What is PRP Therapy?

Are you looking for a safe, natural way to revive your dull, aging skin?  PRP therapy may be the answer for you.   PRP therapy is a minimally invasive procedure that can restore the health and beauty of your skin.  But what exactly is PRP therapy? 

What Is PRP?

PRP (Platelet-rich plasma) is plasma that contains a very high concentration of platelets.   Plasma is the liquid part of the blood, while platelets are blood cells that promote the body’s natural healing process and support the formation of blood clots.  

What Is PRP Therapy?

PRP therapy is a procedure in which injections of a patient’s platelets are used to treat joint pain and injuries to the tendons, ligaments, and muscles.  However, PRP therapy is increasingly being used in the field of aesthetics for facial rejuvenation.  

PRP therapy is safe and natural, and since PRP is taken from the patient’s blood, there is little chance of an allergic reaction. 

How Facial Rejuvenation Using PRP Works?

A small sample of blood is drawn from the patient’s arm and spun at high speed in a centrifuge to separate the plasma from the rest of the blood. 

When used for facial rejuvenation, PRP can be applied topically either alone or in combination with other facial procedures such as microneedling or laser skin resurfacing.   PRP can also be injected into the deeper layers of the skin to restore volume.

Benefits Of PRP For Facial Rejuvenation

When PRP is injected into the skin, the growth factors regenerate tissue and help build natural collagen, which makes the skin smoother and tighter.  

Other benefits:

  • Softens fine lines and wrinkles
  • Reduces enlarged pores
  • Tightens and tones the skin
  • Restores volume
  • Minimizes acne scars

PRP therapy is a safe, effective option for men and women that would like to address skin damage, and boost their skin’s natural radiance.  

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