Collagen Induction Therapy

Collagen Induction Therapy treatments use tiny needles to create small punctures in the skin. This process triggers the body’s natural healing response and stimulates collagen production to improve overall skin tone, texture, and radiance. When paired with PRP (platelet-rich plasma) or exosomes, patients experience enhanced results, faster healing, and increased long term collagen stimulation.

What does
Collagen Induction therapy treat?

Pre and Post Operative Instructions

Acne and/or post-operative scarring

Sun damage and hyperpigmentation

Fine lines and wrinkles

Irregular skin tone or texture

Stretch marks 

Rosacea and inflammation 


Before the surgery

During your initial consultation, your esthetician will work to understand your skin conditions, goals, and any other information needed to create a unique, individualized treatment plan. Typically, this procedure is recommended in a series of six sessions to achieve optimal results. 

 mmediately before treatment, numbing cream will be applied to ensure comfort. 

To prepare for this facial, you may be asked to
Stop using retinol or Retin-A products
Avoid the sun
Drink plenty of water.

PRP vs. Exosomes

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) is a naturally occurring substance in your blood that is rich in growth factors that stimulate collagen production, enhance tissue healing, and encourage hair growth among other things. A small amount of your blood is drawn and placed into a centrifuge to separate PRP from the rest of the blood cells. The PRP is then applied to the face topically and worked deep into the scalp using collagen induction therapy.

Exosomes used in facial treatments are sourced from regenerative cells containing a high concentration of growth factors, cytokines, and other bioactive molecules that promote tissue regeneration and stimulate long-lasting hair growth and collagen production. Exosomes are applied to the scalp in a liquid form and worked into the skin using collagen induction therapy.


After the surgery

Patients typically experience redness and tenderness immediately following a collagen induction therapy treatment. You are advised to avoid makeup application and sun exposure for a specific amount of time after this treatment to avoid irritation. While patients will often see improvement after the first treatment, significant results begin to appear after 2-3 treatments, coinciding with the body’s natural production of collagen, and will continue to improve for 6-12 months. 

Immediate Recovery Period
Final Results
Scar Management Protocol
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