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Percutaneous collagen induction therapy is a minimally invasive skin rejuvenation procedure utilizing sterile equipment to correct aging fine lines, wrinkles, stretch marks, and scars. Procedure is short (taking 20-45 minutes), minimal pain, & highly effective with decreased down time. 

-MICRONEEDLING (with complex peptide gel and copper repair cream) $275.00




-PLASMA BIO-FILLER (Marionette lines): $550.00

-MICRONEEDLING + PBF (Marionette lines): $580.00



PACKAGES: 3 months/1 session per month.

-MICRONEEDLING: $775.00 (After care kit included)

-MICRONEEDLING  + PRP: $1,250 (After care kit included)


Exosomes and Growth factors are becoming more and more potent skincare tools that provide a fresh approach to treating a variety of skin issues. With our growing awareness of these biological entities, new avenues for enhancing skin health have become possible due to their integration into various skincare products.

What are Exosomes & what do they do?

Most cell types release exosomes which are tiny membrane-bound vesicles which are essential for the transmission of different biomolecules from one cell to another during cell-to-cell contact. 

Exosomes are known to include growth factors and signaling molecules that have the ability to stimulate fibroblasts, which are the cells that produce collagen and elastin. Increased synthesis of these vital structural proteins results from this, which enhances skin suppleness and lessens the visibility of wrinkles and fine lines.

*Skin Repair and Regeneration: Proteins and nucleic acids found in exosomes encourage tissue regeneration and cell division. They stimulate general skin rejuvenation and help restore damaged skin cells by speeding up the skin's natural healing and regeneration processes.

*Reinforcement of the Skin Barrier: Exosomes can improve the function of the skin's protective barrier. They promote the production of proteins and lipids that fortify the barrier, preventing moisture loss and protecting the skin.

What are Growth Factors & what do they do?

A class of proteins known as growth factors is essential for controlling the division, development, and proliferation of cells. These proteins, which the body naturally produces in a variety of cell types, play a key role in several physiological functions, such as wound healing, tissue repair, and skin health maintenance.

Growth factors are essential for controlling the synthesis of collagen and elastin because they activate fibroblasts, which are the main cells that produce these structural proteins. This lessens the visibility of wrinkles and fine lines by increasing the firmness, elasticity, and resilience of the skin.


-Skin Repair and Regeneration: Growth factors facilitate the skin's natural healing processes by promoting tissue regeneration and cell proliferation. They assist wound healing, help restore damaged skin cells, and lessen the visibility of blemishes and scars.


-Better Skin Texture and Tone: Growth factors contribute to better skin tone and texture by promoting cell renewal and turnover. Through the reduction of roughness, dullness, and discoloration, they help to create a more even and smooth complexion.


Hydration and Moisture Retention: Certain growth factors promote the synthesis of hyaluronic acid and other moisturizing agents, contributing to the improvement of skin hydration and leaving skin smoother, more elastic, and glowing with health. Growth factors have anti-aging properties that help prevent obvious indications of age, like wrinkles, sagging, and loss of skin tone. They do this by supporting key skin functions and encouraging cellular vitality, which makes the skin appear younger and more radiant.

-Pigmentation Regulation: To achieve a more balanced complexion, hyperpigmentation, black patches, and uneven skin tone can be reduced by modifying the synthesis and dispersion of melanin. This is done using certain growth factors.

-Support for the Skin Barrier: Growth factors help to preserve and fortify the skin's barrier defense, which is essential for preventing moisture loss and protecting the skin from irritants outside the body.

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