There is a new popular treatment in skin care called microneedlng, which uses fine needles to puncture the skin, creating a controlled wound and resulting in improved texture and tone. I have had microneedling done and while it was not the most pleasant experience, I did see an improvement on my skin! My whole reason behind becoming an esthetician was to help people improve their skin, so I knew that once I had my license I had to invest in a microneedling device.
I kept researching different pens on the market but none of them stood out to me. Most of them claimed to be sanitary but a lot were recalled due to a potential of cross contamination. That is the scariest thing! I wouldn't want to go in for a cosmetic service and end up with a blood-bourne pathogen!
I started asking estheticians on a social media group of what they would suggest. SO MANY PROFESSIONALS pointed me to Rezenerate. After months of research, I committed to the purchase and now I AM HOOKED.
Rezenerate is a little different than microneedling. Instead of using needles to puncture the skin, Rezenerate uses a chip with nano-needles, mono-crystalline silicon pyramid structures that are 1/3rd the diameter of a human hair. Because the structures are so small, they have the ability to pierce cell walls, creating millions of nano channels. And it doesn't hurt! Instead of professional grade skincare products just sitting on top of the skin, it is more readily absorbed through the nano channels. And the action of the nano-needling procedure also incourages new collagen and elastin production, helping with fine lines and wrinkles. Just like microneedling!
-Visible reduction of fine lines and wrinkles
-Improved healing of stretchmarks
-Significant reduction in scarring
-Improved tone, especialy post inflamitory hyperpigmentation
-Minimized appearance of pores
-New skin is smoother, and more radiant
-Improved skin at a cellular level
-Faster results than regular facials or peels
-Downtime Microneedling requires
-Potential for cross contamination
Microneedling options can cost nearly $200 for a single treatment.
FOR A LIMITED TIME, I am offering my Rezenerate Treatments at $100 per treatment, and a series of three treatments at $250. Each treatment comes with customized finishing serums to target your specific skin concerns. Try it, and fall in love with your skin again!