PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) therapy is a popular treatment in medical aesthetics that involves using your own blood to promote skin rejuvenation and improve the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and other signs of aging.
common uses of PRP in medical aesthetics:
Facial rejuvenation: PRP therapy can be used to promote collagen production and improve skin texture and tone, reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Hair restoration: PRP therapy can be used to promote hair growth and improve hair density in patients with thinning hair or hair loss.
Scar reduction: PRP therapy can be used to improve the appearance of scars by stimulating collagen production and promoting skin regeneration.
Skin resurfacing: PRP therapy can be used to improve skin texture and tone, reducing the appearance of acne scars, sun damage, and other skin imperfections.
How is the procedure done?
During PRP therapy for medical aesthetics, a small sample of the patient's blood is drawn and processed to concentrate the platelets. The PRP solution is then injected into the target area or applied topically during a micro-needling treatment. The growth factors in the platelets stimulate collagen production and promote tissue regeneration, ultimately improving the appearance of the skin or hair.