Microchanneling & Why It's Awesome
The Holistica Hive prides itself on incorporating non-toxic, powerful and result-driven skin treatments into the studio, that's why we invested in Procell Microchanneling for our clients!
If you've been curious about microneedling for the skin, or you've had it done in the past, then you are going to want to keep reading. If you haven't heard of microneedling or microchanneling until now, then you are also going to want to keep reading...
You know when companies try to promote a product or device as being helpful for all skin? Well usually that's a load of crap, until we found Procell Microchanneling.
Let's start with the important stuff, like real people and their results.
*If you are not located in the NC area and want to get this treatment, see if one of the estheticians I credited above is within your location!
So as you can see from the Before & After photos above, Procell Microchanneling truly benefits all skin, including but not limited to; fine lines & wrinkles, skin laxity, post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation, pitted acne scarring, melasma, rosacea, stretch marks, sun damage, etc. Also, this treatment benefits ALL skin TONES and Fitzpatrick levels.
This treatment benefits ALL skin tones and Fitzpatrick levels.
So what's the science behind it?
Procell's Microchanneling is a style of collagen rejuvenation. The "micro-injuries" are created by "stamping" vertically to create clean micro-channels instead of dragging or gliding across the skin. No scratching or tearing of the skin occurs. This treatment is ideal for all skin needs and requires little to no downtime.
Explain the difference between microchanneling and microneedling.
A microneedling device involves the use of a handheld roller covered in tiny needles which is dragged over the skin. This method can actually tear the skin. Instead, the microchanneling device encompasses a linear stamping technique, resulting in clean, consistent micro-channels.
Microneedling typically uses 2.0 mm length needles and microchanneling typically uses 0.25 mm – 1.0 mm needles with 0.25 mm – 0.5 mm being the most common. These shorter needles stimulate stem cells in the epidermis instead of the longer, invasive needles that can cause damage to dermal cells. This also helps to ensure that the practitioner doesn’t work too deep in the skin or cause any permanent damage.
Another bonus, microchanneling is not only more beneficial to the skin but also more affordable per treatment in comparison to microneedling. Microneedling typically ranges anywhere from $400-550 per treatment, whereas microchanneling ranges anywhere from $250-$350 per treatment!
Individual Procell Microchanneling treatments with The Holistica Hive are $325 per treatment, and that includes LED Light Therapy as well. Right now, we are accepting
pre-bookings when you make a $50 deposit, this amount will be credited towards your treatment and you will pay the $275 remainder upon the day of your appointment. Appointment openings will be available for the first 20 pre-bookings late March/early April.
How can I book a Procell Microchanneling treatment with The Holistica Hive?
We are currently offering pre-bookings to secure your treatment slot. With a deposit of $50 you guarantee that you are one of the first people to receive a microchanneling treatment at The Holistica Hive. There are currently ONLY 20 openings available, and they will book up quickly, so make sure you guarantee your treatment by pre-booking!