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SkinStylus Microneedling

SkinStylus Microneedling

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Microneedling is a treatment that uses tiny needles to create thousands of micro-injuries in the skin. This stimulates the body's natural healing process, which results in collagen production and improved skin appearance. At Flawless Forever Med Spa, we use an advanced technology called the SkinStylus SteriLock® MicroSystem that has been approved by the FDA as a Class II medical device. It is very versatile and can be used safely for almost all patients.

What Else Is SkinStylus Microneedling Used for?

SkinStylus Microneedling can be used to improve the appearance of a variety of other skin conditions, including:

  • Wrinkles
  • Acne scars
  • Sun damage
  • Stretch marks
  • And more

Advantages of the SkinStylus SteriLock MicroSystem

There are many advantages to using the SkinStylus SteriLock MicroSystem for SkinStylus Microneedling. For example, this device is:

  • The only Microneedling device with three different, FDA-cleared cartridges that are cleared to 2.5mm
  • The only Microneedling device that is disinfected or reprocessed without the need for a sheath
  • A sterile system that is ideal for patients with sensitive skin or autoimmune conditions
  • The only Microneedling method that contains cartridges which use gamma-ray sterilization

How Does SkinStylus Microneedling Compare to Other Procedures?

SkinStylus Microneedling is a less invasive alternative to other procedures like laser resurfacing or dermabrasion. It does not require any downtime, and the results are typically seen sooner than with other procedures. In addition, SkinStylus Microneedling is a more affordable option than many other skin treatments.

The ONLY microneedling device with FDA clearance for use on both face and abdomen

Three different (all FDA cleared) cartridge configurations for maximum flexibility, all cleared to 2.5mm*

The ONLY Microneedling device with the patented Seven-Step Safety System that prevents cross-contamination

Microneedling treatment creates microinjuries to the skin’s surface:

Skin’s natural wound healing process stimulates collagen and elastin production

Healed skin results in visible improvement and rejuvenation

  • Minimally invasive, minimal downtime

  • Safe for all skin tones*


If you have ever had minimally invasive aesthetic procedure or spent some time in the aesthetics space, you would know about Microneedling. The treatment is generally used for improving the tone, texture, and quality of the skin. SkinStylus goes one step forward by being a medical-grade Microneedling delivery system that penetrates deeper than other traditional devices on the market.

The system boasts of comfortable and finer needles, which produce a highly refined result. SkinStylus Microneedling system provides reduced discomfort, superior results, and zero downtime following the treatment.

SkinStylus is an FDA cleared device for treating abdominal scars from caesarean sections, tummy tucks, and other procedures. It is the only FDA cleared Microneedling device which can reach a depth of 2.5mm. It is an effective procedure for rejuvenating the skin in areas where previously made incisions resulted in scars.


SkinStylus is an FDA approved procedure for treating abdominal scars in adults above the age of 22. The device can perform other treatments as well in a safe and effective manner by using a lower depth setting. SkinStylus is used by experienced surgeons for treating the following aesthetic concerns:

  • Age spots
  • Scarring
  • Skin dehydration
  • Sun damage
  • Fine lines
  • Wrinkles
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Collagen induction therapy
  • Poor skin texture and tone
  • Hyaluronic acid infusion


SkinStylus Microneedling device was designed by a team of medical and skincare professionals for filling a void in the list of available options for abdominal scarring. There are three unique configurations in the device that allows the treatment provider to easily and safely treat deep skin blemishes and scars. The results are backed by several clinical trials and years of research.

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