Percutaneous Collagen Induction
Percutaneous collagen induction is a treatment that regenerates the skin. This means that this method helps improve the structure and appearance of your skin without major risks or lasting side effects.
The results of the treatment will not be visible immediately and the effect of percutaneous collagen induction is based on the stimulation of your body’s own regeneration mechanisms and the formation of new skin components, such as ollagen and elastin.
You should not expect the result to be lost immediately. A few weeks after the treatment, the quality of your skin will improve, but it will take a few more onths for the natural process of skin renewal to end, and then the final result of the technique is observed.
Percutaneous collagen induction is a natural process that can be repeated as many times as desired, as long as there is enough time for the skin to regenerate between treatments. To reach the maximum result, we recommend performing the procedure on a regular basis. We recommend performing 6 treatments once a week with local anaesthesia. Afterwards, you can repeat the treatments every 1 to 6 months.
The most important rejuvenation has been observed in patients who repeat the sessions of 6 treatments every 6 months. Some patients prefer to do it every month.