Micro-Needling New


RejuvaStamp, also called Electro Collagen Induction Therapy (ECIT), is a new non-invasive technique to stimulate new collagen formation, thereby softening facial lines, lessening acne scars, stretch marks and improving the penetration of topical products.

What is ECIT (Electro Collagen Induction Therapy)?

ECIT is a non-invasive procedure to help lessen the appearance of wrinkles, stretch marks, acne scars, and pigmentation. It is performed using the DivineBeauty ECIT device and a topical anesthetic for absolute comfort and has almost no down-time, post procedure.

How Does ECIT Work?

The ECIT device works by inserting tiny micro needles into the skin creating thousands of perforations. These microscopic perforations stimulate the body’s own natural electrical response. (Just like acupuncture) Natural electro signals induce your body’s own natural human growth factor. This increases blood circulation to the penetrated area while at the same time stimulating collagen and elastin production. This influx of collagen and elastin at the site of the perforations fills in wrinkles, scars, and can even lighten pigmented areas of the skin. The result is beautifully repaired skin from the inside out without causing unnecessary damage to the skin.

What Can I Expect?

Fresher, more youthful looking skin. In most cases you will see improvement from just one treatment. Expect to see some continued improvement over time. The rejuvenation process advances as your body responds to ECIT procedure, so you will see continuous improvement to the treated area for up to 12 months after the initial procedure. Expect the procedure to be virtually pain-free. Topical anesthetics are applied to the treatment area prior to and during the ECIT process to ensure your comfort.

What Can ECIT Do?

  • Smooth Wrinkles & Expression Lines
  • Improve Crow’s Feet Around the Eyes
  • Improve Skin Texture & Tautness
  • Smooth & Tighten Eyelid Skin
  • Relax Scar Appearance
  • Diminish Stretch Marks
  • Improve Depressed Acne Scarring
  • Can Replace Melanin in Scars


Before and After Photos