Similar to microneedling, Microchanneling is a process that helps improve the texture and tone of the skin to combat the effects of aging. By applying patches of tiny plastic structures, microchanneling reaches deep into the dermis of the skin so that the actives we apply can be more effective and help increase collagen production. According to Procell Therapies, “in response to each microinjury, an inflammatory healing process begins which initiates the formation of new collagen. Over time, the repeated healing process improves the surface texture and the overall appearance of the skin”.
We use actives like ProCell Therapies potent growth factor serum that is derived from human bone marrow Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSC) which allows it to accelerate healing and yields even more dramatic results. That means that microchanneling can help eliminate fine lines, stretch marks, acne scarring, age spots, skin pigmentation, promote skin-tightening, support hair growth, and reduce the size of pores.
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While there are many benefits to Microchanneling vs microneedling one of the most important is safety. From a results perspective there is no arguing that microchanneling creates better results hands down. Whether it is for wrinkles, acne scars or hair regrowth ProCell Microchanneling delivers better results 10/10 times. However, in an era of COVID-19 where sanitization, cleanliness and safety are of utmost importance ProCell Microchanneling is clearly the superior product.
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