When you look at your latest Sephora purchases, it’s easy to understand how beauty comes at a price. From moisturizer, cover-up, mascara and the latest lip kit, it appears you’ve developed an expensive habit, but take solace in knowing you’re not alone. In fact, according to a study done by InStyle magazine, the average woman spends $15,000 year on beauty products! That’s an average of $40 per day spent on products that are clogging pores, advancing skin issues and overall, causing more harm than benefit. Our solution? Stem-cell microchanneling—a non-surgical, blemish-reducing treatment.
Proven to stimulate cell turnover, reduce fine lines, and reverse the signs of aging, Dr. Nima’s microchanneling is unquestionably skin-changing. First, numbing cream is applied to avoid discomfort, then a small device is used to create micro-channels in the skin through which an anti-aging stem cell serum can be fully absorbed. Furthermore, in triggering the body’s immune response, collagen is stimulated, improving fine lines and the texture of the skin. With a recommended 6-9 treatments per year, microchanneling will likely set you back $2100-$3200. However, when it comes to spoiling your skin, we advise spending your money on a product that will reverse age instead of advancing it! Plus, with a newfound confidence of clearer skin, you’ll need less beauty product, meaning less money spent and a happier you!