Get a significant reduction in the appearance of stretch marks with this non-surgical procedure from Park Ave Cosmetic Center in Roswell

Microneedling for Stretch Marks

Stretch marks are most commonly associated with pregnancy but they can appear on both men and women for a number of reasons. Although harmless, stretch marks can cause people to be self-conscious and unhappy with their skin. Fortunately, there’s a way to reduce their appearance with the use of Procell microchanneling. It works by using tiny needles to penetrate the top layer of skin and jump-starting your body’s natural wound-healing abilities. It also stimulates the production of collagen.

Get tighter, brighter skin

Microchanneling works to diminish age spots, acne, scars, hyperpigmentation, and stretch marks. It’s a 3-step procedure that creates micro-perforations in the skin stimulating repair and the production of new collagen and elastin without permanently damaging the skin. There’s no downtime with microchanneling and most patients see results after just one treatment!

Learn More About Stretch Mark Reduction At Park Ave Cosmetic Center

Who says you have to live with the skin that you have? If you’re unhappy about the appearance of your skin — whether it be due to stretch marks, dark spots, wrinkles, or all of the above, contact Park Ave Cosmetic Center in Roswell to book an appointment. We’ll discuss your concerns and create a personalized treatment plan just for you! We also offer a full line of anti-aging and cosmetic services including many of the most popular dermal fillers and neurotoxins. Visit our services page for a full list of what we have to offer.


At Park Ave Cosmetic Center, we specialize in tightening up your skin. As one of only a few medically licensed spa’s in Roswell, we are approved to administer the microchanneling treatment to anyone wanting to eliminate loose skin.

Frequently Asked Questions

Microneedling is a minimally invasive treatment, also known in the cosmetic industry as collagen induction therapy. It’s used to treat stretch marks, acne scarring, hair restoration, and fine lines and wrinkles. … Left behind is improved texture and firmness, and a reduction in scars, pore size, and stretch marks.
The frequency of your treatments will depend on the length of your derma roller’s needles and your skin’s sensitivity. If your needles are shorter, you may be able to roll every other day, and if the needles are much longer, you may need to space out treatments every three to four weeks.
IPL therapy is a more selective treatment compared to microneedling. It also brings faster results that last longer when compared to microneedling. However, it’s not as effective in smoothing skin texture or promoting collagen production. If wrinkle reduction is your top priority, microneedling is better than IPL.