PRP Facial Rejuvenation

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is a revolutionary regenerative procedure that treats aging skin and activates the growth of new collagen. This treatment involves drawing the patient’s own blood and then injecting it into areas of concern on the face. Platelet Rich Plasma can be injected in areas similar to dermal fillers, or anywhere you notice decreased collagen, wrinkles, or volume loss. Over time, as collagen rebuilds, improvement can be seen in skin hydration, texture, and tone. The effects of a PRP facial can last 9-18 months. Because the patient’s own blood is used, the procedure is completely safe and risk-free.

How does PRP for Skin Rejuvenation Work?

Your aesthetics expert will draw blood and spin it in a device called a centrifuge to separate the blood from the plasma. Your plasma has a concentrated amount of platelets and other vital growth factors. The bioactive, or healing proteins, in the platelets are what signal the body to repair and regenerate tissue, create new capillaries, connective tissues and collagen. The signaling proteins call stem cells to the treatment area which accelerate and optimize the healing process. New collagen and blood vessels begin to grow after three to six weeks, and reduction of fine lines and wrinkles and volume correction happens over the next three to six months.

PRP Facial with Microneedling

The Platelet Rich Plasma Facial combines Microneedling with PRP. This dynamic combination jumpstarts the body’s healing response for even more dramatic results in less time. The PRP can be injected as a filler or applied topically, and then the areas of concern, or the entire face and neck, are treated with the microneedling device to push the PRP deeper into the skin. This accelerates the healing process and results are typically more optimal and longer lasting than with PRP alone.