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Yes, that is right, as early as July 12th you will be able to experience one of Rose Hill Wellness’ new Medical Spa Offerings, Collagen Induction Therapy or “CIT”

Learn more about this incredible new treatment that produces aggressive results for wrinkles, pigmentation, texture, stretch marks & scars in this 2:20 video!


What is Collagen Induction Therapy & how does it Work?

CIT uses tiny and shallow needles that penetrate into your skin .05mm -2.5mm and will form micro channels which in turn will stimulate the fibroblast cells to produce more collagen. This will improve your skin tone, elasticity as well as tightening the skin, perfect for sensitive areas like upper and lower eyes, nose and lips.
Each treatment uses a disposable cartridge that has multiple needles, with proprietary technology, penetrating vertically generating small micro skin channels, while stimulating the natural production of collagen.
Your skin normally assumes that scars, stretch marks and wrinkles are not in need of repair, but with the CIT we stimulate the skin to repair itself. The process of micro needling skin remodeling can go on for months after each treatment.
Results can be seen within a week or even a few days. Your skin naturally heals itself every 45 days, so with a little microneedling  stimulation changes can be dramatic and fast.

Symptoms it focuses with
Anti aging effect
rejuvenation, reduction of small wrinkles
improvement of loose skin (face, neck, cleavage, hands)
improvement of brightness, healthy skin or “glow” look
biorevitalisation, triggers healing process of skin to lessen keloid and scar tissues
Strengthens skin barrier and stimulates cellular functions
repair acne scars
treatment and prevention of hair loss
reduction of cellulite and fat tissue (stomach, buttocks, thighs)
reduction of stretch marks

Read more about clinical studies and trials for micro needling (Dermapen) effects here at the US National Library of Medicine/National Institutes of Health

Very noticeable after 1 Treatment, accumulative benefits after 3-6 treatments

Recommended Treatment series
initial phase – 1 procedure every 2 weeks, for 6 weeks
middle phase – 1 procedure a month for 2 months,
maintenance phase – 1 procedure every 6-12 months,

Contraindications before and after CIT treatments
Do not take aspirin or any other medicines that lower blood clotting for one week before the procedure.
If you are prone to broken capillaries, use creams with vitamin K, C or arnica every day for 7 days before and after your treatment You can take Rutinoscorbin 3 times a day for two weeks.

CIT (Collagen Induction Therapy) is NOT a treatment option for the following conditions:
skin inflammations
advanced diabetes
autoimmune diseases
over sensitivity to the procedure’s active ingredients
broken blood vessels on the surface of the skin