How does microneedling with PRF transform your skin?
You've started to take an interest in getting your skin to the next level. Maybe you've purchased a few products, started wearing sunscreen regularly and are even noticing some small changes. However, you are looking to continue to elevate your skin's appearance and prevent signs of aging. Say hello to microneedling with PRF!
Microneedling is a minimally invasive collagen induction treatment that provides big results with little downtime! Tiny needles are used to create controlled micro-injuries to the skin to stimulate rapid healing and collagen induction. It utilizes the body's own natural healing response to rejuvenate the areas targeted.
Ideal for almost all skin types, microneedling is the perfect investment in your skin and it's overall health. The best treatment for fine lines and wrinkles, acne scarring, texture concerns, pigmentation, uneven skin tone and dull looking skin-this treatment packs a lot of punch!
So why add on PRF?
PRF or platelet rich fibrin is an advanced generation PRP. A fibrin matrix that accelerates healing and promotes the release of growth factors. A completely natural, rejuvenated concept that originated in surgery for wound healing, it made it's way to the cosmetic world as word of its amazing healing powers spread!
Platelet rich fibrin is a treatment with many benefits and methods of delivery. Your provider will draw your blood and use technology to separate the larger red blood cells from the body's own healing properties such as fibrin, platelets, stem cells, growth factors and more! We extract this rejuvenating serum and microneedle it into the skin as well as place a layer on top for more absorption to maximize the benefits of both treatments.
The result? Less downtime, increased collagen induction and overall more glowy skin!
With less downtime then a chemical peel or other treatments, microneedling with PRF is a favorite among patients!
This treatment is completely natural, making it safe and effective for just about anyone! Always check with your provider to determine the best treatment for you.