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skin pen, microneedling, skin treatment

Skin Pen/ Microneedling
Sandy Utah

SkinPen is also known as Microneedling. We offer this treatment in combination with a variety of serums that are specific to the skin concern our clients are trying to correct. By creating tiny injuries in a specific area, the body’s natural healing process is prompted to heal them. Then, once healed, the skin returns to looking more youthful and radiant.

Also, as we age, our natural skin structure deteriorates resulting in fine lines, wrinkles, large pores, and uneven skin texture. Many of us also get scars for various reasons. Microneedling is a form of collagen-induction-therapy that is an excellent procedure for targeting undesired skin problems, whether they resulted from natural or accidental causes.


PRP, or “Liquid Gold” as some refer to it, is a concentration of platelets from a person’s blood that stimulates cell growth within their own body. After their blood is drawn and processed, it is used for treatment with the SkinPen.

When used in combination with SkinPen, this procedure is often referred to as a Vampire Facial, which is the gold standard in the aesthetic industry for collagen and elastin production with healing properties.

Hyaluronic Acid

Hyaluronic Acid, also known as HA, is used to hydrate skin, reduce wrinkles, diminish fine lines, improve elasticity, and increase skin firmness.

HA can be used on every skin type and any age. When used in combination with SkinPen, it provides a jumpstart to induce new collagen without chemicals.

F A Q's

How does Microneedling change my skins appearance?

Microneedling should give your skin a renewed glow, making it look healthier and more youthful. The treatment can also minimize or eliminate rough skin, fine lines, wrinkles, acne scars, and stretch marks.

How often can I get Microneedling treatments?

For many people, microneedling isn’t a one-time treatment. Instead, it is ideal to have treatments every 4 to 6 weeks.

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