How To Stimulate Your Skin With PRP Therapy 

Skin Rejuvenation through Nature and PRP

Although The Fountain of Youth is yet to be discovered, aesthetic rejuvenation has developed enough for us to forget all about myths and folklore. It goes without saying that many of us strive to keep our skin looking youthful and healthy. One of the most effective ways to reach this goal is through PRP therapy. You might’ve heard of procedures like the platelet-rich plasma facial or the Vampire Facelift™, but let’s dig a little deeper inside the PRP craze.

Defining PRP Therapy

Our blood consists of a few main components, one of them being platelets. These formed elements, widely known as thrombocytes, have growth healing functions and are used as part of PRP therapy. During the process of the therapy, platelet-rich plasma is carefully injected into parts of the skin you’re treating.

Some of the most common benefits of these treatments are:

  • Stimulation of collagen;
  • Stimulation of elastin;
  • Reduced scars and spots;
  • Healthier-looking skin.

Combined, these benefits give the best results when it comes to the stimulation of your skin. Luckily, modern days have brought us treatments using PRP therapy – nowadays available worldwide.

PRP Facials

This PRP face treatment, also known as the Vampire Facial™, is a multi-step procedure meant to stimulate and rejuvenate the face. During the facial, a trained professional takes a single tube of your own blood and extracts platelet-rich plasma through a centrifuge process. Afterward, by using micro-needling, the plasma is infused into the skin, causing the stimulation of collagen.

PRP treatment for Skin Rejuvenation

The plasma facial can benefit your skin in many ways and if you decide to undergo the procedure, some of the PRP facial results are:

  • Tightening of the skin;
  • Reduced sun damages;
  • Minimized pores;
  • Minimized fine lines;
  • Stimulated growth factors.

If you’re looking for a completely safe and natural way to stimulate your skin – this facial might be the answer. The results of the procedure can last up to 18 months and the PRP facial cost, depending on where you get it, can be anywhere around $1,300.

PRP Facelift/ Vampire Facelift™

Similar to the facial, the PRP facelift includes a few more elements as part of their procedure. Also known as the Vampire Facelift™, this treatment involves the extraction of platelets, but instead of micro-needling, both platelets and hyaluronic acid fillers are injected into the skin.

Instead of going under the knife via surgery, the PRP facelift gives similar but more natural results. Additionally, there are a few different results you can get from this treatment, that you don’t see with the PRP facial results, some of them being:

  • Reduced acne scars;
  • Reduced wrinkles;
  • Plump skin.

There are after-care instructions that help you reach the results of the treatment. The PRP facelift costs anywhere between $1,500 and $2,500.

Which Skin Treatment Will Best Suit You

Both the platelet-rich plasma facial and facelift are effective ways to stimulate and rejuvenate your skin. The two PRP face treatments use growth factors to improve the state of your skin.

PRP facelift is recommended for individuals wanting to make skin corrections that are the result of aging, while plasma facial is a treatment that’s open for anyone who desires healthier skin. Even though some of the PRP facial results are quite similar to the ones of the facelift treatment –  there are some extra elements when it comes to the second rejuvenation process. If we take affordability into account, the PRP facial cost is significantly less than the facelift. Both of them are investments into your skin health, but you should always consider what are your priorities before undergoing any treatment.

The bottom line

PRP treatments are a highly safe, healthy, and tested way of stimulating your skin. Until we find The Fountain of Youth, PRP is our only way of getting that youthful glow!

Dr. Carol Eisenstat

Dr. Carol Eisenstat

is a highly trained and skilled board-certified anesthesiologist with a passion for facial aesthetics. She completed an accelerated 7-year combined Bachelor of Science – Medical Doctor program from CUNY – Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education and SUNY-Stony Brook University. Her education was achieved with high honors and she graduated with Magna Cum Laude distinction.

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