Collagen PIN

Qutis Clinic is pleased to offer the latest technology in Collagen Stimulation.

Collagen PIN

What is Collagen PIN?

If you have pigment, fine lines or even scars, your skin will benefit from the Collagen PIN and look clearer, healthier and smoother. One of our clients PS, said her confidence has been boosted and she can even go out without makeup.

Before, during and after treatment


The Collagen P.I.N. provides  results on the following areas:


before and after
Collagen PIN areas








How does the Collagen PIN work?

Collagen P.I.N. is a method of introducing a controlled wound into the skin triggering a release of growth factors, new collagen & elastin. This process causes much less damage to the epidermis than dermal rolling or lasers and other ablative treatments, which helps to protect the new skin cell growth providing for quicker healing and a much higher success rate for results.

What happens during treatment?

Prior to your treatment with the Collagen P.I.N., your practitioner will apply a topical numbing agent. The treatment is carried out in around 30 minutes. 12 micro needles are glided across the skin with the Collagen P.I.N. device that mechanically induces a micro injury to the desired depth chosen for your skin by your practitioner. Patients experience only very mild discomfort. Post treatment, potent serums are massaged into the skin and penetrate down into the dermis where they brighten and feed the skin.

How will I feel and look after treatment?

Collagen P.I.N. is considered a no downtime treatment. Immediately after your treatment your skin will look slightly pink to moderately red.  Depending on your skin’s sensitivity your redness can last for another 24 hours. Your practitioner will recommend skin care products for your post care based on your individual skin, which will greatly minimize these symptoms and enhance your overall results.

 How many treatment will I need?

We advise typically 3 – 6 treatments 4 weeks apart to achieve optimal results, although results can be seen after first treatment.