SkinPen is clinically proven to fight the appearance of neck wrinkles and reduce the appearance of acne scars. In fact, 90% of subjects in the clinical trial would recommend the treatment to friends and family. It’s a minimally invasive procedure performed in-office with little to no downtime. As the first FDA-cleared microneedling device, SkinPen sets the industry standard for safety.
Yes, by design. SkinPen’s patented – and single-use – sterile needle cartridge is built with safety in mind. SkinPen is also surrounded by a custom-designed BioSheath that acts as a barrier to prevent cross contamination between procedures. That’s part of the reason SkinPen by Crown Aesthetics is the world’s first FDA-cleared microneedling device. Learn more by reviewing our patient labeling document.
Before the SkinPen® Precision treatment, your doctor will ask you questions about your medical history, as well as your treatment goals. Your doctor will discuss whether you are an appropriate candidate for a SkinPen® Precision System treatment and review what to expect during and after a treatment, including common treatment responses and adverse events. You may be cautioned to avoid sun exposure and stop topical retinoid therapy 24 hours prior to procedure. You should allow at least 24 hours after autoimmune therapies before a treatment. You should wait six months following oral isotretinoin (such as Accutane) use before receiving treatment. Your doctor will also examine your treatment area, and may take photos. Different options for pain management will be discussed, and if pre-treatment numbing is desired, a topical anesthetic agent may be used. The treatment area will be cleaned and then prepared with isopropyl alcohol or other antiseptic before the treatment.