INTRAcel Treatment Review: Skin Tightening & Acne
- 7.9/10 Overall
Consistency of Results
Things You should know:
Most Common Use Cases :
"This is a tremendous addition to our armamentarium of therapies to improve tone and texture of skin, and reduce the appearance of atrophic scars, acne scars and stretch marks.” -- Greg Chernoff, M.D.
“This has become my go-to device for acne scarring, and for those who want limited downtime. I have never seen post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation with this device even in type IV and V skin patients. Thus, all skin types can be treated with this.” -- Chris Zachary, M.D.
“This is one of our go-to scar treatment devices.” -- Anonymous
Additional Information (provided by Perigee)
Procedure Description: Fractional RF microneedle technology used in INTRAcel was invented by Jeisys to uniquely treat the target area through rapid penetration of specially designed insulated micro-needles without causing extensive damage to the epidermis. The patented and proprietary technology means INTRAcel™ is the only device with the ability to precisely place thermal energy entirely within the dermis and cause a response in 100% of the area with minimal discomfort, and less than 2 hours downtime.
Typical Clinical Applications: Non-surgical skin rejuvenation, acne scars, scar treatment, fine lines and wrinkles, pores, skin texture and toning, skin laxity, skin tightening, stretch marks, striae. I can be used anywhere on the body including face, neck, chest, knees, arms.
Best Patient Candidates: Can be used on all skin types I to VI. Best patient candidate is someone who cannot take time off, has potential issue with pigmentation or post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation, or wants to avoid uncomfortable procedures. INTRAcel is designed to accommodate all these patients.
Other Patients Considerations: It is important to take care of your afterwards. INTRAcel will reduce the signs of aging, reduce scars and acne, and the appearance of stretch marks.
US Procedure Price Range: $1000 face. $1500-$1800 face, neck and chest.
Average Number of Treatments Needed: 1 to 4 depending on condition and needs.