What is Procell Microchanneling?
Our ProCell Microchanneling Facial is the closest alternative to Micro-needling. It is the most effective non-invasive beauty devices on the market today. Many of the invasive treatments risk damage to the dermal layer with potential exposure to pain, infection, and toxic side effects.
Procell Microchanneling is clinically proven to increase collagen & elastin production.
ProCell Microchanneling improves the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, hyperpigmentation & acne scarring, among other skin issues and keeps skin looking and feeling younger. The procedure makes uniform holes in the outermost layer of your skin – the same size & the depth, without damaging or scratching your skin. These tiny holes, also called “channels”, are the perfect way to get healing products into your skin. This treatment is clinically proven to increase collagen & elastin production, which, in turn, increases the thickness of the skin while improving the appearance of wrinkles, uneven skin tone & texture, fine lines, acne scars/surgical scars, stretch marks and more.
A single Procell treatment creates hundreds of thousands of microchannels. In response to each micro-injury, 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.
Most Commonly Asked Questions
What are the benefits of Procell Microchanneling?
ProCell Microchanneling therapy helps reduce or even eliminate scars from the skin. Apart from treating and correcting acne scars, this therapy can also reduce the appearance of stretch marks in the skin.
With this unique therapy, you can say goodbye to your fine lines and wrinkles. It can enhance your appearance without damaging your skin. It can correct uneven skin tone and texture by promoting the regeneration of a newer, fresher layer of skin. It leaves clients with healthy rejuvenated skin
What conditions does Procell Microchanneling treat?
Procell Microchanneling effectively addresses:
- Uneven skin tone & texture
- Fine lines & wrinkles
- Acne scars/surgical scars
- Stretch marks
- Enlarged pores
- Dull-looking skin complexion
- Lost elasticity
How long do results last?
Well, ProCell Microchanneling can last anywhere from 2 to 10 years, depending on clients age and lifestyle!
How many treatments will I need?
For light anti-aging treatments, 1 to 2 treatments may be sufficient but for deeper wrinkles & scarring, you may require 4 to 6 treatments to achieve desired results.
An interval of 3 to 4 weeks between treatments is typically recommended and you can see the results 2-3 weeks after your treatment.
Does Procell Micrchanneling hurt?
ProCell Microchanneling doesn’t hurt, but it does not feel good either.
However, if you feel pain during the procedure, you can ask your skin care professional to apply a light topical numbing cream.
How long does it take to heal?
Who is a good candidate for Procell Microchanneling?
You are an ideal candidate for ProCell Microchanneling if you have:
- Fine lines or wrinkles
- Uneven skin texture
- Moderate skin laxity
- Stretch marks
- Atrophic (depressed) acne scars
- Sun damage
- Traumatic scars
Is the Procell treatment safe?
ProCell Microchanneling therapies are absolutely safe and side effects are uncommon when being performed by knowledgeable and trained skincare professionals.
What is the aftercare?
- Avoid washing your face for the first 6 hours. You can wash the treated area gently with a gentle cleanser and apply moisturizer thereafter
- After the therapy, nothing topical should be applied for at least 90 minutes.
- Do not exfoliate at least for 7 days.
- Avoid direct sunlight for at least 7 days.
- Ensure you have proper sun protection whenever you are out in the sun
- Avoid swimming or jogging in the rain for at least 72 hours.
- Avoid vigorous exercise for first 72 hours.
- Avoid anti-inflammatory medication pre and post treatment.
- Avoid makeup for at least 6 hours after the procedure.
What is the difference between microchanneling and microneedling?
ProCell Micro-channeling therapy is the next generation of Microneedling.
The main difference between the two therapies is the type of device used to perform the treatment as well as the technique that is used.
Microneedling therapy involves using a handheld “roller” covered in tiny needles that is dragged over the skin which can actually tear the skin. ProCell Microchanneling therapy, on the other hand, uses a “stamping” technique, which creates micro vertical channels into the skin for better and deeper product penetration & less trauma to the skin.