Collagen Induction Therapy – Revolutionary Non-Surgical Skin Rejuvenation Treatment Used in Europe for years
Skin micro-needling or Collagen Induction Therapy (CIT) is a non-ablative, all-natural cosmetic procedure
that involves the use of a device that contains fine needles. The needles are used to puncture the skin to create a controlled skin injury. Each puncture creates a channel that triggers the body to fill these microscopic wounds by producing new collagen and elastin. Through the process of neovascularization and neocollagenesis, there is improvement in skin texture and firmness, as well as reduction in scars, pore size, and stretch marks
History of Micro-needling (Collagen Induction Therapy)
- . 1950s – First described by Dr. Michel Pistor
- . 1995 – Subcision is introduced.
- . 1997 – Needle dermabrasion using a “tattoo pistol” to treat scars.
- . 1998 – Dr. Des Fernandes of South Africa presented his findings on micro-needling at a conference in San Francisco.
- . 2000 – Horst Liebl designs his first micro-needling Dermaroller® medical device from Germany.
Benefit of Micro-needling (Collagen Induction Therapy)
- . Reduces scars (acne, burn scars, stretch marks)
- . Evens skin pigmentation
- Erases fine lines
- . Fades deep wrinkles
- . Tightens sagging skin
- . Stretch marks
- . Hair restoration