PRP treatments are used in aesthetics as well as injury therapeutics for enhanced healing. Studies show that growth factors released by platelets recruit reparative cells to the treated area aiding in soft tissue healing, tissue repair, and collagen production!
How it Works:
To harvest your body’s PRP, your blood is drawn from your arm and placed in a centrifuge where its spun down to separate the PRP from the other components of the blood. The PRP can then be applied topically to the treatment area after a skin rejuvenation treatment, injected into the facial tissue to increase volume and minimize fine lines and wrinkles.
When to consider PRP:
– You’re looking to boost the results of skin rejuvenation treatments like laser resurfacing, microneedling or even dermal filler –
– You have concerns about your skin’s texture and/or tone –
– You’d like to heal faster (less downtime) from facial treatments –