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Eclipse MicroPen As Seen on The Doctors Show
Eclipse MicroPen, known as MicroNeedling, stimulates a process called Collagen Induction Therapy (CIT) stimulates the production of the skin’s own collagen and elastin. Unlike other micro-needle devices, the Eclipse MicroPen uses automated oscillation at 8500 RPMs to place microchannels more uniformly and reduce trauma to the skin.
This treatment addresses concerns such as:
*Repeating this process several times per year and combining it with a healthy skincare regimen will dramatically improve your skin health.
The Secret Of The Stars –MicroPen with Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)
MicroPen treatments can also be coupled with Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Skin Rejuvenation Therapy, the potential of your own body is used to improve the overall texture and tone of your skin, naturally. Your own unique tissue growth factors and healing properties revitalize the skin by improving blood supply and stimulating collagen formation. Platelet Rich Plasma Skin Rejuvenation Therapy is a natural approach to improving the condition of your skin by using your body’s own growth factors to improve the overall texture and tone of your skin. That’s right, your own unique tissue growth factors and healing properties revitalize the skin by improving blood supply and stimulating collagen formulation. Wrinkles, pores, dark spots are acne scars are reduced with this treatment.
What to expect with PRP add-on treatment:
- The practitioner draws a similar amount of blood required for a basic lab test.
- The blood is placed into a centrifuge for spinning at a very rapid rate to separate the platelets from the other components of the blood.
- The platelet-rich plasma is activated to release at least 8 essential growth factors and signaling proteins. Platelet-rich plasma is a technology that deploys aspects of blood based biochemistry. Because all constitutes retrieved in PRP are exclusively from the patient, there is virtually no risk of an allergic reaction or intolerance.
As part of the body’s healing ability, platelets and other components in human blood migrate to the site of injury. Platelets are well known to release numerous growth factors that respond to tissue injury, and initiate and promote healing.