The Eclipse MicroPen automated micro-needling device is the most effective, reliable instrument currently available for performing Epidermal Micro Exfoliation (EME). This elegant tool can be used for the successful treatment of a variety of indications.
MicroPen creates a series of predictable, controlled epidermal micro-injuries, thereby stimulating the body's removal of the dead skin layer, giving the skin a more youthful look and reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Common benefits of this type of procedure recognized by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons include exfoliation of skin, improvement of age spots, and hyperpigmentation, treatment of acne scars, etc. The device is battery operated, allowing for freedom of movement without interference from an attached power cord.
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6400 RPM (106.7 Hz (cycles /sec))
Cordless with lithium ion battery
4 hours working time on a 2 to 3 hour charge
Sterile, single use tips
- Needle size: 32 gauge
- Needle count: 12 medical grade surgical stainless steel
- Device: robust stainless steel construction
MicroPen™ vs. Dermal Roller Devices
Adjustable vs. fixed
More uniform healing
Less risk of cross contamination
Results in a more substantial treatment
Substantially lower cost per procedure
MicroPen™ vs. DermaPen
Substantially lower cost per
Battery operated / cordless
needle tip - medical grade stainless
- 32 gauge
Hz - high speed = less discomfort
11 needle tip
33 gauge needles
speed up to 90 Hz
- Substantially higher cost per procedure
Treatment with this device is not recommended for patients with any of the following conditions:
History of eczema psoriasis and other chronic conditions
- History of actinic (solar) keratosis, diabetes, raised moles or warts on targeted area
- History of hemophilia, irregular blood pressure, tuberculosis, liver function issues
- Susceptibility to capillary ectasia due to steroid use for extended periods.
- Collagen vascular disease
- Cardiac abnormalities, pacemaker, blood clotting problems
- Blood thinning medication
- Active bacterial or fungal infection Immunosuppression
- Facial melanosis
- Malignant tumors
- History of any type of cancer or suspicious lesions or moles in treatment area
- Pregnant or nursing women
- Any other medical condition contraindicated by the treating physician
Precautions and Warnings:
- Patients could experience redness between one to three days.
- Patients may experience inflammation, itching, and burning.
- Fitzpatrick skin types V-VI, pigment may darken prior to lightening.
- Patients are to avoid sweaty exercise and sun exposure for 72 hours post-procedure.
- Discontinue auto-immune therapies or retinoid (Retin-A) and/or any form of skin treatment 24 hours prior to procedure, under care and direction of a physician.
- Do not treat active acne, rosacea, or other inflammatory skin conditions. Do not treat subject with piercings in treatment area or on open wounds.
- Not to be administered for 6 months after isotretinoin (Accutane) regime.
- Patients with facial outbreaks such as herpes simplex virus, medication must be taken per doctor’s instructions.
- Patients with metal allergies or skin allergies.
- Subjects on any medications that would affect the characteristics of the skin should be stopped for two months prior to treatment under the care and direction of a physician.
- Subjects who had a face lift or eyelid surgery within the past year, or dermabrasion, remodeling, deep chemical peels, or any surgical procedure on the treatment area within the previous 3 months.
- Subjects who had Botox, collagen, fat, or other methods of augmentation with injected materials in the treatment area in previous 6 months.
- Subjects who have excessively tanned or sunburned skin from the sun, tanning beds, or tanning creams within previous 2 weeks.
Before and After Photos
Courtesy of Dr. Jody Comstock
After - Courtesy of Dr. Jody Comstock