Microneedling vs. Microchanneling

microchanneling Non-surgical cosmetic treatments make it easier than ever to have great skin. Take collagen induction therapy (CIT) for example, which corrects common imperfections by unlocking your body’s natural healing ability. Microneedling is the most well-known CIT service, but a next-generation option called microchanneling is quickly gaining popularity. Here’s what you need to know.

What is Microneedling?

Microneedling is a treatment that uses tiny metal needles to prick the skin. These needles are typically attached to a roller or a stamp tool.

When the needles are pressed down, they trigger a wound healing response. That response jumpstarts skin repair and promotes the production of collagen and elastin. Microneedling can be used to address issues such as acne scars, visible aging, and more.

What is Microchanneling?

Microchanneling is essentially an evolved form of microneedling that treats the same concerns. Our Procell™ MicroChanneling device features micro-filaments to stimulate the skin. Your treatment will also include serums and aftercare products, which serve to enhance the skin rejuvenation process.

How is Microchanneling Different from Microneedling?

The two treatments are remarkably similar. They use the same basic principle to correct cosmetic concerns and improve the overall appearance of the skin.

The biggest difference between microchanneling and microneedling is the type of device used during treatment. The metal needles on most microneedling devices can tear the skin, especially in the hands of someone who isn’t properly trained.

In contrast, Procell™ Microchanneling filaments create consistent microchannels to invigorate the skin with little actual damage. Patients often experience less discomfort, inflammation, and downtime as a result.

The Livra Microchannel Delivery Solution — which contains hyaluronic acid, Stem Cytokines™, and other healing elements that soothe the skin — increases the benefits of a microchanneling treatment. Our providers will apply it during your appointment for maximum absorption.

Discover the Benefits of Microchanneling

If you’re interested in improving the health and beauty of your skin with Procell™ MicroChanneling, call 303-662-8668 today to schedule a complimentary consultation. Park Meadows Aesthetics serves Denver, Lone Tree, and nearby Colorado areas.

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