proven results for skin-perfecting effects

Backed by a rigorous clinical study, amiea med EXCEED has been proven to significantly improve facial acne scars, facial wrinkles, skin texture, and laxity with as few as four treatments scheduled four weeks apart.1

Real people, Remarkable results

See our gallery of real patients treated with amiea med EXCEED.

CASE 1

Glabellar Frown Lines

CASE 2

crow’s feet

CASE 3

Acne Scars

CASE 4

Acne Scars

Improvement in Skin laxity and texture

85-90%

of subjects showed significant improvement of cheek folds, glabellar frown lines, and crow’s feet.1

“This improvement in facial wrinkles demonstrate the cumulative effect of percutaneous collagen induction [PCI] and ongoing dermal collagen remodeling. The study confirms previous historical observations described in the literature, although currently, I believe that there is no other comprehensive peer-reviewed publication of FDA-cleared microneedling devices.”

— Glynis Ablon, MD, FAAD

The clinical study titled “Safety and Effectiveness of an Automated Microneedling Device in Improving the Signs of Aging Skin,” was conducted by Glynis Ablon, MD, FAAD (Ablon Skin Institute, Manhattan Beach, CA and Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of California in Los Angeles, CA) and showed very convincing results.1

Significant reduction of scarring after 4 treatmens

PCI – Protects skin and helps preserve its youthful look

Microneedling, also known as Percutaneous Collagen Induction (PCI), treatment preserves the epidermis, causing no damage to the basal membrane, while stimulating collagen deposition, thereby reducing the risk of post-treatment complications and patient recovery time. Today, PCI treatments can be performed in-office, and patients can resume normal activity the next day.1

Reference:

  1. Ablon G. Safety and Effectiveness of an Automated Microneedling Device in Improving the Signs of Aging. J Clin Aesthet Dermatol. 2018; 11(8):29-34.
  2. Data on file.