Collagen Induction Therapy (CIT)

What is Collagen Induction Therapy (CIT)?

Most of you already know a little about Collagen Induction Therapy (CIT).  
Remember the skin rollers that you saw at the beauty salon?  That is a type of CIT.

Skin Needling

When the we create tiny injuries to the surface of the skin, it promotes natural healing of the skin 
and therefore inducing elastin and collagen.  
It helps to:
  • improve skin texture
  • reduce depressed scar tissue
  • smooth out fine lines
  • aid in rejuvenation 
  • promote skin tightening effects
  • deliver solutions into the deeper layer of the skin.  

(Special solutions such as: Vitamin A, Vitamin C, hyaluronic acid, epidermal growth factors etc)


For Doctor’s Use only.

  • Needle length: up to 2.5 mm (adjustable)
  • Much safer and more effective than traditional Skin Rollers 
  • Electronically powered
  • Adjustable speed
  • Achieving same vertical depth, therefore penetrates scar tissue evenly without bending
  • Easy to reach all facial contour
  • Less bleeding, less pain and less down time!
  • Disposable needle, no cross infection
  • Cost effective
  • More comfort for clients

Vertical Insertion Method with DermaPen creates a more even distribution and less trauma to the epidermis.

Rolling method with the traditional Dermal Roller produce a more uneven distribution and more trauma to the epidermis.
How long does it take?
The actual treatment only takes about a few seconds to minutes.
However, it is recommended to apply a layer of topical numbing cream to improve comfort during the procedure.
Total procedure will take about 30minutes.

1) Allergic to topical numbing cream
(numbing cream is applied to skin for 10-15 mins prior to treatment)
2) Active Skin Infection (cellulitis)
3) Active Dermatitis
4) Recent Chemical Peel or Laser resurfacing
5) Recent use (last six months) of oral Vitamin A (Roaccutane)
6) Belonephobia