BENEFITS OF PRP FACIAL REJUVENATION
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is concentrated from your blood, providing plasma that is rich in platelets and growth factors and that stimulate a stem cell response. This stem cell response improves the skin’s integrity by stimulating the growth of new collagen and blood vessels to repair and revitalize damaged skin. PRP treatments can rejuvenate the skin to address fine lines, uneven skin tone, scarring, acne, hyperpigmentation and can help in slowing down and reversing the signs of aging.
PRP FACIAL REJUVENATION PROCESS
PRP Facial Rejuvenation uses the PRP in conjunction with an Eclipse MicroPen. The MicroPen is an Epidermal Micro-Exfoliation device used to stimulate the tissue and improve the appearance of the skin. The procedure is performed in a safe and precise manner utilizing the Turbo Safety Cartridge, a sterile micro-exfoliation component. The procedure is typically completed in 30-60 minutes. The treatment time can vary based on the required treatment and anatomical site being treated.
What is Platelet rich plasma?
Platelet rich plasma, or PRP, is extracted from your blood and contains three to five times more platelets than the normal concentration of platelets in your blood. Platelets are the smallest of the blood cells, but pack a powerful punch in the form of growth factors and proteins involved in tissue healing. PRP has been used for years in sports medicine for muscle and tendon injuries, wound healing, joint damage, surgical repair and more. This revolutionary therapy is now being used as a safe and effective way to revitalize skin by using the body’s own organic material thus minimizing adverse reactions and recovery time.
What you can expect:
- Reduces fine lines and wrinkles
- Smooths skin texture
- Evens skin tone
- Reduces large pore size
- Minimizes minor blemishes
Multi-Treatment (series of 3-6 treatments):
- Reduces moderate to deep wrinkles
- Address atrophic acne scars
- Minimizes striae and stretch marks
- Helps decrease the appearance of traumatic scars and non-keloid hypertrophic scars