PRP Facial

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About PRP • What is a PRP Facial • How We Get PRP • What Makes Us Better

The PRP Facial Process
We start by drawing 30-60 CCs of the patient’s blood. Then, while our Harvest® Platelet Concentrate System isolates the PRP, we apply a topical anesthetic
to the treatment areas.

Step 1 – PRP Injections
Platelet Rich Plasma is injected just under the surface of the skin of the face. A portion of the PRP is retained for topical application.

Step 2 – PRP Topical Application
The remaining Platelet Rich Plasma is applied directly to the entire face. This topical application remains on during Micro-Needling.

Step 3 – Micro-Needling Facial
With the PRP injections and topical application complete, a Micro-Needling facial is performed over the treated areas. Micro-needling allows the topical PRP to enter the skin, instead of just sitting on top.

After Micro-Needling
After Micro-Needling, we apply a HA5 Rejuvenating Hydrator that supports the skin’s natural ability to replenish its own hyaluronic acid for overall skin health. After treatment, patients can expect a  little swelling and redness for a few hours..

The day after treatment, minimal swelling may be present, but there is no downtime.

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