Microneedling With PRP

Microneedling With PRP

Microneedling with PRP

Microneedling with PRP is a cosmetic procedure that stimulates collagen development by rolling fine needles over the skin and adding one of the blood components, platelets.

Microneedling could be more successful with the addition of PRP from the blood. Although platelets are solid, the liquid in the blood is plasma. Blood clotting is supported by platelets, so they are important for wounds and injuries to heal. PRP is a plasma in which the platelet content is greater than that of other blood components.

What Does
It Help With?

Clients can choose to treat marks or blemishes on the body or face for cosmetic purposes.  Microneedling with PRP can be used by physicians to treat:

  • Scars caused by acne or surgery  
  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Hyperpigmentation
  • Harm from the sun
  • Large pores
  • Uneven skin texture 

The addition of PRP to microneedling can speed up healing and stimulate skin regeneration, probably producing better results than microneedling alone.

How the Microneedling with PRP Procedure is Performed?

A detailed examination of your health and skin vitality is performed before you undergo microneedling with PRP. This process begins with the selection of PRP. This procedure starts with a blood draw. Your skin is checked to ensure the treatment is the correct one for you, and your blood is analyzed. The blood sample is put in platelet-rich centrifugal plasma (PRP) concentration that isolates the platelets. These platelets are packed with growth factors that can repair and rejuvenate them. The PRP is then inserted into a serum applicant and reserved.

The skin is prepared for the microneedling system. This instrument produces small holes in the skin's top layer, which absorb pores for PRP concentrates. The patient's skin is cleaned. The skin may be affected by a local anesthetic if needed. PRP's concentration is used around the face (skin) to minimize irritation when the operation is over.

Traditional facial treatments with platelet-rich plasma (PRP) only focus on applying the plasma on top of the skin then microneedling on top. However, at MedSpa, the PRP is also injected directly into the skin by our nurse practitioner to further help acne scars and marks. Afterward, the microneedling device is then passed over the skin This provides much better outcomes and helps your skin glow to its fullest potential.


What is the Difference Between Microneedling and Microneedling With PRP?

A useful supplement to improve regenerative effects could be the addition of Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) in the microneedling. It is a cosmetic treatment that stimulates the development of collagen with thin needles rolling over the skin and platelets, one of the blood's components.

Using PRP following microneedling will boost the patient's outcomes because PRP contains proteins, including growth factors and cytokines. These proteins help to rebuild the skin's tissue.