Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)?
When we add Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) to any applicable service, we speed-up recovery and healing time. So, what exactly is PRP and how does it help? First of all, it's completely natural, and 100% you! Your plasma contains all of the nutrients and healing factors that your skin and hair need to repair, and improve tissue circulation, collagen and elastin fibers, and stimulate hair growth. This means less down-time, and better results!
What to expect
Skin and hair restoration!
Before your treatment, you will receive a thorough analysis with the Aesthetic Nurse to determine if PRP treatments are right for you. Together, you will decide on a plan of action, and get started!
PRP starts with a blood-draw. After separating the red blood cells from the fluid (plasma) they travel in, your plasma is then applied topically and Microneedled, or injected under the skin.
Before & After
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3 Treatment for hair loss
Common questions about PRP.
Does the blood draw hurt at all?
It feels like a little pinch. The smallest needles are by the phlebotomist to do blood draw services, and shouldn't be uncomfortable. If you have any concerns, please speak with the nurse about them before your blood draw.
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Will my face be red after microneedling with PRP?
You skin will have a healthy glow, with no redness.
How long does the appointment take?
PRP sessions are a 15 minute adde-on to your usual service time.
Who cannot have PRP treatments?
Clients who are taking blood-thinning medications; have active infections; venous fibrosis; presnace of hematomas; have a vascualr shunt or graft; have the presance of a vascular access device; are under the care for cancer, or other health complicaitons; history of LOC with blood-draw; have been restricted in any way from blood-draws by a physician.
How many treatments will I need?
A minimum of 3 sessions is recommended with regular maintenance treatments giving the best outcome. The first series of services should be done 4 weeks apart with a maintenance schedule determined after that.