PRP Treatments

PRP Treatments

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From Vampire Facials to Under-Eye PRP, your very own platelet-rich plasma is applied to the skin in this non-invasive procedure. This triggers cell turnover and boosts the production of collagen and elastin, resulting in a firmer, tighter, and more supple complexion. Great for improving dark under-eye circles and acne scars, fading hyperpigmentation, and evening-out skin tones to make skin appear tighter and smoother.

PRP Treatments | Trusted Care Aesthetics | Ft. Pierce | Florida

*PRP for Microneedling:

Also known as the Vampire Facial, PRP is placed on the skin after the microneedling and worked into the skin to help with healing, collagen production, and glowing skin.

 

*PRP for Injecting:

PRP can be used under the eyes to help with dark circles and to fill volume loss under the eyes. It can also be used mixed in with dermal fillers for injection into the cheeks, eyebrows, and other zones of the face where “lift” is needed.

PRP Treatments | Trusted Care Aesthetics | Ft. Pierce | Florida

PRP Treatments

by Trusted Care Aesthetics

 

From Vampire Facials to Under-Eye PRP, your very own platelet-rich plasma is applied to the skin in this non-invasive procedure. This triggers cell turnover and boosts the production of collagen and elastin, resulting in a firmer, tighter, and more supple complexion. Great for improving dark under-eye circles and acne scars, fading hyperpigmentation, and evening-out skin tones to make skin appear tighter and smoother.

*PRP for Microneedling: Also known as the Vampire Facial, PRP is placed on the skin after the microneedling and worked into the skin to help with healing, collagen production, and glowing skin.

*PRP for Injecting: PRP can be used under the eyes to help with dark circles and to fill volume loss under the eyes. It can also be used mixed in with dermal fillers for injection into the cheeks, eyebrows, and other zones of the face where “lift” is needed.

PRP Treatments

by Trusted Care Aesthetics

 

From Vampire Facials to Under-Eye PRP, your very own platelet-rich plasma is applied to the skin in this non-invasive procedure. This triggers cell turnover and boosts the production of collagen and elastin, resulting in a firmer, tighter, and more supple complexion. Great for improving dark under-eye circles and acne scars, fading hyperpigmentation, and evening-out skin tones to make skin appear tighter and smoother.

*PRP for Microneedling: Also known as the Vampire Facial, PRP is placed on the skin after the microneedling and worked into the skin to help with healing, collagen production, and glowing skin.

*PRP for Injecting: PRP can be used under the eyes to help with dark circles and to fill volume loss under the eyes. It can also be used mixed in with dermal fillers for injection into the cheeks, eyebrows, and other zones of the face where “lift” is needed.

Frequently asked questions

What is Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)?

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is an injectable treatment where a patient’s own blood is used. The blood is drawn into a tube and then put into a centrifuge, where its different components, one being PRP, are separated. PRP contains healing growth factors that give instruction to your tissues to regenerate and multiply.

What does PRP treat and where can it be used?

PRP can be used to treat hair loss, fine lines, and wrinkles, skin laxity, as well as skin texture and tone. PRP can also be used to treat dark under-eye circles with a series of treatments.

How is PRP used to treat skin concerns?

There are several ways PRP can be used to treat skin concerns. It can be massaged into the skin after an RF microneedling treatment to help expedite the healing process of tissues. RF microneedling with PRP also addresses uneven skin tone/texture, large pores, facial laxity, and fine lines, and wrinkles.

  • PRP can also be injected into the skin with dermal fillers or by itself. When injected into the wrinkles, PRP stimulates the production of collagen.
How does PRP work for hair loss?

The platelets are a component of blood that is extracted into more concentrated platelets to inject into the targeted area to accelerate healing. When using PRP injections for your hair it can increase blood circulation to stimulate hair growth and increase the thickness of the hair shaft.

How long will it take until I see results after my PRP treatment?

Patients can notice results after just 3 to 5 treatments. However, it may take up to a year to see the most optimal results. It is recommended to space out your treatments 1 month apart.

How long will the PRP for my hair last?

Results of PRP will vary depending on the patient’s condition and results of initial treatment. It is suggested to have maintenance injections every 3 to 6 months once hair loss is contained.