The aim of this treatment is to restructure the skin by creating a controlled small wound on the skin with minimal epidermal
damage. During the application, 250-500 microchannels per 1 cm² are created in the upper skin with 0.5-2.5mm long
needles. Each of these opened channels is perceived as a wound on the skin. In order to close these wounds, the skin
tries to repair itself by increasing blood circulation in that area and secreting various growth factors. In addition, various
vitamins, enzymes and even PRP solution applied to the skin surface during the procedure can be used to be transmitted
subcutaneously through these opened microchannels. As a result, the production of hyaluronic acid, collagen and elastin
is triggered, and skin regeneration occurs in that area.