If the summer sun did a doozy on your skin, a new device could help you write away the wrinkles. It's called the "Collagen P.I.N." The 20-minute procedure creates microscopic holes in the skin. It can help you regenerate collagen and help your face better absorb skin care products.
Dr. Christopher Sanders, a plastic surgeon in the Wilkes-Barre area, is one of a few doctors in our area using the high-tech tool. To find out how it all works, Newswatch 16's Ryan Leckey stopped by his office this morning for a closer look. Creators of the "P.I.N." say it could give you a more "youthful, brighter and energetic appearance."
Dr. Sanders says the "mini facelift" involves a tool that's about the size of an ink pen. "Collagen P.I.N." treatments can start around $300.00 and up. As far as how many treatments someone may need, Dr. Sanders says it all depends on the patient.
Dr. Christopher Sanders is a plastic surgeon in the Wilkes-Barre area. He's located 670 North River Street, Suite 203, in Plains Township. His office number is 570-552-7110. To learn more about the "Collagen P.I.N.," head here!