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    The Best Things to Know About Rejuvapen Microneedling

    There are a lot of skincare treatments out there to help you fight the signs of aging, but few of them are a natural solution that targets the problem at its source. Understanding how the skin ages and changes over time will help you understand why Rejuvapen microneedling works to deliver results in a minimally invasive and naturally occurring way.

    Rejuvapen Microneedling

    What Causes Aging

    The signs of aging that you notice first in your skin — wrinkles, fine lines, dryness, and sagging—are all related to one important component that the human body naturally produces. Collagen is responsible for keeping skin tight and firm, and it is what heals the skin to reduce the visibility of scarring and other blemishes. 

    How Rejuvapen Microneedling Works

    Rejuvapen microneedling improves firmness, elasticity, and appearance of the skin by stimulating collagen production and the body’s own healing response. Tiny holes are placed in the skin with the Rejuvapen in targeted areas to break up old collagen deposits and stimulate new production and the skin’s natural healing response. 

    Long-Lasting and Natural Results

    Getting Rejuvapen microneedling done on your skin will not give you immediate results. Because of the way that microneedling works, it takes time for you to see the results you are seeking. You will begin to notice changes in your skin within the first few days, and optimum results are reached within about four weeks. The results are long lasting because they are natural, and the treatment is safe to repeat as often as necessary.

    If you are interested in learning more about Rejuvapen microneedling or want to try it for yourself, contact us today for more information or to schedule an appointment.

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