Microneedling, also known as Collagen Induction Therapy (CIT), involves the insertion of very short fine needles into the skin for the purpose of rejuvenation using a microneedling pen.
Microneedling is a NATURAL WAY to stimulate collagen and elastin production and to treat and improve the following conditions:
Facial Acupuncture involves the insertion of very fine specialized needles for the face to stimulate collagen production and improve circulation. Benefits include:
Microneedling, body acupuncture, mask, herbal serums
4 microneedling sessions (15% off)
Cosmetic facial + body acupuncture, herbal serums
12 facial acupuncture sessions (15% off)
Infrared/Red Light Therapy
6 infrared/red light therapy sessions (15% off)
2 months (10% off)
4 months (15% off)
6 months (20% off)
For best results, it is recommended to have at least 4-6 microneedling sessions (once per month), with facial acupuncture once per week to increase and speed up the results. Research shows that the results from microneedling last 4-6 years.
* Our apple stem cells are shown in research to promote facial stem cell rejuvenation by over 80%.
We include body acupuncture (optional) with all microneedling sessions to treat the root cause of systemic issues that may show up on the face, including hormonal imbalance, stress and emotional factors, circulatory and digestive issues, swelling and inflammation.
Keratinocytes: Makes up 90% of cells in the epidermis and produce the protein keratin. Until recently they held little value in cosmetic treatments and were severely damaged in ablative treatments such as microdermabrasion. Most facial rejuvenation treatments commonly target fibroblasts in the dermis layer. New scientific movements have led to updated approaches in skincare as keratinocytes not only help to thicken the epidermis but also communicate with the fibroblasts below to help ensure healthy collagen production.
Microneedling allows treatments to access the dermis and fibroblasts directly with very little damage to the keratinocytes in the epidermis.
Fibroblasts: Cells located in the dermis. Were once considered the “holy grail” in the cosmetic industry, as the production of collagen is a key goal in creating younger looking skin.