top of page

What Micro-Channeling Has to Offer

When it comes to skin rejuvenation, many people equate major downtime with the majority of operations. Micro-channeling, on the other hand, is a different story. This technique is gaining popularity due to its great results and ability to swiftly return to normal activities.

How it works is as follows:

Microneedling is not the same as micro-channeling, which is also known as collagen induction therapy. The method is a more forceful treatment in which small, sterile needles penetrate the skin deeper to inflict harm on purpose. The derma, the deeper layer of the skin, is prompted to rebuild collagen as a result of the stress.

Collagen keeps our skin taut and youthful, but it breaks down as we age, resulting in wrinkles and a loss of firmness. Collagen is a stiff, insoluble, and fibrous protein that makes up 30% of our body's protein and 70% of our skin's protein.

Micro-channeling is a less harsh method for the treatment of fine lines, hyperpigmentation, rosacea, age spots, and acne scars than microneedling, which produces trauma to encourage collagen formation. Micro-injuries created by tiny needles are more regulated, which aids collagen and elastin formation. The healing process is aided by the uniform micro-channels, which are surrounded by healthy tissue, and the inflammatory reaction to the micro-channel initiates new collagen creation. Healing is accelerated with the inclusion of PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma), which has additional benefits.

Because of its wound-healing properties, PRP has been used in a variety of medical sectors. Patients with arthritis, tendonitis symptoms, plantar fasciitis, bulging disks, and even hair loss have benefited from the treatment. Micro-channeling involves drawing your blood and spinning it in a centrifuge to release various growth factors from platelets. PRP is given topically to the treated area once the micro-channeling technique is completed.

PRP for face rejuvenation has shown significant aesthetic results in recent research. The volume, texture, and tone of the facial skin improved in all fourteen tests, as did the reduction of facial wrinkles.

The majority of the healing happens on the inside, so any adverse effects won't last long. Within 24 hours, your skin should look and feel rejuvenated, but tone and texture will continue to improve. Three to four micro-channeling sessions with PRP, spaced out over a period of 4-6 weeks, are recommended for the best results. Following the initial treatments, on-going maintenance can be carried out at longer intervals.

Consider micro-channeling for crepey skin, stretch marks, and scarring on the hands, neck, and decollete, as well as other portions of the body with crepey skin, stretch marks, and scarring.


Micro-channeling is a great alternative to invasive procedures because it has so many advantages. You'll be ecstatic with the outcomes! If you're planning to have one, feel free to email me, Sumiko Lui, at or book your appointments here.

6 views0 comments


bottom of page