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If you’re looking to jumpstart your skin’s own natural healing processes, SkinPen might be for you. This treatment is a unique way to rejuvenate the skin through micro-wounds, which cause your skin to repair itself through collagen and elastin production. These substances in the skin are important to its tightness, volume, and youthful appearance, and the skin can begin to produce less as the body ages. Aside from this, here are some other benefits of choosing SkinPen as a way to rejuvenate your skin.

Not Just for the Face

Although SkinPen is commonly used on the face, it’s not the only place that aging begins to show. Unlike other skin rejuvenation treatments, the SkinPen is usable on virtually any area of the body, and is commonly used on the chest, stomach, and hands. This is the treatment for you if you’re struggling with problem areas where it seems like your only option is to cover up.

Effective Treatment for the Effects of Aging

Aging can come with many different skin problems, but SkinPen is an effective solution for many of them. These include fine lines, wrinkles, and loose skin that can be the result of a loss of volume and collagen over time. It can also be an effective treatment for acne scars, especially those on other areas of the body.

Minimal Downtime and Discomfort

Along with great results, SkinPen allows you to get right back to your busy schedule. There’s no downtime required, although it’s recommended that you avoid any major events for the first couple days because the skin can appear red and irritated. SkinPen comes with minimal discomfort, and a topical anesthetic can be provided during your treatment session, since everyone’s pain tolerance is different.

Dr. Rocheford recommends a series of SkinPen treatments for best results, and you can discuss your treatment plan during your consultation. Contact our office to schedule an appointment in the St.Paul-Minneapolis area.

Patient Resources

Whether a new or returning patient, we have plenty of resources to either help you get started or learn more about the procedure process. From patient forms to blogs, we have all the resources you’ll need to prepare yourself for your appointment.

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