How Does Facial Rejuvenation with PRP Work?
The PRP from your blood contains red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets that contribute to essential growth functions and healing. To prep the PRP, a sample of your blood is run through a centrifuge to concentrate the platelets. The microneedling device creates hundreds of tiny holes in the skin through which the PRP is absorbed. You’ll likely need multiple sessions for optimal results, though you’ll see increased radiance immediately. Over time, the PRP stimulates collagen production, increases cell turnover, and spurs the growth of new blood vessels, resulting in even longer-term effects.
What are the Benefits of Facial Rejuvenation with PRP?
Overall Improvement of Skin Texture and Tone
Reduce Scarring (Including Acne Scars)
Tighten Lax Skin
Smooth Fine Lines
Minimize the Appearance of Pores