What is Microchanneling?
Think of microchanneling as the next generation of microneedling, but better! Similar to microneedling, microchanneling is a minimally invasive procedure designed to stimulate your body’s natural ability to generate collagen, elastin, and other building blocks of healthy skin. Unlike microneedling, microchanneling is more uniform and will not scrape your skin.
At the start of the treatment, a thin layer of ProCell natural growth factor serum is applied to the skin. Then, utilizing the microchanneling device, your trained esthetician will make uniform holes in the outermost layer of your skin, the same size & the same depth, without damaging or scratching your skin. Unlike microneedling, micro-filaments are gently applied to the skin with a stamper-like tool (versus a microneedling roller-type tool can drag and scrape the skin), thereby safely creating thousands of micro channels in your skin. These tiny holes, also called channels, stimulate the outermost layers of skin, to help jump-start your body's natural healing process. Also, the microchannels allow the ProCell serum, which has stem cell technology, to penetrate deeper into the skin giving better results. This treatment is clinically proven to increase collagen & elastin production, which in turn increases the thickness of the skin while improving the appearance of wrinkles, uneven skin tone & texture, fine lines, acne scars/surgical scars, stretch marks and more. You will be given post care Cellular Renewal serum & Healing Accelerator serums to take home with you to ensure your skin receives potent peptides, cytokines and growth factors during this optimal time immediately following the treatment. What is great about Microchanneling? There is little to no downtime and this procedure produces maximum rejuvenation with minimal inflammation!
How much will it cost?
INTRODUCTORY SPECIAL February 1 - March 31, 2023
One session: $300 Package of 3 sessions: $780.00 (savings of $120.00)
Who is an ideal candidate for ProCell Microchanneling?
You are an ideal candidate for ProCell Microchanneling if you have the following skin concerns:
- Uneven skin tone & texture
- Fine lines & wrinkles
- Acne scars or surgical scars
- Stretch marks
- Enlarged pores
- Dull-looking skin complexion
- Lost elasticity
What results can I expect?
Though neocollagenesis (the production of new collagen) can take several weeks, however, it is not uncommon to notice an improvement in the quality and appearance of your skin after the first week. The benefits build over 6 - 8 weeks, as collagen production kicks in. For light anti-aging and other moderate skin concerns, 2 - 3 treatments will produce a thicker more robust, collagen filled cellular matrix which will result in a more consistent and very noticeable improvement in your overall skin. For heavy scarring, laxity and/or deep wrinkles, a series of 4 - 6 treatments, a month apart, may be recommended.
How long will the microchanneling results last?
In most cases, microchanneling procedure results should last 2+ years. Results may vary, dependant upon how well you maintain your skin post-procedure and your lifestyle chices.
Will it hurt?
The procedure is not painful, but will be mildly uncomfortable for some. Many will experience redness and tightness after the treatment. The skin may appear as if it has a mild sunburn for a few hours after treatment. Then the skin will feel tight and firm.
What is in the serum?
ProCell’s Microchannel Delivery Serum contains bone marrow-derived growth factors in a hyaluronic acid suspension. Both of these elements are naturally-occurring in the human body. There are no human, animal, or plant cells, DNA, blood, or any other foreign substances. The product has been used safely and effectively for over a decade.
Who is NOT an ideal candidate for ProCell Microchanneling?
You are NOT a suitable candidate for microchanneling if you have any of the conditions listed below:
- You have certain skin diseases, such as eczema or psoriasis.
- You have cardiac abnormalities.
- You are pregnant.
- You have an infection of any type (bacterial, viral or fungal).
- You have had chemotherapy or radiation therapy recently.
- You have open wounds.
- You have Keloid scars.
- You are immunosuppressed.
- You have stainless steel allergies.
- You have diabetes, hemophilia, or bleeding disorders.
- You have been on oral accutane within the past 2 years.