If you are looking for a healthy and effective way to remove acne scars and sun spots, or you simply want to rejuvenate and tighten your facial skin, microneedling with PRP recovery treatments will do wonders for your new look.
Microneedling is a collagen induction type of therapy that uses a special electronic device to create many tiny pinholes in your skin (only in the top layer) and activate chemicals beneath the surface of your skin. This stimulates the regrowth and expansion of collagen in the skin, as well many other healthy cells. These holes are essentially making your skin think it is being damaged, which triggers the production of new collagen cells, thus helping with the rejuvenation process and removal of: acne scars sunspots melasma wrinkles stretch marks
PRP therapy, or Platelet Rich Plasma therapy, is (alongside microneedling) one of the most effective skin rejuvenation methods that has become extremely popular over the past couple of years. It works like this: small amounts of concentrated plasma from your blood are inserted into your skin via several small injections around your face, which then stimulates rapid skin repair and induces further collagen replacement. To achieve even greater, quicker and more conspicuous results, the PRP therapy is often combined with microneedling.
The effect of PRP is even more powerful when it is combined with the process of microneedling (and vice versa) because those tiny pinholes allow the platelets to reach even deeper parts of your skin.
Here are 6 main benefits of the microneedling with PRP recovery treatment:
It Repairs Damaged Skin
Short Recovery Period with Almost No Downtime
Your Skin Practically Heals Itself
Almost Completely Painless
Long Lasting Effects
Our blood contains our own perfect, healing growth factors embedded in our plasma. Believe it or not, our growth factors may be the answer to many common issues. Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) has been used successfully for decades in orthopedic medicine to heal soft-tissue injuries at a faster rate. In addition to the field of orthopedic medicine, PRP has proved to be effective in the aesthetic arena as well. Since PRP procedures are from one’s own natural tissue, it is extremely rare for an individual to have an adverse effect.
The PRP procedure requires a small sample of blood to be collected from an individual into a glass tube such as in your doctor’s office when labs are being drawn. The tube is then spun in a centrifuge for a few minutes to separate the red blood cells, white blood cells, and (PRP) platelet rich plasma. This is the ideal procedure for those with sensitive skin and allergies since adverse effects are usually non-existent with PRP Several different procedures can be done with the client’s PRP.
It can be injected into the scalp to regenerate hair growth, microneedled into the skin using a skin pen for skin tightening and skin texture/tone improvement, and injected into the vagina to help with stress incontinence. One will need 3 to 6 treatments when using PRP to regenerate hair growth.
The procedure dramatically improves the appearance of dull and uneven skin tone and texture, fine lines and wrinkles, dark spots and sun damage, discoloration, large pores, and skin roughness. This a medical-grade blended chemical peel that features “layered technology”: the active ingredients work together, additively, and synergistically to potentiate each other–optimizing the results.
Specifically formulated to rejuvenate aging skin and improve hyperpigmetation
Soften fine lines and wrinkles
Restore a more even skin tone
Smooths away roughskin texture
Salicylic Acid: breaks down dead skin cells, exfoliates, lightens discolorations
Glycolic Acid: sugar can/grapes-exfoliates, promotes new collagen growth
Lactic Acid: sour mild – gentle glycolic acid, skin brightener, exfoliant, hydrator
Mandelic Acid: bitter almonds – exfoliant, potentiates salicylic acid, reduces inflammation and redness
Tartaric Acid: white grapes, apples, pears – exfoliator, potentiates all of the above, tones skin
Resorcinol: removes rough, scaley skin so that better healing can occur
Pyruvic Acid: grapes, honey, apples, vinegar – skin brightener, potentiator, medium strength chemical peeling agent, promotes collagen growth
Azelaic Acid: wheat, barley, rye – skin brightener, moisturizer
Retinol: increases cell turnover, reduces melanin/pigment accumulations
Antioxidants: Green Tea, Reservetrol, Cucumber Extract, Bisabolol – soothes, calms, hydrates skin cells
With warmer weather just around the corner, now is the perfect time to shed those winter skin woes and kick off spring with a fresh, healthy glow!