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RevitaPen FAQs:


What is it used for?


This noninvasive cosmetic tool is designed to enhance the results of your treatments through encouraging more product absorption and refining the skin surface.


What is the tip made out of?


The tip is made from surgical stainless steel with conical nano-tips that create micro-channels in the skin. This size of the tip is 8mm in diameter with 100 nano-spheres on the top of each sphere and .015mm tall.  A new tip is used with each treatment. The tips are factory sealed to ensure sanitation.


What are the benefits?


RevitaPen enhances product absorption to create visible and instant results in firming and refreshing the skin with micro-channels that allow active ingredients to be driven deeper into the skin. The combined effect from the active ingredients and stimulation from the device will improve circulation, soften fine lines, reduce scarring, improve hydration levels, and control breakouts.


Is there downtime with the RevitaPen treatment?


There is no down time or recovery time needed. Redness may be apparent for a short time due to increased circulation, products used during treatment, how many passes over the skin are made, or how aggressive the treatment was, but should subside within a few hours. You can continue to use your normal products unless they contain high amounts of enzymes, acids, or high doses of retinoids, in which case you should wait a few days before resuming use.


How is this different from Dermarolling or Microneedling?


This is a noninvasive procedure that will not create a wound or inflammation in the skin. As the spheres are only 0.015mm in length they do not penetrate past the stratum granulosum. There is no discomfort and no downtime after receiving a RevitaPen treatment.


Is it alright to shave my face before a treatment?


Prior to receiving a Revita Pen Facial men should  shave at least 1 -2 hours, but not more than 24 hours, before treatment.


RevitaPen Contraindications


May perform treatment, but avoid areas listed below:

• Skin Tags

• Dermatosis Papulose Nigra

• Scars less than 6 months old

• Severe solar keratosis

• Psoriasis

• Eczema

• Active Blemishes


Cannot be used if you have/are:

• Scleroderma

• Nursing or pregnant women

• Undiagnosed lesions, rashes, or skin infections

• Recent herpes outbreaks

• Severe cases of Rosacea

• Diabetes and other Auto-immune system disorders

• Undergoing cancer treatment

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