At West End Regenerative Medicine, our experienced staff offers microchanneling as a safe and effective method of restoring the youthful beauty of your face. Our staff uses the latest techniques and tailored treatment plans to help you seamlessly achieve your aesthetic goals. Give us a call at 202.750.5189 today to learn more or to book a one-on-one D.C. microchanneling consultation at our office!
"Bonnie is amazing! I went in for a facial, derma planing, and micro channeling, and I could not recommend WEPS enough. I had actually received some contrary advice leading up to my wedding, and I'm glad that I put my trust in Bonnie—which is not difficult to do with her cool, calm demeanor. If you are hesitant in any way, put it all aside. I found the prices comparable and the service at 5 stars. I can't wait to go again soon!"
What is microchanneling?
Microchanneling is a procedure that uses a single use device to create micro-channels in the skin. Channeling with medical grade hyaluronic acid to infuse the epidermis, you’ll see an immediate suppleness we associate with a youthful complexion. Long term, these channels stimulate your own natural collagen that continually improves texture over time.
Initial treatment should be added to any facial where the pores are cleaned. Schedule separately in-between facials to maintain results and continued collagen stimulation.
Is microchanneling the same as microneedling?
First of all, “skin needling” is just a general term used to describe any minimally invasive aesthetic treatment that involves a device utilizing fine needles. Both microneedling and microchanneling fall under this category. Microchanneling, on the other hand, is like the next generation of microneedling. Our doctors provide both microneedling and microchanneling services in D.C.
Microchanneling vs Microneedling
Microneedling and microchanneling are different, with microneedling being a more aggressive treatment aimed at driving needles deeper into the tissue in order to generate irritation. The needles create channels through which products that providers apply topically to the area penetrate skin through those channels.