What is Collagen Induction Therapy?
Way back in 1995, a researcher named Camirand published a paper on the use
of a commercial tattoo skin machine to produce anti-aging results. (No tattoo ink was used, of course.)
Camirand called it “needle stamping,” and it was highly effective for getting the skin to produce more collagen, which is the ultimate goal of all anti-aging treatments.
Today, needle stamping is called micro-needling or Collagen Induction Therapy. Originally overshadowed by more invasive procedures like laser and radio
frequency treatments, the benefits of medical skin needling have finally begun
to get well-deserved attention.
A far more natural treatment than any anti-aging treatment on the market
today, micro-needling can produce similar results as heftier, more expensive
laser without the cost burden.
Micro-needling can be used for:
• Large pores
• Sagging skin
• Deep wrinkles
• Fine Wrinkles
• Skin Texture
• Sun damage
It’s quite a list!
Unlike laser, which focuses on heating and burning the skin to promote collagen,
micro-needling works both on the surface of your skin and within your body to
naturally produce youthful collagen through natural cell regeneration.
You get the same benefits as laser without the serious risks and costs!