MicroNeedling vs MicroChanneling

Microneedling and microchanneling are becoming the most sought out choice for skin rejuvenation! They achieve the same results, however, there are some key differences.
The main difference is the type of device that is used to perform the treatment and the technique. Primarily, it is the device that is used to perform the treatment and the technique. Microneedling typically involves using a handheld “roller” or “pen” covered in tiny needles that is dragged over the skin. Microchanneling uses a “stamping” technique, which creates micro vertical channels into the skin for better product penetration and less trauma. Performing the treatment with this prevents the possibility of  micro-tears to the skin as well as over working the skin.
Both treatment options are capable correcting deeper skin imperfections, such as scarring, fine lines, wrinkles, skin texture, and much more!  Once the microchannels are created in the skin, a serum is applied to the skin. It consists of hyaluronic acid and human stem cell growth factors, which amplify results as well as accelerate recovery time.
Overall, microchanneling is the next generation of microneedling! It’s safer, less invasive method that allows for less down time and leaves clients with healthy rejuvenated skin.
At Cosmetic Aesthetics, they use a device made by ProCell Therapies which falls under the category of microchanneling. We have partnered up with them for their amazing skills and knowledge in the beauty industry. If you are ready to achieve the results with microchanneling, give them a call at 1-833-tattoo-u!