PRP IS A MUST IF YOU WISH TO STAY YOUNG!
Its already taking the wound-healing world by storm and its becoming one of our most requested beauty procedures here at Pelle Medical Spa.
The platelets in the PRP injections contains growth factors, which are known to stimulate the skin cells and trigger the production of new skin tissue. Production of new skin also means production of new collagen which greatly improves the skin appearance in that and surrounding areas making it appear more vibrant and soft.
With PRP being a fast-action procedure, you’ll see results with just 2-3 treatments — in a month’s time.
What is PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) Or the PRP Facelift Procedure:
- Blood is drawn from the patient
- It is centrifuged in the office
- PRP is injected into the skin
Plasma Facial Procedure
- Micro-needling is performed to stimulate collagen growth and allow the PRP to penetrate further into the skin layers
- Blood is drawn from the patient’s arm
- Lood is centrifuged in the office
- PRP is applied topically to the face
PRP for treatment of Wrinkles
The platelets and serum injected through a PRP procedure triggers a false “healing” signal to the skin indicating it’s time to repair and thus starts to repair the “collagen production” which ferociously produce new layers of skin tissue.
PRP for Treatment Under the Eyes
Fortunately, one of the most effective treatments for eye bags or “puffiness” is PRP Injections.
How Can PRP Treatments Help?
Platelets contain growth hormones. The way it causes growth is by actually increasing the cells’ metabolism. When applied to the area around your eyes, the tissue under your eyes gets more than enough blood and nutrients for its active metabolism and growth. This helps it regain the lost elasticity. Plus the increase in metabolism actually burns more fat that’s accumulated under your eyes.
And it’s completely natural and doesn’t look artificial.
PRP for Dull Skin
Every 28 days new skin cells replace the old ones, but due to aging, this turnaround gets longer and longer.
Both invasive and non-invasive PRP treatments can play big role in reducing the turnover rate of your skin cells. Since PRP contain all the growth hormones that trigger Tissue regeneration, Collagen production and Cell differentiation, it’s a perfect “dull skin killer.” 2-3 treatments from a qualified PRP treatment provider can shorten your turnover rate to return back to 28 days, thus making your skin looking visibly younger and natural.
PRP w Microneedling
What is Microneedling?
Also referred to as skin needling or collagen induction therapy, micro-needling is a minimally invasive skin rejuvenation procedure that uses fine needles to improve the overall appearance, texture, and health of the skin.
During treatment, small needles attached to a micro-needling applicator are passed over the treatment area. These needles create small micro-channels within the skin. While the injuries these needles cause are significant enough to stimulate the body’s natural healing process, they are small enough that they do not leave visible scars or bring extensive downtime.
This treatment can be used to correct:
- Photoaged skin
- Skin laxity
- Stretch marks
How Can These Two Treatments Benefit Each Other?
When used together, micro-needling and PRP combine into a treatment that is more effective than either on its own. During a combination micro-needling and PRP procedure, micro-needling is performed on the treatment area. Once this is complete, PRP is either applied topically or injected into the skin. Because micro-needling opens up channels deep within the skin, the PRP is more easily absorbed by its deepest, foundational layers, stimulating healing and regeneration there. And because PRP contains hundreds of healing growth factors, the amount of time it takes for micro-needling channels to heal completely is dramatically reduced.