We are thrilled to introduce SkinPen® Precision, the first-to-market and U.S Food and Drug Administration-cleared microneedling device clinically-proven solution to safely and effectively improve the appearance of facial acne scars for people age 22 and above.
The SkinPen improves the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles on the face and neck and can treat pigmentation conditions (Dyschromia) including Melasma, Vitiligo and Solar Lentigines. SkinPen Precision is ISO Certified, CE Marked, and TGA Approved. This safe and versatile treatment can be performed on patients year-round and is effective for all skin types based on the Fitzpatrick Scale.
With patient safety top-of-mind, SkinPen’s ergonomically designed, ultrasonically sealed hand piece eliminates the risk of fluid transfer from the patient to the pen, just as SkinPen’s patented cartridge was designed to inhibit the entrance of fluids into the device. The cartridge features proprietary technology that includes 14 stainless steel needles that have been validated for up to 80 minutes without losing sharpness, and the single-use lockout feature eliminates the possibility of double usage. Along with the BioSheath and routine cleaning, these features help to prevent potential cross-contamination.
SkinPen is an effective and clinically proven treatment:
- In the FDA clinical trial, patients increasingly reported improvement in the appearance of their acne scars. After one month following their treatment 80% of patients saw an improvement in the appearance of their acne scars and at the end of 6 months, 90% reported an improvement in the appearance of their acne scars. Further, 90% said they would recommend SkinPen Precision treatment. SkinPen Precision is also safe for all Fitzpatrick skin types, light to dark. For complete clinical trial summary and information on how to use the SkinPen Precision microneedling device, visit skinpen.com/international.
- In the Fine Lines and Wrinkles clinical trial conducted at The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas, United States, that included men and women, all facial areas including the neck demonstrated statistically significant improvement in fine lines and wrinkles of the face and neck.