Rejuvenate Your Skin with ProCell Microchanneling Therapy

Posted by: Elizabeth Dittman

ProCell Microchanneling therapy is a non-invasive skin rejuvenating treatment designed to improve the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, acne scarring, age spots or sun spots, and hyperpigmentation. It also helps reduce the appearance of stretch marks in the skin. ProCell Microchanneling was developed in America by a Licensed Aesthetician as well as a Board Certified Dermatologist.

You might be familiar with chemical peels, IPL and laser treatments which improve skin by injuring it, which then causes healing responses. Instead of days or weeks of healing, ProCell Microchanneling will have your skin glowing in just 24 hours! It’s a perfect choice for some low-maintenance facial care.  

How does it work?

Microchanneling stimulates your body’s natural ability to regenerate new healthy skin and new collagen production. This is achieved by creating thousands of perfect microchannels, or small, uniform holes, in your skin to induce a healing response. The procedure isn’t painful, but it is a little uncomfortable. The holes also make it easy to apply healing products into your skin, such as the ProCell serum. This treatment is clinically proven to increase elastin and collagen production, and will improve your skin’s overall texture, tone, and elasticity. To see optimal results, get microchanneling done in a series of 6 treatments with 3 weeks between each treatment.

What should I expect after treatment? 

Immediately after treatment, your skin will be red, tight, and may be a little swollen. You shouldn’t apply anything topical to your skin for 90 minutes.

24 hours after treatment, your skin will be glowing and radiant!

How long will it last?

Depending on your skin, age, and lifestyle, a ProCell treatment can last anywhere from 2 to 10 years. 

Who’s a good candidate for ProCell Microchanneling?

Ideal clients for ProCell treatment will be experiencing:

  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Sun damage
  • Acne scars
  • Uneven skin texture

You should not pursue ProCell treatment if you:

  • Are pregnant or breastfeeding
  • Have an infection of any kind
  • Have open wounds
  • Have keloid scars
  • Have diabetes, hemophilia, or bleeding disorder 

If you have more questions, don’t hesitate to give us a call! Our licensed estheticians will help you find the right treatment to get your skin glowing.   


Elizabeth Dittman is an Esthetician at Cole’s Salon Cedar Cliff.

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