PRP Plus for Skin is an enhanced version of a PRP treatment that incorporates Microneedling. First, a small vial of blood is drawn and centrifuged. Then, the growth factors and healing cells (platelets) in the blood are separated and injected into the skin, followed by Microneedling. By harvesting the self-healing powers of the body, this treatment provides a natural, long-term solution to dull, dry, wrinkled, scarred, discolored or sun-damaged skin.



PRP Plus has the benefits of both a Microneedling treatment and a PRP injection. As a result, it boosts the production of collagen and elastin while using your body’s own growth factors to promote healing. When applied, PRP Plus can help rejuvenate and repair the skin. This treatment is ideal for people suffering from lines and wrinkles as well as dull, rough, or sun-damaged skin. It also helps remove acne scars, stretch marks and dark circles around the eyes.
Some results may be visible within weeks of treatment, but several treatments may be needed for best results. The optimal results of PRP Plus are usually seen 3 to 6 months post procedure.
The results of PRP Plus are permanent in many cases. It is important to get follow-up treatments to get effective and long-lasting results.
PRP Plus is ideal for men and women who suffer from skin damage, wrinkles, and scars. Instead of covering the symptoms, PRP Plus treats the skin problems at their very core. It is the ideal solution for those who want naturally young and healthy skin.
This treatment requires drawing a small amount of blood. The extracted PRP solution is then injected into the skin or applied topically after a Microneedling treatment. Topical anesthesia may be used to numb the skin before these superficial injections are performed.
Redness and minor irritation may last for a few hours to a few days after treatment.
As a minimally-invasive non-surgical treatment, PRP Plus for Skin is very safe and typically has few-to-no side effects. The most common side effect is minor redness and irritation of the skin, which usually resolves on its own within days after the treatment. Since the PRP is derived from your own body, the risk of allergic reaction is low.
PRP Plus treatment is autologous, which means that it contains substances that come directly from your own body. This reduces the risks for an allergic reaction to a foreign substance. PRP Plus treatment may cause redness and minor irritation of the treated area. In rare cases bruising may occur. These side effects are generally short-lived. Call us for more information about the safety of PRP Plus.
Do not get a PRP Plus treatment if you have active acne, sun-burn, cold sores or infection in the treatment area. Do not get PRP Plus treatment if you are pregnant or nursing or have eczema, hemophilia, a bleeding disorder, psoriasis, keloidal tendency, cancer or an autoimmune disease. Call us for more information about contraindications of PRP Plus.
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