Effects of CIT:
- Enhanced proliferation of collagen and elastin
- Improved skin texture and appearance of pore size
- Reduction of fine lines and wrinkles
- Reduces congestion in the skin
- Hair growth stimulation
- Greater comfort levels due to the SIX AesthetixCollagen Pen Gen 2 design
- Deep delivery of active ingredients to target skin concerns
- Safer and more effective results
- Promotes scar-free healing
What makes the SIX Aesthetix Collagen Pen Gen 2 Unique?
- Disposable needle cartridges
- No cross infection
- The speed of the automated pen is better than a manual application
- Adjustable needle depth and speed
- Easy to use
- Can effectively treat hard to reach areas
- Shortens treatment time
- Treatment can be tailor-made to treat client’s specific requirements
- Portable 2 x batteries
- 2 x Mains charger attachments
- 16 Pin
Benefits to the skin:
- Improved skin tone, texture and colour
- Skin rejuvenation and tightening
- Reduce fine lines and wrinkles
- Dermal delivery of active ingredients
- Glycolic Acid 8% Foaming Face Wash 200ml
- O2 Serum 30ml
- Booster of choice 15ml
- Moisture Boost Mask 50ml
- Broad Spectrum SPF50+
Skin Healing Post Collagen Induction Therapy (CITA)
The controlled wounding process of the collagen induction treatment triggers a series of actions in the skin in order for the skin to heal itself effectively. When the skin is “wounded”, growth factors are released.
A growth factor is a naturally occurring substance (polypeptide) capable of stimulating cellular growth, proliferation, healing and cellular differentiation. Growth factors are important for regulating a variety of cellular processes and typically act as signalling molecules between cells.
The Growth factors released during CIT result in REGENERATIVE HEALING (Collagen forms from the base upwards) and is healthy collagen as opposed to the growth factors released when the epidermis is damaged by ablative methods or heat which in contrast results in cicatricial (collagen forms from the top down and is “scar collagen”.
Fibroblast cells, which are the cells that induce production of collagen and elastin, migrate to the injured site. Fibroblasts are large flat cells that secrete the proteins that form collagen and elastin fibres, and they give rise to connective tissue. Growth factors are key in fibroblast proliferation and stimulate the production of a new extracellular matrix.
The new matrix cross-links and organises itself over time. New collagen will form, encouraging firmer and more toned skin.
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