Plasma Facial 

Plasma Facial

What is Microchanneling with PRP?

If you dabble in cosmetic skin treatments, you may be somewhat familiar with Microchanneling. This technique involves making tiny punctures, or micro-injuries, to the skin’s surface. Microchanneling does not actually harm the skin. Instead, the micro-injuries stimulate the body’s healing response and activate the production of collagen, elastin, and new skin cells to restore a healthier, more even complexion.

One of the most exciting innovations in Microchanneling treatment is the addition of PRP therapy. PRP, which stands for platelet-rich plasma, is a serum that is created from the patient’s own blood. Before your treatment session begins, one of our expert technicians will draw a small tube of blood from your arm. Using advanced technology in our state-of-the-art in-house laboratory, the blood will be purified and separated to isolate the PRP. This plasma serum contains stem cells, growth factors, and other rejuvenating components that boost the body’s natural healing processes and further enhance the benefits of Microchanneling. Following the Microchanneling portion of your treatment, the PRP serum will be applied directly to the skin and allowed to absorb as fully as possible.

What does Microchanneling do?

The list of potential benefits of Microchanneling with PRP is virtually endless. Whether you are looking to correct signs of skin damage or simply want to get ahead of the aging process, Microchanneling with PRP may be right for you. Some of the most common skin concerns that can be addressed with PRP and Microchanneling include:

* Rough skin texture

* Uneven skin tone

* Dull skin

* Fine lines and wrinkles

* Loose skin

* Sun damage

* Hyperpigmentation

* Age spots

* Acne scarring

* Scars

* Large pores

During your initial consultation for Microchanneling, Our Nurses will thoroughly evaluate your skin, discuss your concerns and goals, and help determine if Microchanneling with PRP is right for you.

How long is Microchanneling with PRP recovery?

Following Microchanneling with PRP, our patients can expect some level of redness, mild swelling, and possible bruising. These side effects are typically mild and resolve within a few days. However, patients should refrain from wearing makeup or using harsh cleaners and topical agents for at least 72 hours after treatment. Additionally, patients should avoid chlorinated pools and direct sun exposure to the area for several days as well.

While you may notice a relatively quick improvement in the texture and tone of your skin, the final results of Microchanneling with PRP may take several weeks to develop as the body ramps up its collagen production and the skin continues to heal and regenerate.

How many Microchanneling sessions do I need?

Most men and women require a series of several treatments initially and choose to have maintenance sessions of Microchanneling with PRP to achieve and maintain their ideal results. Following your consultation, we can recommend a treatment course that best meets your individual needs and goals.

Get smooth, healthy, glowing skin using Microchanneling with PRP in Boston, MA

If you’re looking for a nonsurgical – yet powerful – solution for uneven skin, age spots, enlarged pores, acne scarring, and other skin concerns, then Microchanneling with PRP may be the answer you’ve been searching for. To learn more about the exceptional benefits of Microchanneling with PRP in Boston, MA , contact the knowledgeable team at High Voltage Wellness And MedSpa to schedule your private consultation today. We look forward to helping you achieve the beautiful complexion you’ve always wanted!