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MICRONEEDLING

MICRONEEDLING

WITH PRP OR HYALURONIC ACID

THE FACTS: Injectable dermal fillers are gel-like substances injected underneath your skin to change its appearance. They’re a popular and minimally invasive treatment for wrinkles. As you age, skin that sags or wrinkles can be caused by the loss of fat and proteins in the skin layer. Injectables can’t permanently replace lost fat and proteins, but they can mimic your skin’s original structure.

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Revitalize your skin with the power of Microneedling, enhanced by the regenerative benefits of PRP or the hydrating touch of Hyaluronic Acid. Unlock a radiant complexion and reduce fine lines and wrinkles. Ready to transform your skin? Schedule your Microneedling with PRP or Hyaluronic Acid consultation today and seize the oportunity of radiant skin!

WHAT IS MICRONEEDLING + PRP?

People may consider having microneedling with PRP if they want to treat certain marks or blemishes on the body or face for cosmetic reasons. Practitioners may use microneedling with PRP to treat:

  • acne scars

  • surgical scars

  • wrinkles and fine lines

  • hyperpigmentation

  • sun damage

  • large pores

  • uneven skin texture

The addition of PRP to microneedling may speed up the healing process and stimulate skin renewal, potentially producing better results than microneedling alone.

The addition of PRP from the blood may make microneedling more effective. The liquid in the blood is plasma, while platelets are solid. Platelets help blood clot, vital for healing wounds and injuries. PRP is plasma in which the concentration of platelets is higher than that of other blood components.

BENEFITS:

People may consider having microneedling with PRP if they want to treat certain marks or blemishes on the body or face for cosmetic reasons. Practitioners may use microneedling with PRP to treat:

  • acne scars

  • surgical scars

  • wrinkles and fine lines

  • hyperpigmentation

  • sun damage

  • large pores

  • uneven skin texture


The addition of PRP to microneedling may speed up the healing process and stimulate skin renewal, potentially producing better results than microneedling alone.

WHO IS A GOOD CANDIDATE?

Individuals in the early stages of hair loss or those with thinning hair are often good candidates for PRP. It is effective in stimulating hair follicles that are still active but may need rejuvenation. 

 

Those with overall hair thinning rather than complete baldness may see improvement with PRP. It can enhance the thickness and quality of existing hair. 

 

Patients with areas on the scalp where functioning hair follicles can still be observed, albeit with reduced growth, may find success with PRP treatments.

BEFORE YOUR APPOINTMENT:

You will want to refrain from using abrasive skincare products, such as retinol, exfoliants, topical antibiotics, and acids, for at least 48 hours before microneedling. It is crucial to avoid harmful UV rays exposure from direct sunlight and tanning beds for the five days before your treatment.

 

AFTERMATH:

Swelling is typical up to 48 hours after the procedure. Flaking or peeling after microneedling is also relatively common. Other side effects, like bumps, breakouts, and dry skin, are common after microneedling — but not everyone will experience them. Stay out of the sun.

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