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Dermapen practitioner reviews

How Delivery Systems Change Skin Care Effectiveness, Marc A. Ronert, MD, PhD

The skin is the largest organ of the human body and makes up about 15%—roughly seven pounds—of body weight. Its complex, water-resistant structure fulfills numerous protective functions against environmental exposures, such as UV radiation and other harmful toxins; as well as chemical, microbial and physical influences. […]

Micro-needle Trans-dermal Delivery

The delivery of biological and non-biological materials through the dermal barrier with the assistance or a microneedle device, known as microneedle transdermal delivery, is perhaps the most exciting emerging and potentially powerful uses of the Dermapen device. The creation of minute transient punctures in the dermal barrier will obviously facilitate the penetration of topically-applied materials. [...]

Micro-Needling Review Dermapen Dr. Rudy Trejo

Although not originally a dermatologist (family practitioner moved into dermatological procedures), Dr. Trejo is an enthusiastic Dermapen user, mostly because it does so well with PRP implantation (paints on then drives it in with device). He also likes it for acne scarring, and stated that it did something good for deeper scars that are resistant [...]

Micro Needling for Striae Distensae (stretch marks)

Striae distensae, also known as stretch marks, is a common skin condition whose origin is not completely understood. [Elsaie 2009] The condition can be seen as akin to mild atrophic scarring with associated discoloration and “thinning” of the skin. Patients’ desire for treatment far outweighs the likelihood of associated medical problems so it is an [...]

Micro Needle Dermabrasion

Microdermabrasion, or abrasive removal of epidermal tissue for therapeutic ends, has numerous applications and has long been a less aggressive alternative to indications treatable by laser- or other energy-based therapies.[Karimipour 2010] In terms of the microneedle realm, microneedle dermabrasion (also known as percutaneous collagen induction, or PCI) could be simply defined as causing thousands of [...]