What are the 3 basic phases?

  • Phase One | Inflammation: Activated by piercing the dermal tissue, platelets release cytokines and growth factors which act as signals for the body’s immune system. Neutrophils and macrophages cells are sent in to disinfect the wounds, clear the debris, increase the blood supply (a process called angiogenesis), and begin the creation of fresh, new cellular and extracellular materials (the granulation process).
  • Phase Two | Proliferation: In this stage, the fibroblasts (cells that make up much of the dermis and create the extracellular matrix) keratinocytes and epidermal cells continue to divide to populate the areas of damage and secrete growth factors and extracellular matrix, such as elastin and collagen.
  • Phase Three | Remodeling: At this stage, the wound has been replaced with new dermal tissues and the newly formed vasculature is now matured. The collagen in the newly formed tissue is now replaced with the stronger collagen and the tissue contracts to cause a “shrink-wrap” effect of the skin.

What are the benefits?

In technical terms, Eclipse MicroPen® is an advanced, medical-grade automated micro-needling device, is an innovation in aesthetic medicine for the treatment of the appearance of fine lines, reduction of pores and acne and/or surgical scars, and the improvement of the skin’s texture, tone, and color. The skin’s repair process results in improvement in the appearance of the skin. While troublesome skin issues are addressed, patients receive the benefit of a more youthful appearance as well.

What does it feel like?

The feeling associated with the Eclipse Micropen™ is similar to light sandpaper being moved across the skin. While some areas are more sensitive than others, the speed of the reciprocating needle tip reduces discomfort while the applied hydrating gel also makes the treatment more tolerable. Learn more at the Eclipse MicroPen’s Website