SkinPen: The Next Advancement in Micro-TherapySkinPen is a medical grade, Skin needling, also called microneedling therapy, collagen induction therapy (CIT), and percutaneous collagen induction (PCI),...
There are four steps:
Step 1: Cleansing and exfoliation. The technician uses a small "deplaning" tool that opens up pores and sweeps the uppermost layer of makeup debris and dead skin cells away. It felt like a spinning toothbrush was being run over my face.
Step 2: Acid peel. Most glycol peels leave your skin stinging for a few minutes until they're washed off, but not this one. The glycol/salicylic acid peel is gentle enough that it only creates the faintest tingle.
Step 3: Extractions. If you're the type of person who gets off on seeing what comes out of your clogged pores, this is the part of the treatment you'll love. Instead of performing manual extractions, the technician uses something rather elaborately called a vortex-extraction nozzle that acts as a vacuum. The sucking sound it makes is oddly satisfying, but the best (or the worst?) part is the cup at the base of the machine that shows exactly what was extracted—and it's more than you think.
Step 4: Serum applications. This step uses the vortex-fusion tool, which infuses an antioxidant-and-collagen-rich serum into the skin to promote elasticity and hydration.
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