Microchanneling is the next generation of microneedling. Microchaneling is a non-invasive procedure designed to stimulate your body’s natural ability to produce collagen, elastin, and other building blocks for healthy skin. With minimal downtime, microchanneling is a popular treatment for acne scars, surgery scars, and stretch marks
What It Treats:
- Collagen and elastin stimulation
- Dull skin texture and tone
- Mild scars
- 1 hour for the face
- Additional 30 mins for each part needed among the neck, chest, arms, hands, and or body
- Series of 3-5 for initial correction
- Maintenance of 1 session is required once every 2-3 months
Recovery Time & Side Effects:
- Recovery Time: 1-2 days
- Common Side Effects: skin redness after treatment
- Rare Side Effects: post inflammatory hyperpigmentation
Base Deal (1 treatment session)
- Face: $650
- 3 sessions: $1500 | Save $450
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- Healthier skin
- Fresher and better looking skin tone and texture
Commonly Asked Questions
What is Microchanneling?
Microchanneling is the next generation of microneedling. Microchaneling is a non-invasive procedure designed to stimulate your body’s natural ability to produce collagen, elastin, and other building blocks for healthy skin. By stimulating the outermost layers of the skin, micro channeling can help jump-start your body’s natural collagen process. An increase in collagen and communication levels in the skin facilitate thicker, younger-looking skin with minimal downtime.
How does MicroChanneling work?
Micro channeling works by creating uniform micro-channels in the skin with the use of precision micro-needles ‘tapped’ into the skin. A single pass over the face will create hundreds of thousands of micro-channels. Each microchannel is surrounded by healthy tissue, which enhances the healing process. In response to each micro-injury, an inflammatory healing process begins which initiates the formation of new collagen. Over time, the repeated healing process will build new collagen, creating healthier skin, and improving the surface texture and the overall appearance of the skin.
Microchanneling is a popular treatment for acne scars, surgery scars, and stretch marks. Scar improvement occurs by breaking down the old tissue and fostering the development of healthier skin. When combined with cutting-edge growth factor serums, healing is improved and future signs of aging are diminished.