Safe, Comfortable, & Customizable


Very few are born with naturally flawless skin—and as one of the first things people notice about you, it can be hard to feel great if you’re concerned with the health and appearance of your skin. Microneedling is a minimally invasive option that has been helping people achieve healthier, more beautiful skin for many years, and we are now offering advanced microneedling technology: Rejuvapen™.

Offering long-lasting and beautiful results, Rejuvapen takes microneedling to the next level with less discomfort, more efficacy, and versatile treatment.

How Microneedling Works

Microneedling skin therapy works by naturally triggering the skin’s production of new fibroblasts, monocytes, and keratinocytes to release collagen to strengthen and improve the skin. This process is started when extremely fine needles puncture the skin, creating a controlled micro-injury in the dermis and epidermis that prompts your body to begin the healing process. Thousands of these tiny micro-punctures are created in the skin, triggering healthy skin cells to replace damaged cells, stimulate collagen production, and leave your skin smoother, brighter, and healthier.

In addition to giving your skin an all-over improved appearance, microneedling can treat a variety of skin concerns, including:

  • Visible signs of aging, such as fine lines and wrinkles
  • Sun damage and sun spots
  • Scarring from acne, chicken pox, or surgery
  • Stretch marks

Depending on your needs and the severity of your concerns, microneedling may be combined with other skin resurfacing treatments to provide more dramatic results.

The Rejuvapen Difference

Rejuvapen allows our experienced aestheticians to fully control and customize your microneedling treatment, depending on your needs and desired results. Needle depth can be adjusted depending on the severity of the issue being treated and where treatment is required, and the unique design of the Rejuvapen allows it to access hard-to-reach areas of the face. An adjustable speed dial also provides more control.

Traditional dermal rollers tug at the skin, increasing the risk of tearing, discomfort, and infection. Rejuvapen is specially designed to provide safe treatment, with needles placed in an up and down motion perpendicular to your skin to improve comfort and results.

Before & After » SEE Patient results in our gallery

Your Rejuvapen Treatment at Boston Plastic

The first step of any cosmetic treatment is to have an evaluation and consultation. When you meet with one of our highly trained skincare experts at our Skin Wellness Center, you will have the opportunity to explore your options and hear expert recommendations for your specific skin type and concerns. If we determine that Rejuvapen is a good option for you, we will show you to a comfortable, private treatment room to get started.

Before treatment, we will cleanse and prepare your skin to minimize the risk of infection. Because Rejuvapen creates micro-channels in the skin, topical solutions may also be used in conjunction with treatment to enhance your results. Hyaluronic acid, vitamin e, or growth factors are commonly used.

We will slowly pass the Rejuvapen device over your skin in a circular motion to ensure optimal coverage and treatment. Virtually anywhere can be treated, though most of our patients see the best results on:

  • Face
  • Neck
  • Decolletage
  • Hands

Treatment with Rejuvapen is relatively comfortable, with most of our patients reporting no more than a very slight pressure or the occasional, brief stinging sensation. After your treatment, you may experience slight swelling and redness, though these symptoms should resolve in a day or so. It’s important to protect your skin for the first few days by keeping your skin moisturized and using SPF.

With Rejuvapen microneedling treatment, you can experience tightening, lifting, and rejuvenation of skin. Treatment improves skin structure, support, and elasticity to diminish fine lines and wrinkles, minimize pores, and reduce the appearance of stretch marks, acne scarring, and keloid scarring.

Interested in learning more? Contact us today to schedule your consultation!