Both microneedling and microchanneling fall under this category. Both treatments use a device to puncture the epidermis of the skin with fine needles, creating tiny micro-injuries. ... Microchanneling, on the other hand, is like the next generation of microneedling.
ProCell Therapies was founded by Dr. Mitchell Schwartz, an American Board Certified Dermatologist who observed the limitations of traditional microneedling and the unnecessary damage caused by devices that drag across the skin. With a little ingenuity, 30+ years of dermatology experience, a team of engineers, and a powerful Swiss motor... The revolutionary piece of technology now known as the Procell Therapies devices were born!
The linear stamping technique results in clean and consistent microchannels (Which are then flooded with stem cell growth factor serums!) 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.