Have you heard of Rejuvapen? It’s a small device designed to minimize the appearance of scars, treat symptoms of aging skin, and many other conditions. Let’s go through the answers to three big questions you probably have about Rejuvapen.
How does Rejuvapen work?
Rejuvapen relies on a process known as Fractional Collagen Induction Therapy, also known as micro-needling. The Rejuvapen has nine tiny needles made of surgical grade stainless steel. These needles penetrate the upper layer of skin and break up old strands of collagen in the lower layer. From there, the body’s natural healing response takes over. Your skin will produce more collagen and elastin, giving you smoother, tighter, more even-toned skin.
Collagen Induction Therapy is a great skin treatment method because it builds up the connective tissue in the lower layers of skin without damaging the protective upper layers of skin. The needles in the Rejuvapen are designed to be small enough so that they do not cause damage to the epidermis.
The Rejuvapen can even be used to enhance the effect of topical skin creams. The small holes made by Rejuvapen allow a topical cream to reach the lower layer of skin, the dermis, making the topical treatment more effective.
Rejuvapen also does not use any heat, unlike other skin treatment devices.
Is Rejuvapen safe?
Rejuvapen is FDA approved, and only licensed medical professionals are allowed to use it. The treatments are safe, quick, and efficient. Rejuvapen is designed not to penetrate the skin too far, and the needles are designed to be as small as possible, so they cause minimal injury to the epidermis.
Is Rejuvapen treatment right for you?
Rejuvapen can reduce fine lines and wrinkles, tighten and firm your skin, improve the appearance of scars (including acne scars), improve the appearance of stretch marks, and minimize pore size. Additionally, Rejuvapen can aid in the treatment of acne or melasma, in addition to topical medications. The tiny holes that Rejuvapen creates in the epidermis allow topical drugs to more easily reach the lower layers of skin.
If you are seeking treatment for any of these conditions, Rejuvapen might be right for you. Rejuvapen is safe for use on both light and dark skin, and anything in between.
How much does Rejuvapen cost?
Dr. Thomas Funcik offers individual Rejuvapen treatments for $350 each, or $900 for a series of four treatments. If you’re finally ready to say goodbye to those scars and imperfections, why not give us a call today?