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PRP Facial

What is PRP - Platelet Rich Plasma?

PRP improves your overall skin texture, decreases the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles around the mouth and eyes, and plumps hollowing areas such as tear trough grooves, cheeks, and temples. PRP can also help smooth both acne and surgical scars. PRP’s essential chemical components aid in stimulating collagen growth. It helps the body create new elastin and collagen while improving your skin's texture and tone.

The PRP Facial uses your own blood platelets and plasma. The PRP Facial process begins with drawing your blood and using a centrifuge to separate the red cells. The remaining platelet-rich plasma is used in the facial process where it is micro-needled into the skin. Once the plasma is in the skin, it will begin to rejuvenate and tighten wrinkled areas and smoothe the overall look of your skin.

What is the PRP Facial process?

PRP is a 3-step procedure that involves drawing your blood, placing it into a machine that separates the platelets from the rest of your blood, and re-injecting or applying the blood topically the blood that contains a high concentration of platelets into the patient's face.

A medical team member will draw your blood and place it in a centrifuge to isolate plasma and platelets from red cells. The red cells are not used in the procedure. This protein-rich plasma is what helps stimulate collagen production when infused into the skin of your face.

We use a topical cream to numb your skin for about 20 minutes prior to treatment. The plasma is spread over the face then microneedling is performed.