How PRP Works
Our blood contains plasma that contains platelets. Those platelets contain dozens of growth factors, and these growth factors are what are responsible for invigorating the skin during a PRP treatment.
When introduced to the skin, growth factors trigger cell renewal and collagen production, which is how the treatment works to restore the skin in various areas including the neck, décolletage, cheeks, hands, and around the eyes. PRP is also effective for hair restoration.
The growth factors that are found within PRP kick-start cell renewal and collagen production, which eventually results in skin that is firmer, smoother, healthier, and more youthful-looking. This makes PRP an excellent addition to treatments such as microneedling, as well as infusion into many areas of the body.