Are you seeking a quick and effective solution to improve your skin's appearance, addressing concerns like fine lines, wrinkles, acne, and acne scarring while minimizing downtime? If so, ProCell Microchanneling treatment could be the perfect choice for you!
What is ProCell Microchanneling?
ProCell Microchanneling stands out as a non-invasive skin rejuvenation procedure with remarkable effectiveness. This innovative treatment, developed by a Licensed Aesthetician and a Board Certified Dermatologist in the United States, creates uniform microchannels in the outermost layer of your skin. These microchannels, or tiny holes, serve as pathways for therapeutic products, including the ProCell serum featuring stem cell technology. Clinically proven, this treatment stimulates collagen and elastin production, leading to thicker, more youthful-looking skin while addressing concerns like wrinkles, uneven skin tone, fine lines, acne scars, surgical scars, stretch marks, and more.
Advantages of ProCell Microchanneling Therapy:
- Diminishes or eliminates skin scars, including acne scars and stretch marks
- Reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
- Enhances your appearance without causing harm to your skin
- Corrects uneven skin tone and texture by promoting skin regeneration
- Leaves your skin rejuvenated and healthy
Conditions Treated by ProCell Microchanneling:
Uneven skin tone and texture
Fine lines and wrinkles
Acne scars and surgical scars
Loss of skin elasticity
How Long Does ProCell Microchanneling Last?
The effects of ProCell Microchanneling can last from 2 to 10 years, depending on factors such as age and lifestyle.
How Many Treatments Are Needed?
For mild anti-aging concerns, 1 to 2 sessions may suffice. However, deeper wrinkles and scarring may require 4 to 6 treatments for optimal results. Typically, a 3 to 4-week interval between sessions is recommended, with visible results emerging 2-3 weeks post-treatment.
Is ProCell Microchanneling Painful?
While ProCell Microchanneling isn't inherently painful, some individuals may experience mild discomfort. If you do feel discomfort during the procedure, don't hesitate to request a mild topical numbing cream from your skincare professional.
Recovery Time for ProCell Microchanneling Therapy:
Following the treatment, your skin may appear pink or red for the initial 24 to 48 hours. However, this can be effectively concealed using high-quality mineral makeup within just 90 minutes post-session.
Ideal Candidates for ProCell Microchanneling:
ProCell Microchanneling is ideally suited for individuals with:
Fine lines or wrinkles
Uneven skin texture
Moderate skin laxity
Atrophic (depressed) acne scars
Who Should Avoid ProCell Microchanneling:
ProCell Microchanneling may not be suitable if you have:
Certain skin diseases like eczema or psoriasis
Infections (bacterial, viral, or fungal)
Recent radiation therapy
Diabetes, hemophilia, or bleeding disorders
ProCell Microchanneling Cost:
The cost of microchanneling treatments varies based on the targeted area and the condition
of your skin. On average, a session for the face and neck costs around $300, with other treatment prices determined during consultation.
Is ProCell Microchanneling Safe?
ProCell Microchanneling treatments are generally safe when administered by trained skincare professionals.
To ensure optimal results, follow these post-treatment care guidelines:
Avoid washing your face for the initial 6 hours
Gently cleanse the treated area with a mild cleanser and apply moisturizer
Refrain from applying topical products for at least 90 minutes
Avoid exfoliation for 7 days
Stay out of direct sunlight for 7 days and use proper sun protection
Avoid swimming or jogging in the rain for 72 hours
Refrain from vigorous exercise for the first 72 hours
Do not use anti-inflammatory medication before or after treatment
Wait at least 6 hours before applying makeup
Distinguishing Microchanneling from Microneedling:
ProCell Microchanneling therapy represents the next evolution of Microneedling. The key distinction lies in the device used and the technique applied.
Microneedling employs a handheld pen or roller covered in tiny needles that can potentially damage the skin more than necessary.
ProCell Microchanneling, on the other hand, utilizes a stamping technique to create micro vertical channels in the skin, enabling deeper product penetration with less trauma.
At 40 Esthetics, our primary goal is to help our clients look and feel their best through ProCell Microchanneling therapy.
If you'd like to explore ProCell Microchanneling therapy or any of our other services further, please feel free to reach out to us or book your free consultation today