Harness the healing power of your skin
Receive enhanced and long-lasting results with Collagen Induction Therapy near St. Cloud at Refine Dermatique. Also called microneedling or microtherapy in Sartell, Collagen Induction Therapy stimulates collagen production by creating tiny injuries to the skin. Collagen Induction Therapy treatments can be used on their own, or in combination with other skin rejuvenation treatments for enhanced results. Micro-Needling treatments also help to increase the absorption of topical skincare products, increasing their overall effectiveness. For improved comfort for our clients, we utilize SkinPen® Precision, the first Class II FDA cleared Microneedling Device designed and engineered for safety in every step.
Treats the following conditions on the face:
Frequently Asked Questions
How does Collagen Induction Therapy work?
Collagen Induction Therapy, also known as Sartell Micro-Needling or Microtherapy, creates tiny “injuries” to the skin to trigger collagen production for younger-looking skin. Collagen Induction Therapy is commonly used in combination with other treatments for enhanced improvement.
Is Collagen Induction Therapy painful?
Most clients find this treatment to be comfortable as we use a topical numbing agent.
Are there any side effects associated with Collagen Induction Therapy?
The skin will appear slightly pink to red immediately post-procedure, like a mild to moderate sunburn. There may also be some pinpoint bleeding depending on your treatment. The most common treatment responses are dryness, rough skin, tightness, redness, itching, peeling, and tenderness which usually resolve in a few days.
For improved comfort for our clients, we utilize SpinPen® Precision, the first Class II FDA cleared Microneedling Device designed and engineered for safety in every step.
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