SeruGlow MD is an in-office microchanneling treatment that infuses customized serums directly into the skin, to rejuvenate it and address common concerns. It is a device that uses 24 karat gold–plated surgical steel microneedles to inject small amounts of serum into the top layer of the skin at 0.25mm. Each of the 20 needles is finer than a single hair strand, which allows for a comfortable treatment. During the procedure, the device is employed in a stamp-like motion across the skin. This is best done in a series of 3 about 2-4 weeks apart.
The tiny perforations created in the skin enhance penetration of serums, which are delivered from the glass vial upon stamping in order to increase their effectiveness.
There are four SeruGlow MD serums to help improve skin’s overall texture and tone.
We utilize SeruGlow MD for Rosacea using a mesomix with Xeomin.
WHAT IS MICROCHANNELING?
Microchanneling is a process where a needle-studded device is used to create tiny channels in the skin that trigger the body’s healing process. As new collagen is produced over the next few months, the skin becomes smoother and firmer. Immediately post-treatment, skin looks more radiant and plump.
The medical side of the practice is now closed as of July 29, 2022. If you are not one of the 200 patients, who has asked to stay with the practice, we will no longer be able to answer medical questions or refill presciptions via email, voicemails or portal messages.