Le MedSpa in Grand Junction now offers skin treatments using the Dermapen micro needling device.
The Dermapen can be used for a variety of treatments to tighten and rejuvenate skin — from lines and wrinkles to surgical and acne cars to hair loss and pigmentation.
The Dermapen also can be used in conjunction with other treatments, including laser therapies, micro-dermabrasion and chemical peels.
“With the Dermapen, medical clinics and spas around the world can now provide patients with a more effective skin needling treatment,” said Mike Morgan, co-founder of Dermapen.
Chad Milton, chief executive officer and co-founder of Dermapen, has high hopes for the device. “Because of the Dermapen’s low price point and the proven results provided to patients, we believe we have unlimited potential for growth in the global marketplace.”
The spring-loaded needle tip of the Dermapen offers an automated, stamp-like motion that offers more control and better absorption of topical treatments as well as less discomfort to patients, Morgan said.
Needle depth can be adjusted during the course of a treatment and maneuvered around facial contours and delicate features, including the eyes, nose and mouth. Multiple needles penetrate all skin types, textures and pigments without the risk of bending or breaking.
Dr. Richard Stiefler, medical director of Le MedSpa, is board certified in dermatology and dermapathology. Stiefler operates Le MedSpa at 2530 N. Eighth St., Suite 203. For more information or to schedule a free skin analysis to determine the potential for Dermapen treatments, call
256-7546. Information also is at www.wecareaboutyourskin.com.