Is your skin beginning to show signs of aging? There are a host of anti-aging procedures out there that you can try, but PRP procedures are quickly gaining popularity in cosmetics. PRP is a revolutionary technique that is widely used in medicine to promote the healing and renewal of tissue. It is now being utilized in cosmetics to heal the skin from within. But what areas can PRP rejuvenate.
PRP therapy is a procedure in which the body’s own plasma is used to stimulate cell growth and renewal. When used as a cosmetic treatment, PRP improves the quality of the skin, and is commonly used to rejuvenate the face.
The blood used for PRP is drawn in a routine manner, and then passed through a centrifuge to separate the platelets from the plasma. The platelet dense serum is injected into the targeted area using a thin needle, and the activated growth factors increase the production of healthy, new tissue.
What areas can PRP rejuvenate?
PRP is commonly used for facial rejuvenation. The PRP facial is a regenerative treatment that delivers growth factors to the skin, which speed up the body’s natural wound healing process. PRP also stimulates the production of collagen.
PRP fills in wrinkles and fine lines, improves skin tone and texture, and tightens the skin. It can also reduce the appearance of scars and restore volume to the face. When PRP is combined with microneedling it becomes even more powerful, and creates dramatic skin rejuvenation results.
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