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Microchanneling with

Growth Factors

We age - visibly and invisibly - every day. Sun damage, internal inflammation, chemicals, and even gravity all work. As we get older, our ability to repair this constant damage is diminished dramatically. Since fewer regenerative stem cells survive to carry on the work, slower, less robust healing and greater levels of inflammation are inevitable. By the time we are 30 years old, we have 25% of our stem cells left. By the time we are 50, we are down to 2%.

Serums with Growth Factors from Human Stem Cells can turn back the clock and give us a splash for that proverbial "Fountain of Youth" amplifies our body's own wound-heal response and allowing it to heal like it did at age 18-22. The growth factors in our serums are made derived from human mesenchymal stem cells in bone marrow that is donated by female college athletes ages 18-22. Research shows that using PRP (aka Platelet Rich Plasma or the Vampire Facial) actually provides NO benefit. See research below.

Microchanneling with Growth Factors Improve

acne scars

cystic acne

fine lines



scars - other than keloid

stretch marks

telangiecstasia - swollen capillaries


Before & After Gallery

It’s crucial to examine all available data regarding the usage of PRP in aesthetic medicine. Relying solely on anecdotal evidence, which suggests PRP may accelerate healing post-procedure, does not provide a complete understanding of its “efficacy”. Contrary to the majority of human studies where outcome data is typically regarded as more conclusive than mechanistic data, the opposite is the case in dermatological applications. Mechanistic data is vital as it explains the processes leading to the observed outcomes, offering a much deeper insight into the “behavior” of PRP. In the context of skin healing, understanding the biochemical pathways involved is significantly more important than merely observing the final healing stage. Essentially, HOW you got to your result is more important than the result itself. That is if you care about skin health. PRP induces a pro-inflammatory state, which can lead to pro-fibrotic healing outcomes in the skin. Furthermore, actual human studies indicate that PRP, particularly in post-procedure scenarios, does not contribute any additional value. The document below elaborates on this!

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