Microchanneling

Aging is inevitable, and its signs manifest more and more every day. It also doesn’t help that sun damage, chemicals, and even gravity contribute to various signs of aging.

Fortunately, microchanneling can help address many skin problems, helping your skin and body keep its youthful glow.

What Is Microchanneling?

Microchanneling is a nonsurgical aesthetic treatment used by medical professionals to improve skin health and appearance.

Basically, it’s a cosmetic procedure that uses ultrafine needles to inject customized serums into the treatment area. These serums are loaded with anti-aging factors, helping activate your body’s natural regenerative ability.

Microchanneling also stimulates your body’s natural ability to generate new healthy skin. As a result, you can improve your skin’s overall health by stimulating the rejuvenation of new collagen production.

How Does Microchanneling Work?

Microchanneling has a three-stage process: 

  1. Microneedlings create microchannels. 
  2. Each microchannel stimulates a healing response. 
  3. Over time, the repeated healing process results in healthier and improved-looking skin. 

 

Although it also uses ultrafine needles, microchanneling is a gentler treatment compared to microneedling. 

This is because microchanneling is done manually at a fixed depth. Thus, it only penetrates the epidermis, which is the top layer of the skin. 

What Are The Benefits of Microchanneling?

Microchanneling has the regenerative ability to help tighten and lift skin. In addition, it can also:

  • Improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles; 
  • Reduce hyperpigmentation; 
  • Fade acne scars and surgical scars; 
  • Reduce the appearance of sun damage and dark spots; 
  • Fade stretch marks; 
  • Help firm, tighten, and tone the skin; and 

 

Moreover, the microchannels created during the procedure allow skincare products to penetrate deeper into the skin; this helps boost the effectiveness of your serums and creams. 

Microchanneling with ProCell Serums

One good example of microchanneling is the use of Procell serums, which contain growth factors from the human bone marrow, producing an anti-inflammatory effect. 

These growth factors are used to support cellular renewal, improving skin firmness, elasticity, texture, and tone. Aside from that, it also helps diminish the appearance of scarring and wrinkles, leaving your skin looking bright and healthy. 

In addition, ProCell can also be used for hair growth. It can provide the following benefits:

  • Reduce hair loss and promote hair growth; 
  • Increase the fullness and density of your hair; 
  • Improve overall hair texture; and 
  • Activate dormant stem cells within the hair follicle.

Who Is An Ideal Candidate for Microchanneling?

Microchanneling is a good option for patients who want to maintain a younger, healthier-looking skin. It is ideal for

  • Individuals with specific concerns that can be addressed by a minimally-invasive procedure; 
  • Those with fine lines and wrinkles, particularly around the eyes, mouth, and forehead; 
  • People who are bothered by the appearance of enlarged pores, scars, and sun damage; 
  • Individuals with generally healthy skin and no active inflammations or infections; and 
  • Those who have realistic expectations and are willing to follow aftercare instructions. 

 

If you’re also concerned with hair growth through microchanneling, this treatment is a good option for you. 

Find out how you can benefit from our microchanneling procedure. Call us today or book an appointment now.