Microchanneling has been the most popular skin-care therapy in recent years. This skincare procedure, according to experts, is the key to beautiful, healthy, and younger-looking skin. What is Microchanneling, and how is it different from skin needling?
To decode, let's look at all of the myths about Microchanneling.
What is Microchanneling, and how does it work?
It's a process that creates a controlled wound reaction in the dead skin's outer layer while also creating channels that encourage the body to mend and fill these microscopic pertusions by making new collagen and elastin. During the procedure, a serum containing stem cells is injected into the channels, providing the cells with all of the nutrients they require to repair and rebuild, resulting in even more significant benefits. While Microchanneling may appear to be a strenuous procedure, it is actually rather relaxing and completely safe for those who have been certified.
The penetration of topical serums and creams into the skin may be increased by approximately 300 percent using this technique. The serum is also used immediately after treatment to allow high concentrations of growth factors to penetrate deep into the skin, improving the appearance of scar tissue and reducing the appearance of fine wrinkles.
What are the advantages?
Unlike other treatments, this one gets active skin care components deep into the skin's tissues. This method allows skincare to operate at the source, resulting in noticeable effects. Microchanneling has the following advantages:
Reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Uneven texture and color tone should be corrected.
Reduce the stretch mark's appearance.
Acne scars should be removed.
Scars from accidents and surgeries should be removed.
Get rid of hair thinning
Tighten and firm loose skin
So, what exactly is Microneedling?
Microchanneling is frequently confused with microneedling, although there is a distinction between the two aesthetic procedures. Micro-needling, also known as dermal-rolling, works on a similar premise. The needles, on the other hand, are formed of metal and are attached to a roller or stamp. They are used to cause micro-injuries to the skin in order to speed up the natural healing process, which is especially beneficial for persons who have scars or discolouration on their skin. Microchanneling makes use of precise, clean channels/protrusions that cover a larger area while causing less harm.
By breaking up the scar tissue and encouraging the development of new collagen and elastin, this procedure aids in the treatment of acne while also enhancing the appearance of scars. Micro-needling is also used to treat hyperpigmentation since it helps to shed the top layer of the skin while also aiding in the absorption of topical medicines that can be used at the same time to prevent new pigmentation from appearing.
In order to rebuild skin elasticity, collagen, and eliminate hyperpigmentation, micro-channeling creates targeted and regulated micro-channels within the skin. Procell's patented FDA-approved Stem Cell serum and aftercare are used in the Microchanneling process, and the practitioner is trained and qualified by Procell to do it.
For best results, we propose a series of treatments (depending on each individual's needs) performed once every four weeks. We also provide topical stem cell serums to our clients to help them get the most out of this game-changing surgery. We recommend a minimum of 5 treatments, spread out every 7-14 days, to address hair loss on the scalp. Depending on the age of the thinning or balding, most people see results after 3-5 sessions. For places where baldness has been present for a long time, more treatments are required. To improve your results even more, we recommend combining this service with the LED Mask Treatment.
When you schedule a Microchanneling treatment, you'll see a difference in your skin tone, texture, fine lines, wrinkles, and elasticity right away. Feel free to email me, Sumiko Lui, at firstname.lastname@example.org or book your appointments here.