Microchanneling breaks down skin tissue to initiate new cell growth and healing, and the ProCell micro-channeling procedure uses the latest microneedling device to create up to 1,000 perforations per square inch. ProCell Microchanneling gives us the option to customize the speed, and the higher number of needles in the device creates an even distribution of skin perforations in less time. These microscopic channels penetrate the top layer of your skin and allow the penetration of human growth factor serums like ProCell to penetrate evenly. The combination of the body’s healing response to the microscopic wounds and the addition of ProCell improves skin’s texture, laxity, fine lines, scars, wrinkles and skin tone.

ProCell serums are derived from human stem cells taken from healthy adult bone marrow donors. ProCell contains a high concentration of natural human growth factors to support cellular renewal. Potent regeneration properties in ProCell improve skin tone, firmness, and elasticity. Your skin looks and feels brighter and healthier.

As your body initiates the healing response to the microscopic channeling, it produces new collagen and elastin. You can begin to see results in as little as two weeks. Results continue to build, and the ProCell aftercare serums stimulate keratinocytes in the skin. Microchanneling benefits any skin type.

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$300 per treatment. We discount for packages of 3 or 6.

Questions & Answers

How is microchanneling different from microneedling?

Microchanneling and microneedling achieve the same results, but there are some key differences. The type of devices used to perform the treatments are different. Microneedling uses a handheld “roller” or “pen” covered in tiny needles that are dragged over the skin. Mirochanneling uses a “stamping” technique that creates micro-vertical channels into the skin for better penetration of products.

What are ProCell serums?

ProCell serums contain a unique formulation for growth factors that come from stem cells found in the human bone marrow. Growth factors are anti-inflammatory and promote more youthful-looking skin.

Is microchannelling painful?

Microchannelling uses a handpiece with micro-fine needles that penetrate the skin into the uppermost layers and causes tiny channels. The tiny needles create minute trauma to the dermal layer of the skin causing an increase in collagen production. The procedure itself is not painful, but often you may have a lidocaine preparation smoothed over your skin to help with any pain you might feel.

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