent research there are many reasons as to why this cosmetic procedure is becoming more and more desirable, some being, reducing fine lines and deep wrinkles, repairing visible scars, shrinks pores, reverses sun damage and pigmentation and also amplifies the effectiveness of skin products. Additionally, this process can be done anywhere on the body. 


Pacific Plastic Surgery
1722 State St., Ste. #102
Santa Barbara, CA 93101
Phone: 805-214-6923
Fax: 805-898-0600

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