Rejuvapen™ is an FDA cleared microneedling device to treat facial wrinkles. Rejuvapen microneedling takes less than an hour, is painless, and requires little-to-no recovery time. With its advanced design, the Rejuvapen NXT delivers both profitability and exceptional results.
Rejuvapen™ is an in-office microneedling treatment that uses a pen-like device to stimulate elastin and collagen production, a technique known as collagen induction therapy.
The result is overall skin rejuvenation: smaller pore size, and less apparent fine lines and hyperpigmentation (even melasma), and slightly firmer skin. It can also improve the appearance of scars, including acne scars and stretch marks.
This nonsurgical, medical-grade treatment creates micro-perforations in the skin, which trigger its natural repair mechanism—which is why it’s considered a natural form of skin renewal. Accelerated cell regeneration and boosted collagen production improves the appearance of the skin.
Microneedling treatments are done with either a derma-roller device or a smaller, more precise motorized tool, like Rejuvapen. Motorized devices are considered superior to derma rollers for several reasons: The needles puncture the skin vertically (as opposed to at a 45-degree angle), producing cleaner, more even wounds that heal quicker.
Rejuvapen™ has nine microneedles in a small cylindrical cartridge. Its adjustable needle length means it can enter the skin at varying depths and speeds, to best target various layers of the skin depending on your particular skin issue.
Also, its disposable tip makes the procedure more sanitary, and the small cartridge makes it easier for the doctor to treat delicate areas, like around the eyes and lips.
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Your cost will depend on your provider’s experience level, their practice location, and how many treatments you have.
Cosmetic procedures like microneedling aren’t covered by insurance, but most providers offer payment plans or accept financing.
The procedure takes around 45 minutes. Your provider starts by applying a numbing cream, so you won’t feel pain during your procedure. After 10–20 minutes, they’ll clean your skin and begin your treatment, moving and “stamping” the pen over your skin. Depending on how aggressive they are, you may have pinpoint bleeding.
Afterward, your skin will be more receptive to topical ingredients, so some providers apply serums with antioxidants and other potent ingredients to aid healing and enhance your results.
There’s no major downtime afterward. You’ll experience some redness, like a sunburn, that may last for two to four days, but it can be covered with makeup.
You’ll see some results within a few days after your first treatment, with optimal results appearing several months after a series of four to six sessions.
This isn’t a quick fix: expect to see your final results three to six months after your last treatment. It takes that long for new collagen remodeling to occur—the downside of relying on the natural healing property of the skin.
Results from a Rejuvapen treatment aren’t permanent, although it can permanently lighten the appearance of acne scars and stretch marks.
For hyperpigmentation issues and fine lines, you can prolong your results and prevent new sun damage by wearing a wide-brim hat and using sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher every day. But most people will need annual maintenance treatments, to keep up their results.
The Rejuvapen is FDA-cleared, meaning it was deemed significantly similar to an FDA-approved device used for the same purpose.
**Results may vary. We are reputable for complete customer satisfaction for completed treatments. Before and after images reflect real results from real patients, although individual results may vary. No treatment is promised to provide permanent results. A guarantee is neither provided nor implied. Statements estimating treatment duration and the number of treatments required are based on the typical experience or our patients, however individual experiences may vary.