PRP Injections

PRP, or platelet-rich plasma, is an organic substance that exists in every person's blood. The growth factors contained in platelet-rich plasma are involved in almost every regenerative process in the body. They provide essential proteins, electrolytes, hormones, and other nutrients to the skin. Proteins are integral to the formation of fibrin polymer which lays a strong foundation for firm, youthful tissue. Platelets within the plasma naturally respond to injuries in the body, prompting accelerated tissueThe, which makes it safe and convenient.

PRP is obtained through a simple blood draw and centrifuge (spinning) process. Centrifugation of the blood separates nutrient-rich platelets from red blood cells and other product.

The Treatment

PRP treatment with injections takes only slightly longer than an average injectable treatment. We begin with a standard blood draw. A topical numbing cream or numbing injections are used to the treatment area while blood is processed in the centrifuge.  After facial analysis, the treatment areas are marked. The entire process is typically complete within 15 to 20 minutes.


PRP injections work beneath the surface to restructure the collagen matrix in superficial tissue, so results from injections become more noticeable after a few weeks.

  • Smoother texture due to improved collagen formation.
  • More radiance due to new blood vessel formation.
  • Fresher, younger-looking skin due to the influx of vital nutrients.
  • Safe for all skin types and tones.
  • Significant reduction in potential for side effects such as allergic response, because your own blood is being used

Risks: infection, lack of a robust noticeable aesthetic result

Things to Keep in Mind for your Appointment

Drink plenty of water. This makes drawing your blood easier

Results take time: because we are relying on your body’s own healing abilities

Results are more subtle than what you may be used to with dermal fillers. 

2-3 treatments are recommended for best outcomes (especially if you are new to aesthetic treatments)


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