The Key to Health and Beauty in Your Own Blood
PRP Facials in Boston, MA
Your blood contains marvelous healing properties that can improve the appearance, texture, and youthful features of your face. By collecting platelet-rich plasma (PRP) from your bloodstream and reinjecting it into a targeted area, PRP facials revolutionize skin care and health for nearly unbelievable results.
At Regeneris Medspa & Cosmetic Surgery, we’re always on the lookout for the newest, most effective cosmetic treatments. PRP facials are cutting-edge and catching on in popularity without any sight of slowing. Without incisions, lasers, or great expense, you can take years off the appearance of your face with just your own biology.
How PRP Facials Work
Plasma is the liquid medium through which red and white blood cells travel in your veins. Platelets also ride on streams of plasma throughout your body, causing wounds to close and heal wherever they occur. Rich in protein and containing a potent healing factor, this platelet-rich plasma goes wherever your body tells it to. But by taking it out and reinjecting it (along with a topical solution), you can encourage targeted healing.
At Regeneris Medspa & Cosmetic Surgery, we’ll start by extracting a sample of blood. Then, we’ll put that blood into a centrifuge to separate the PRP from the blood cells. What remains is a condensed solution which is both reinjected into facial tissues and applied topically. Microneedling helps the PRP reach the deeper skin layers for a comprehensive, regenerative result. Better still, we may also recommend Cellu-lift cream for even stronger, longer lasting benefits.
The Benefits of PRP Facials
PRP facials offer incredible benefits by simply using your own biological materials. Aside from the obvious benefits when compared to more invasive or more tech-assisted procedures, PRP facials can also reduce or eliminate the following skin ailments:
Increased collagen production
Increased elastin production
Improved skin texture
More even complexion
Faster healing of new & old scars
Are You Eligible for PRP Facials?
Most healthy adults are eligible for PRP facials, however some exceptions do exist. Pregnant women, acne sufferers who recently used Accutane, and others may not experience the best results.
At Regeneris Medspa & Cosmetic Surgery, we’ll speak with you about your unique medical history. Afterwards, your personal care consultant will recommend a course of treatment that’s safe and effective for you. PRP facials are safe and effective for most, but at Regeneris Medspa & Cosmetic Surgery, we pride ourselves on only recommending the best procedures to suit your individual circumstances and desires.
PRP Facials FAQs
PRP facials are completely comfortable for the vast majority of patients. A topical numbing gel is applied before targeted injections begin. The microneedling process is also widely considered both comfortable and quick.
By combining targeted injections with microneedling, PRP facials produce results quickly. Most patients notice visible improvement within 2-3 weeks of the last appointment. For the best results, multiple appointments may be advisable. At Regeneris Medspa & Cosmetic Surgery, we’ll speak with you to determine the best course of treatment.
By combining two of the hottest cosmetic procedures on the market today (PRP + microneedling), the PRP facial process creates long-lasting results. Most patients notice an improvement lasting at least a year after the recommended number of treatments have been completed.
Schedule your PRP Facial Consultation
New cosmetic treatments can be intimidating, but by relying on your own biological material and combining it with time-tested procedures (such as microneedling), the PRP facial process is safe, effective, and can be accomplished on a lunch break.
During your consultation at Regeneris Medspa & Cosmetic Surgery in Boston, MA, we’ll speak with you about your goals, medical history, and expectations. To learn more about how PRP facials work, or to schedule your consultation, contact Regeneris Medspa & Cosmetic Surgery today.