Will PRP Facials Work Better For My Skin?

Would you like to transform the appearance of your skin, and minimize visible signs of aging such as wrinkles and fine lines? A PRP facial also known as a vampire face lift, may be the solution for you. However, since there are so many facial rejuvenation procedures to choose from, you may be wondering if PRP facials will work better for your skin.

What is PRP?

PRP or platelet-rich-plasma is a concentration of platelets from the blood that contain growth factors which can jumpstart tissue healing. It has been used for many years in orthopedic medicine because of its ability to initiate tissue regeneration, and accelerate healing.

What does a PRP Facial do?

A PRP facial, is a skin rejuvenation technique that utilizes platelets and plasma derived from the patient’s blood, to refresh and rejuvenate the face.

Will PRP Facials work better for my skin?

When PRP is injected into the skin it triggers the production of collagen. Collagen is an essential building block for the skin that makes it smoother and tighter.

A PRP facial also stimulates healthy new tissue which improves the tone and elasticity of the skin, resulting in firmer, thicker skin.

PRP uses your body’s own natural growth factors to stimulate collagen and tissue, so it is certainly better for your skin.

What happens during a PRP facial?

A sample of blood is taken from your arm. The blood is then spun in a centrifuge so as to separate the platelets from the rest of the blood. The PRP product is then injected into the targeted areas of the face.

Would you like to learn more about PRP facials?

If you are in the Toronto or Mississauga, ON areas, contact Skinatomy Laser Clinic for a consultation.

You can reach them at www.skinatomylaserclinic.com, or by calling (647) 492-3887 for the Toronto location, or (289) 512-0188 for the office in Mississauga.

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