The Rejuvapen is a device used in micro needling, a popular treatment for improving skin texture and reducing fine lines and wrinkles. Microneedling involves creating tiny punctures in the skin to stimulate collagen production. This minimally invasive procedure typically requires little downtime, and results can be seen after just one treatment. However, for optimal results, a series of sessions may be recommended. If you’re considering microneedling with the Rejuvapen, it’s best to consult with a licensed skincare professional to determine if it’s right for you.

If you are seeking a treatment that doesn’t involve surgery or other invasive procedures and which can lessen the visibility of wrinkles and fine lines to bring back the youthful look of your face, microneedling may work well to give you the desired outcome.


The Rejuvapen treatment makes use of small, precisely spaced micro needles in a cartridge to create micro-perforations in the skin’s top layers. This prompts the skin to produce collagen and elastin, which helps the skin to repair itself naturally. The treatment is adjustable, allowing customization from skin freshening to deep scar repair on any part of the body. With increased collagen production the skin becomes firmer and more elastic, fine lines and wrinkles become less visible, pores become firmer, and overall skin condition improves.

After the initial treatment, patients often notice a healthy pink glow and a reduction in fine lines. The skin takes about four weeks to synthesize new collagen, but the full effect of Rejuvapen treatments can be seen after four months. It is recommended that patients undergo four treatments, spaced at least two weeks apart.

Rejuvapen is a micro-needling treatment that stimulates collagen production in the skin. It can help to reverse sun damage, and improve the appearance of acne scars, stretch marks, and hyperpigmentation. Fine lines and wrinkles may also be reduced, resulting in an overall healthier appearance of the skin. The treatment can be applied to all parts of the body, including the neck, arms, legs, and face.


The healing time for damaged skin and the depth of the procedure are the two main factors that affect the recovery period. Typically, redness that looks similar to mild sunburn is the most common side effect and may last for 2-4 days. However, some patients may experience the redness dissipating within 24 hours. The skin may appear pink or red for 24-48 hours, with some minor bleeding and occasional mild bruising. The skin may also feel warm, tight, and itchy for a short period. The inflammatory reaction of the skin usually fades significantly after a couple of days, but older patients or those with sensitive skin may take longer to fully recover.

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