ProCell Micro-Needling - Great Results - No Down Time
Micro-needling (also known as collagen induction therapy) induces collagen production and actually strengthens the epidermis. I use a professional device, ProCell, that contains a specific group of very fine needles. When passed over the skin, the needles create micro “injuries” in the skin to trigger new collagen synthesis. Each micro “injury” creates a channel that triggers the body to produce new collagen and elastin to fill the microscopic wound. This procedure has no major side effects and beautiful results are noticeable in a short period of time. You will notice redness, like a sunburn for 1 - 2 days. In about 4 days or so, you will notice a slight peeling of the skin, revealing a smoother skin surface.
Micro-needling combined with a great skin care regime can improve many conditions of the skin including, acne scars, scars from surgery or injury, fine lines, stretch marks and wrinkles. You will notice a significant improvement in skin tone with very little down time.
I topically numb for this procedure so the discomfort is minimal. A series of 4 - 6 appointments 30 - 45 days apart are recommended.
Micro-needling effectively slows/stops the early signs of aging as well as, preventing new wrinkles and fine lines from occurring. When combined with consistent use of the ProCell serum, this procedure aids in brightening your skin that results in a youthful glow. You can’t get that from home treatments or other cosmetic products!
I highly recommend ProCell products after the micro-needling procedures. I have been trained in the micro-needling procedure and the pre and post procedure protocols. I also use this particular skin care line because I feel it is the best. The science behind the product is exceptional. You can only purchase this product from a medical professional. It is not available online.
Contraindications for this procedure include, active acne, herpes labialis or any other local infection such as warts. Moderate to severe chronic skin disease such as eczema and psoriasis. Blood dyscrasias, patients on anticoagulant therapy. Extreme keloidal tendency. Patient on chemo/radiotherapy. Pregnant or nursing patients