CIT for BODY Scars

For Individual Body Scars, Stretch Marks, Burns, Pigmentation.

  • 1 hour
  • Price Varies
  • Location 1

Service Description

Achieve outstanding results even after the first treatment. Minimal discomfort or down-time. Brilliant for Skin Rejuvenation, Pigmentation, Scars, Acne, Burn Scars, Cellulite, Stretch Marks, Wrinkles, Hair Restoration. It Restores & enhances collagen & elastin production in the skin. It is a cosmetic procedure that firstly involves application of a numbing cream to minimise discomfort, then repeatedly puncturing the skin with tiny, sterile needles (microneedling) using a dermal pen. A Honey & Phyto-Active Serum is applied during the needling to maximise the effectiveness of the treatment. CIT is so effective because the very fine needle lesions stimulate the skin to renew itself, without any significant damage to the epidermal tissues. As a consequence, CIT greatly reduces the risk of complications and side effects compared to ablative and semi-ablative skin procedures. The CIT creates thousands of micro-channels deep into the epidermal layer which enable the penetration of the serum. The serum is a powerhouse of hydrating, rejuvenating natural botanicals and phyto-active ingredients such as Kakadu Plum that research has shown is 10 times higher in Vitamin C than any other known food source; Davidson Plum, rich in natural compounds known to reduce pigmentation, and imbue a natural glow to the skin, and Jarrah & Marri honey, more potent than Manuka in anti-oxidant, antimicrobial, & wound healing ability. The combination of the CIT & the Serum has a superior effect on collagen and elastin rejuvenation, promotes scar-less healing and natural collagen reproduction, improves the appearance of ageing, wrinkles, uneven skin tone, uneven texture, stretch marks and scar tissue on face and body areas and stimulates the body's own natural healing and regenerative process. Contraindications: not suitable for patients experiencing: Papulopustular rosacea, Acne vulgaris stage III-IV, Herpes simplex, Warts, Scleroderma, Bacterial / fungal infections, Open lesions, Solar Keratosis, Skin Cancer, Haemophilia, Pregnancy Precautions: If you are prone to herpes simplex (cold sores), it is recommended to take or apply a targeted prophylasis, such as acyclovir, to prevent a possible outbreak. For tanned to dark complexions or skins prone to post-inflammatory hyper-pigmentation, it is recommended to use a anin inhibiting skin regime for a least 2 weeks prior to a treatment.

Contact Details

  • Location 1