How is Eclipse MicroRestore used?
Prior to applying Eclipse MicroRestore, wash your face with a gentle cleanser. Pat your skin dry. Dispense a small amount of MicroRestore onto your finger tip, and apply in a thin layer to your face and/or neck in the morning or evening. If used as part of an aftercare program following such procedures as laser skin resurfacing, face lift, chemical skin peels, and microdermabrasion, apply 2 to 4 times daily or follow the directions of your physician or skin care professional. Avoid eye contact.

What are the cosmetic results of MicroRestore?
MicroRestore has been successfully used to (1) reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and restores a youthful appearance of your skin and (2) soothes and calms the skin.

What is MicroRestore made of?
Cutavive is an emulsion consisting of perfluorodecalin, water, plant derived emulsifiers and a preservative. Perfluorodecalin is a biologically inert liquid capable of dissolving and exchanging oxygen with the environment. The emulsifiers surround small perfluorodecalin droplets, creating a uniform and stable emulsion with the consistency of a light foam.

How does MicroRestore work?
Skin needs oxygen and oxygen plays an important role in maintaining the appearance of healthy skin. Perfluoodecalin, a key ingredient in Cutavive, is a biocompatible material with a high affinity for oxygen, making it an ideal selection for use in a skin emulsion. Since the outer layers of the skin derive its oxygen from the atmosphere, a highly permeable oxygen emulsion may soothe and calm irritated skin. Other skin care products may create a thin barrier, inhibiting oxygen from reaching the skin.

Eclipse MicroBalm with Cutagenix and Eclipse MicroRestore with Cutavive

Eclipse MicroBalm with Cutagenix and Eclipse MicroRestore with Cutavive are  emulsions consisting of perfluorodecalin and plant derived emulsifiers. Emulsifiers surround small droplets of the perfluorodecalin and create a uniform and stable emulsion. It has the consistency of light foam.

  • Perfluorodecalin, or PFD, is a biologically inert liquid capable of dissolving and exchanging oxygen with the environment. Perfluorodecalin, the key ingredient in Cutagenix and Cutavive, is a biocompatible material that has a high affinity for oxygen.

Eclipse MicroBalm with Cutagenix

Post-Care Step 1: Apply Eclipse MicroBalm with Cutagenix immediately following MicroPen Procedure
Eclipse MicroBalm with Cutagenix can be used as part of post-procedure aftercare immediately following procedures such as micro-needling, laser skin resurfacing, face lift, skin peels, microdermabrasion, and other surgical procedures.

Post-Care Step 2: Use Eclipse MicroRestore with CutaVive at Home, twice daily following Eclipse MicroPen procedure
Eclipse MicroRestore with Cutavive can be used as a continuity product following the use of Eclipse MicroBalm with Cutagenix  and  Eclipse MicroPen

  • Cutavive can Improve the appearance of aged skin                   
Before and Afters MicroPen Technology