October 16, 2014

Micro-needling and Plasma Rich Protein (PRP)

Collagen Induction Therapy using Micro-needles is an excellent treatment alternative to Laser treatments with less down time.

Discover the latest technology in micro-needling with an advanced natural growth factor to help tackle the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, acne scars,  and reduce pore size to reveal beautiful, radiant skin.

The Benefits of Growth Factor

Your skin is constantly being exposed to damaging factors like the sun and natural collagen loss.  The body naturally heals the skin by creating a family of peptides and proteins called “Growth Factors.”  Through the normal aging process, the natural growth factor levels in your body decrease.  To help supplement this decreased level, you can now introduce topical growth factors back using Clinical Resolutions Intensive Serum, Peptides, and essential vitamins coupled with the pen.  Micro channels deposit the growth factors beneath the skin to stimulate collagen, elastins and  fibroblast creating new skin cells and breaking down scar tissue, enlarged pores and aged skin.

Benefits of Plasma Rich Protein (PRP)

Microneedling with PRP is a cosmetic treatment that stimulates collagen production by rolling fine needles over the skin and applying platelets, which are one of the components of blood.

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

A practitioner will take a blood sample and then use a spinning tool called a centrifuge to separate the PRP from the rest of the blood.

PRP contains proteins, including growth factors and cytokines. These proteins help skin tissue repair itself.

First, a practitioner will inject PRP throughout the skin, then use a microneedling tool to infuse PRP  by a prick of the skin, making tiny holes in the skin’s surface to encourage collagen production and cell reproduction.

 

 

Wrinkle treatment

Dermapen before and after

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