Rejuvapen results for neck and face?
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The results with this device is subtle. You will not achieve dramatic changes, but many patients like it for an easy maintenance treatment. Multiple sessions are always more beneficial than single treatments.
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There are many brands, and they all work basically the same. The AquaGold is a new device with a portal to deliver products, and you need the right products. This has a lot of interesting possibilities; we are working to see all we can do with this.
And then there are several “big-box” radiofrequency devices that are needling devices that produces fractional RF needling injuries. The EndyMed Intensif is one of these and producing some very nice results in rejuvenating the skin and in treating scars – much faster than the pens are doing.
Check with your board-certified dermatologist or plastic surgeon – find out if this is right for you.
Rejuvapen Works Great for Fine Lines and Wrinkles
In my evaluation of these devices, the Rejuvapen System is one of the better devices on the market for micro-needling. Their needles and power levels have proven safe and effective in my clinic.
One other important aspect of micro-needling is the combination of this treatment with topical application of platelet-rich plasma. I love combining TruPRP treatments with micro-needling, both topically and injected. We have seen very good results with the combined treatment.
Finally, Rejuvapen is one of the few micro-needling companies that offers products to put on the skin after the micro-needling has been completed. One of these products available with Rejuvapen are the OMNI line of growth factor products. Many practices are using these products with micro-needling to try and achieve better results and faster recovery.
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