Micro-needling continues to be an ever popular procedure with skin-care professionals and their clients. It is so esteemed, that the procedure and the Eclipse MicroPen® Elite are receiving national media attention in the pages of VOGUE. The award-winning, cordless, automated micro-needling device was featured in articles called: “Later, Lasers: Why Microneedling Is the Next Big Thing in Skin Care.” In the article, the magazine looks at how the procedure has advanced and grown in popularity over time. Cheryl Burgess, M.D., a dermatologist in Washington, D.C. shared her first encounters with the treatment, “When I first started needling in the ’80s, I was gripping a single 30-gauge needle with a hemostat [clamp] and poking the skin repeatedly to get at fine lines and acne scars—painstaking, but it worked.”
Skin-care professionals and patients all over continually stand by this one statement, ‘Micro-needling works.’ Thankfully, the procedure and technology have been improving by leaps and bounds over the years. Per the VOUGE article: “The automated stamping pens derms wield today—the Eclipse MicroPen® a favorite among them—make for far faster work, of course, and are considerably cheaper than the higher-tech alternative of fractional lasers, which create similar pinpoint channels in the skin. (And not by coincidence: The technology was actually “patterned after the concept of needling,” says Burgess.)”
The attention the MicroPen® Elite is receiving continues to rise. The MicroPen® is now recognized as ‘Best MicroNeedling Device’ by THE Aesthetic Guide Awards. The MicroPen® Elite is the most advanced medical-grade automated micro-needling device on the market. It boasts of a medical-grade stainless steel body, powerful motor, long-lasting lithium-ion battery and revolutionary Turbo Safety Cartridge™.