ProCell Microchanneling is a non-invasive skin rejuvenation procedure that creates invisible perforations in the outermost layer of dead skin. This creates a micro-injury that triggers the body to fill these microscopic perforations with new collagen and elastin.

procell microchanneling trainingHuman bone marrow derived serum is applied immediately after Procell Microchanneling to penetrate the skin and deliver high concentrations of growth factors that depending on the desired outcome, can improve the appearance of acne scarring, skin texture, hyperpigmentation, and reduce the appearance of fine wrinkles
ProCell microchanneling is a superior form of microneedling. Other typical microneedling devices drag the needles across the skin, while ProCell's microchanneling device uses an up and down motion only. This greatly reduces client's pain, inflammation, and down-time. You have to see it to believe it. Please reach out if you'd like a video demonstration of this process.

ProCell's delivery serums contain bone marrow derived growth factors and stem cell cultures that demonstrate potent anti-inflammatory effects that may reduce healing time, and scar tissue deposition. Procell's stem cell serums are sourced in the USA. ProCell’s Microchannel Delivery Serum contains these bone marrow-derived growth factors in a hyaluronic acid suspension. There are no human, animal, or plant cells, DNA, blood, or any other foreign substances present in ProCell's serum.
These elements are naturally-occurring in the human body. This product has been used safely and effectively for over a decade.

Dermatologist Dr. Mitchell Schwartz, MD founded ProCell Therapies in 2013. During his 30 years as a practicing dermatologist he had observed the limitations and damage caused by other microneedling systems. Dr. Schwartz realized that with some re-engineering he could provide better results in a non-invasive and safer way. Procell Microchanneling provides trainings, marketing materials, and a lifetime guarantee for all of it's products.

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