Microneedling, also known as microchanneling, provides a unique and painless skin rejuvenation alternative to fractional lasers. In addition to microneedles, the system uses a combination of other rejuvenating technologies to provide improved topical infusion and collagen stimulation.
Microneedling Treats a Multitude of Conditions
Microneedling was originally developed to treat scarring, including mild to moderate acne scars, some surgical scars and stretch marks. However, it is also used to effectively treat enlarged pores and hyperpigmentation, as well as delivering general skin rejuvenation.
Microneedling is Pain-Free and Requires Minimal Downtime
Our precision-controlled hand piece uses vacuum suction to gently bring the skin into contact with the microneedle roller, which then penetrates the skin at a uniform depth just above the capillaries and nerve endings to ensure no pain or bleeding—and very little downtime. The microchannels created are now pathways used to introduce the infusion of rejuvenating solutions into the skin—into the areas most beneficial to the natural rejuvenating process.