Microneedling with PRP

This minimally-invasive procedure involves the use of tiny needles that penetrate the skin thousands of times causing “micro-injuries”. This process induces a healing response in the skin. During this healing phase, new collagen and elastin proteins are produced which are responsible for keeping the skin firm and smooth. In addition, the micro-injuries act as little channels for better absorption of topical agents such as hyaluronic acid or platelet-rich plasma. This treatment is ideal for fine lines, scars, stretch marks and large pores.

Treatment Areas

How it Works?

Automated Micro-Needling (also known as collagen-induction therapy) involves the introduction of tiny needles into the upper layers of the skin, creating thousands of “micro-injuries”. The process invokes a dermal healing response causing new collagen and elastin protiens to form resulting in firmer, smoother, more supple texture. The micro-injuries also act as channels for topical agents to penetrate the skin deeper.

Adding PRP (Platelet-Rich-Plasma) to the treatment zone uses your body’s own growth factors and nutrients to aid in the healing response, boosting collagen production.

What to Expect

Micro-needling is a pain-free treatment that requires little – no downtime.

Mild redness may be seen for up to 24 hours following the procedure.

Recommended Sessions: 3-6 treatment sessions spaced 4-6 weeks apart for best results.

Treatment After Care: Keep Skin Hydrated and avoid direct sun exposure for up to 10 days. Daily application of SPF is recommended on an ongoing basis.

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