Maximize Skin Beauty with the MicroPen

Photo-of-skin-beauty-micropen-LocateADocIt is common for individuals to seek to have scars from surgery, stretch marks from rapid weight gain or loss, and other bothersome marks removed from their skin. But rather than going through an elaborate procedure, there is a new option that many are exploring to achieve their desired results. 

The Eclipse MicroPen is designed to effectively treat the lower layers of skin. With the help of precise measurements, this micro-needling device will administer medication to the same depth each time. And since it’s battery-powered, your doctor can move about freely and easily while administering the treatment.

The Eclipse MicroPen has many uses in dermatology. Its primary purpose is to deliver a series of controlled injections designed to stimulate the production of collagen and elastin. These substances keep the skin smooth and supple, and are naturally produced by our bodies. However, as we age, production wanes, causing wrinkles and other aging marks.

The tool has also been used to infuse anti-redness serums, lightening agents, and anti-acne serums into the skin. If your skin is beginning to age or is developing other unsightly marks which make their way to the surface, find a doctor today! You may be able to benefit from treatments which utilize the Eclipse MicroPen.

To learn more about skin treatments, check out our additional resources on dermatology.

Further Reading

  • Up until now, dermatologists have been trying a variety of different skin removal techniques to get rid of precancerous skin lesions.

  • Topical agents, diet and certain medicines presented at the American Academy of Dermatology’s Summer Academy Meeting 2010 in Chicago is showing promise for preventing UV-induced skin cancer. Most skin cancers are caused by overexposure to ultraviolet radiation, and dermatologists are now encouraging the public to be conscientious about the amount of sun they are exposed to, and taking extra steps to use broad-spectrum sunscreen on a regular basis.

  • Individuals with a rare skin disease called recessive dystrophic epidermolysis bullosa (RDEB) can improve their condition with the transfer of bone marrow stem cells. A team of medical researchers has found that bone marrow stem cells can effectively treat the disease and help to repair the skin and speed up the healing process. This skin disease cannot be treated with conventional dermatology procedures.