Would you like to have glowing, beautiful, youthful skin? Microneedling is the answer. Microneedling is a popular skin treatment that treats a range of skin conditions, and increases collagen in the skin. However, many skin care professionals are now choosing to combine PRP with microneedling. But what are the benefits of PRP with microneedling.
Microneedling skin treatment
Microneedling (collagen induction therapy), is a minimally invasive skin rejuvenation treatment that improves skin tone and texture. Microneedling stimulates the production of collagen, which is an important protein that keeps the skin firm and youthful.
During microneedling, a special device with fine needles is used to create micro-injuries in the outer layer of the skin. These micro-channels trigger the skin’s natural repair process, resulting in the formation of new collagen and elastin. Microneedling treats skin issues such as fine lines, uneven texture, and acne scars, and increases the thickness of the skin.
PRP facial rejuvenation
PRP is prepared by drawing a sample of the patient’s blood. The blood is placed in a centrifuge and spun until the platelets are isolated. The PRP solution is then injected into the specific areas of concern on the face.
What are the benefits of PRP with my microneedling?
Combining PRP with microneedling enhances aesthetic outcomes, as the platelets contain growth factors that play a significant role in the body’s healing processes. When combined with microneedling, the growth factors in PRP enhance the regenerative benefits of microneedling.
PRP also increases collagen, so incorporating the two procedures has anti-aging benefits, as it boosts the skin’s natural repair process. Treatment leaves the skin smoother, softer, and more youthful.
Would you like to learn more about PRP with microneedling? Search our directory to find a practice in your area.
If you are in the greater Southwest Missouri area, Derma-Tech Medical Spa, Joplin, MO is our featured practice.
You can reach them at www.derma-tech.com, or by calling (417) 206-4884.