Microneedling involves using a mechanized device called a dermapen to make thousands of miniscule needle punctures in the outermost layers of the skin. By precisely controlling the depth, spacing, frequency, and pattern of these needle pricks, the dermapen stimulates your body to make more collagen in the areas where it needs it the most. Microneedling has been scientifically demonstrated to show improvement in fine lines, freckles and sun spots, scars, burns, pitted and non-pitted acne scars, stretch marks, and large pores. 


The service is performed with a device that contains needles that penetrate the skin vertically, offering quick micro-injuries. It is through these small internal defects, also called microchannels, that our experts achieve optimal healing. The treatment is clinically approved and is designed to increase elastin and collagen production through a release of peptides and grow factors into the newly created microchannels.


Scar Tissue

Microchanneling has the ability to break scar tissue and stimulate collagen and elastin production that is similar in healthy skin tissue, smoothing out your scar.  It will not work on Keloid scarring.

Premature Skin Aging

Like how it helps with wrinkles, the same goes for preventing, as micro-channeling leads to thickening and preventing the breakdown of collagen. It also enhances the effectiveness of anti-aging products by boosting its absorption and concentration in your skin.


A skin disorder that produces facial redness that can lead to the breakdown of collagen – which can be helped through microchanneling.  Microchanneling in conjunction with appropriate home care will give you much improved results.

Pore Size

Reduces the size of pores– especially those around the nose and cheeks, by producing more collagen and thickening the epidermis layer of your skin.

Stretch Marks

Treating stretch marks with micro-channeling is similar to the way scars are treated – in the way that it breaks down stretch mark tissue and triggers collagen growth.


Triggered by an unusual production of melanin, micro-channeling helps to shed the top layer of skin to produce normal melanocyte. Unlike harsh treatments like lasers and microdermabrasion, microchanneling is safe for anyone– especially those with darker skin tone, as it doesn’t lead to loss of skin pigment.