Microchanneling is a minimally invasive cosmetic procedure that involves the use of tiny needles to create micro-injuries in the skin's surface. These micro-injuries stimulate the body's natural healing processes, promoting collagen and elastin production. As a result, microchanneling can improve the texture and appearance of the skin, reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and help with issues like acne scars and pigmentation. The procedure is typically performed by trained professionals and is considered a safe and effective way to rejuvenate the skin with minimal downtime.

What is Microchanneling?

How it works

One treatment generates hundreds of thousands of microchannels, each triggering an inflammatory healing response that kickstarts the production of fresh collagen. As this restorative cycle repeats over time, it enhances both the skin's surface texture and its overall appearance.

What it does


What do I need to know BEFORE I get Microchanneling Treatment?

Important Pre-Treatment Care

Proper pre-care before a microchanneling procedure is important to ensure that your skin is prepared and in the best possible condition for the treatment. Here are some pre-care guidelines for microchanneling: 

What do I need to know AFTER I get Microchanneling Treatment?

Important Post-Treatment Care

Post-care for microchanneling is crucial to ensure optimal results and minimize any potential complications. Here are some general guidelines for microchanneling post-care: 

What are the Contraindications of Microchanneling Treatment?

Important Contraindications

Microchanneling is generally considered a safe and effective cosmetic procedure, but there are certain contraindications that may make it unsuitable for certain individuals. Contraindications may include: