Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Facial Treatment
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Facial Treatment is a popular skin rejuvenating treatment. This procedure has garnered much media attention because of its popularity with movie stars and celebrities when they needle to dazzle on the red carpet. In fact, the PRP facial can be a great way to look your best for any major event or just to improve your skin overall.
What is it?
PRP is a regenerative therapy which simply uses a single ingredient; the client's own blood. plates are ting blood cells which play a crucial part in helping the body to stop bleeding, as well as repairing damaged blood vessels and cells. You coud think of them as little powerhouse, which release proteins for growth when in contact with the body's tissue.
In PRP, a needle is used to draw blood from the client's arm. The blood is spun in a centrifuge machine to remove the platelets. The plasma from the blood is extracted, and applied to the client's face, using a microneedling procedure to rejuvenate the skin.
What to expect:
You will begin with a consultation with our medical doctor to determine the indications you have for treatment. The procedure will be fully explained and we will answer any questions you may have.
Your treatment will take approximately 90 minutes, we begin by offering a light chemical peel, then applying a local anesthetic cream over the treatment area for your comfort. We will yhrn take a small blood sample from yur arm, the sample is then placed in the centrifuge machine, which spins and separates the blood from the plasma and platelets from the blood.
The PRP (platelet rich plasma) is then spread over the skin using microneedling device, create 'microchannels" on the top layers of the skin, this creates a look of glow and luster to the skin, which is unique to platelet rich plasma. We then complete the treatment with a medical grade peptide post procedure cryo mask to speed up the recovery.
the benefits of this treatment can be appreciated in as soon as one week. The skin will continue to improve over several weeks and the benefits can last for months. We recommend a series of 3-4 treatments 4-6 weeks apart.
Is it safe?
PRP has a proven track record that spans many years of its use in other areas of medicine. For instance, PRP has been used medically in the past to aid in accelerating the healing process for various wounds, tendon damage, ligament damage, and joint damage. PRP has also been known to aid in helping to heal ulcers in diabetic patients.