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MicroChanneling

What if there was a treatment that reduced fine lines and wrinkles (and more) … without discomfort or downtime? There is.

. Say “Good-bye” to melasma and skin hyperpigmentation (and more)!

. We’re seeing amazing results for acne scars, anti-aging, pigmentation, stretch marks, and fine lines.

1 Treatment

$325

One-time treatment.

3 Treatments

$885

A $975 value.

6 Treatments

$1,650

BEST VALUE:

A $1,950 value.

BEFORE + AFTER GALLERY

[The results are remarkable.]


FAQs

What device is used for MicroChanneling?

With …

  • a little ingenuity +
  • 30+ years of dermatology experience +
  • a team of engineers +
  • a powerful Swiss motor,

this revolutionary piece of technology was created that …

  • produces the linear stamping technique, and
  • results in clean and consistent microchannels, which then
  • floods these microchannels with stem cell growth factor serums.
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What skin conditions/issues is MicroChanneling most suitable for??

Anti-aging

Stretch marks

Acne scarring

Fine lines and wrinkles

Pigmentation

What is MicroChanneling?

MicroChanneling is an effective and non-invasive skin rejuvenating procedure which helps improve the appearance of fine lines, hyperpigmentation and acne scarring, among other skin issues, and keep skin looking and feeling younger.

What’s the difference between MicroChanneling and MicroNeedling?

The procedures are very similar, but use different devices to achieve the final result. Microneedling procedures typical employ a roller device, which is moved across the skin; whereas, microchanneling uses individual motions to deliver controlled punctures throughout the skin.

How often should you do MicroChanneling?

MicroChanneling treatments are recommended at 30-day intervals. Depending on what skin concerns are being treated and the condition of your skin, this timeline could vary. ]Lighter anti-aging treatments may only need one or two dates with microchanneling.]

Does MicroChanneling work for everyone?

Unlike some alternative treatments, MicroChanneling has been clinically proven to be effective for women and men with skin ranging from light to medium (I-IV). Likewise, unlike lasers or chemical peels that can damage skin over the long term, these treatments, when properly spaced and overseen by a trained clinician, can be used for years.

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Does MicroChanneling really work?

Microchanneling treatment has become one of the most sought after procedures because of its effectiveness and how quickly it works. During early stages of aging (or any other issues), 1-2 treatments may successfully get rid of unwanted fine lines and deep wrinkles while acne scars will benefit from 4-6 sessions.

Who should not use it?

MicroChanneling should not be used on patients who have active skin cancer in the treatment area; open wounds, sores, or irritated skin in the treatment area; an allergy to stainless steel or anesthetics; a hemorrhagic (bleeding) disorder or hemostatic (bleeding) dysfunction; are pregnant or nursing; or are currently taking drugs with the ingredient isotretinoin (such as Accutane).

Are treatments eligible for insurance?

Unfortunately, no. MicroChanneling treatments are classified as “cosmetic.”


MicroChanneling at A New You Spa is overseen by an off-site medical director.