FDA approved since July 20, 2016


INTRAcel is a revolutionary treatment using fractional radio frequency combined with insulated microneedling to treat acne scarring, wrinkles, large pores, general skin rejuvenation and the reduction of stretch marks. This device is good for all skin types.

Fractional RF micro needling technology, FRM™, was invented by Jeisys to uniquely treat the target area through rapid penetration of specially designed insulated micro-needles without causing extensive damage to the epidermis. This allows the RF pulse to be targeted into the treated area causing thermolysis, which selectively degenerates the collagen fibers between the superficial dermis and muscle band, stimulating fibroblasts and resulting in the construction of new collagen. It works well for:

  • Face
  • Wrinkles
  • Pores
  • Acne scar
  • Scars
  • Acne
  • Skin Rejuvenation, Tightening, Glow
  • Body
  • Stretch marks
  • Hyperhidrosis

INTRAcel  is an effective radiofrequency and microneedling device that can be used to build collagen. Downtime depends on the area being treated and the age of the person who is having the procedure, but downtime is typically somewhere around 1 to 3 days only. Your treated area is slightly red and we give you proper healing creams along with sunblock to heal the area faster.

INTRAcel™ treatment at image Dermatology ® P.C. - Jeanine B. Downie, M.D.

INTRAcel™ treatment
Looking for a way to treat acne scars, stretch marks, and fine lines in Montclair, NJ? INTRAcel™ micro-needling is a radiofrequency device that can help. Watch this video with Dr. Jeanine Downie of image Dermatology ® P.C. to know more about it.

What is INTRAcel™?

Hi, I’m Dr. Jeanine Downie, a board-certified dermatologist. I practice in Montclair, NJ, at image Dermatology ® P.C., and I’m a cosmetic dermatologist. I’d love to talk to you today about INTRAcel™.

INTRAcel™ is a radiofrequency micro-needling device good for all skin types and sexes.

What is INTRAcel™ used on?

I use it in my practice every single day. I use it for acne scarring; I use it for stretch marks; I use it for fine lines around the mouth; I use it for wrinkles on the neck and the chest. I use it for traumatic surgical scars.

There are a ton of uses for the intercell, and my patients love it.

Many of my patients would use this for stretch marks on their inner thigh on the backs of their knees you know on your lateral hip which works great for that.

What is the treatment process?

What it’s doing is the radiofrequency is blasted in after the needles are in, so it is building collagen significantly and helping to smooth out your skin.

My patients with scarring love the INTRAcel™ device; as I said before, it’s good for both sexes and all races.

How often should the treatments be done?

We recommend the INTRAcel™ treatments roughly about once a month.

So think of the INTRAcel™ device as your personal tool to remodel your collagen from your pore size to your acne scars, to your stretch marks to your surgical scars.

Anything that is a wound to your skin, we can typically help correct.

The sooner you start with any area that’s been wounded, the faster it heals. Come and INTRAcel™ with me.



Actual Patient Results


Dr. Downie featured in the January/February 2017 issue of The Aesthetic Guide.
Dr. Downie featured in the January/February 2017 issue of The Aesthetic Guide.
Dr. Downie featured in the September/October 2016 issue of The Aesthetic Guide.
Dr. Downie featured in the September/October 2016 issue of The Aesthetic Guide.


Take a look at how INTRAcel Fractional Radiofrequency microneedling works

Take a look at how INTRAcel Fractional Radiofrequency microneedling works
A visual representation of the way the INTRAcel Fractional Radiofrequency
microneedling treatment works to revitalize skin

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See how injections can treat Keloids

See how injections can treat Keloids
Overgrowth in scar tissue or keloids can be addressed with Keloid injections that are carried out at Image Dermatology. The injection works well to help reduce any overgrowth to a smaller size where then it can be effectively removed off the skin completely. In this video the keloid is on the patient’s ear.

So this is my patient here DeAndre, he’s been coming in several times every month to get serial injections for Keloids. So a Keloid is an overgrowth of a scar, essentially your body has no idea it needs to stop creating scar tissue, it keeps forming, keeps forming, and eventually it creates this large mass that usually looks like a mushroom. So we’ve been treating him for a while. If you pan up to that screen over there you’ll see where it started, looks like two large kid-ney beans there, and now they’re starting to shrivel up as I’d expect. He’s had several serial injec-tions, and now they’re kind of looking like from a full grape to little tiny raisins so the goal is to get them as small as possible and eventually we may even remove them, depending on how he feels about that in the future, so the smaller they are the easier they are to remove, so we’re going to go ahead with this injection now.

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Dr. Jeanine Downie is an experienced and popular dermatologist in Montclair. She possesses extensive experience and training in all aspects of dermatology, including cosmetic dermatology and laser surgery. Dr. Downie provides modern and cutting-edge dermatology treatments to everyone in your family in a professional, competent and compassionate manner while ensuring that your individual and unique needs are met. Having received rigorous academic training, she completed her residency in Dermatology at the Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City and also served as Chief Resident. She continues to upgrade her skills set and share her knowledge through professional affiliations and lecturing assignments on behalf of several renowned medical societies such as The Skin Cancer Foundation and The American Academy of Dermatology, among others. She also frequently interacts with the public through popular television shows such as Good Morning America, The Today Show, and The Dr. Oz Show, to name a few.