Collagen induction therapy (CIT) is an aesthetic medical procedure that involves repeatedly puncturing the skin with tiny, sterile needles (micro-needling the skin) in order to induce endogenous production of cutaneous collagen.
How Does It Work?
The idea behind CIT is similar to that of many other non-surgical skin-tightening procedures in that it aims to create a controlled injury underneath the skin’s surface, thereby inducing the body to respond by producing more collagen in the treated area. The skin plumps and thickens in response to the stimulus, reducing the appearance of scars, stretch marks, and fine lines.
Microneedling can be utilized to treat a number of skin conditions from the minor fine lines to acne scarring and stretch marks. Treatments can be repeated several times per week for minor conditions to once a month for scarring. Includes a skin specific serum, vitamin or anti-age mask followed with a skin specific moisturizer and SPF.
$150 per treatment
$800 for 6 treatments (savings of $100)