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PRP Facials

PRP Facials

You can embrace the aging process lithely and still have a refreshed, healthy appearance that looks natural. Advancements in anti-aging techniques have allowed for patients to restore their natural youthful appearance, without undergoing a surgical procedure resulting in looking overdone, over-plumped or frozen.

A PRP (platelet rich plasma) Facial is the most natural way to restore your appearance.  As it rejuvenates skin by utilizing cells naturally produced by the body to:

PRP Facial

♦ Tighten and tone skin

♦ Improve skin’s texture

♦ Restore volume loss

♦ Crow’s feet and dark under eye circles

♦ Acne scarring

♦ Rosacea

Platelets are small cells that circulate through the bloodstream and are responsible for stimulating the body’s healing response.  When injured, platelets are sent to the damaged area where they release proteins and a multitude of specialized growth factors.  These growth factors stimulate the repair and growth of new tissue.

Platelet rich plasma (PRP) is attained by drawing a small sample of the patient’s blood from the arm.  Platelets are then separated from other cells found in the blood (white blood cells, red blood cells) by our in office centrifuge. This process increases the concentration of platelets in plasma.

When PRP is delivered to targeted areas of face, it improves your overall appearance, rejuvenating the face from the inside out.  As growth factors from the platelets stimulate the natural production of collagen, hyaluronic acid and elastin fibers.  Damaged tissue from extrinsic aging factors are also repaired, promoting blood supply to the area and increasing skin’s thickness.  PRP is able to soften lines and plump areas that fillers such as Restylane and Juvederm can not.  Altogether, PRP facials provide an overall rejuvenation, naturally restoring volume loss, tightening skin, smoothing lines and wrinkles, and improving skin tone and texture.

There’s a reason Bar Refaeli and Kim Kardashian are loving this treatment!

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