PRP Skin RestorationELEGANCE MEDICAL AESTHETICS
What can I expect at my PRP facial treatment?
Upon arrival, your face will be cleansed of any makeup or environmental debris. Next, a topical numbing agent will be applied to the face. During this time, a small blood sample will be taken by our on-site physician (just as it would in routine blood work). Over the next 10-15 minutes, our technician puts the blood sample into a machine that separates the PRP from your red blood cells. Fun fact: the colour of PRP is golden in colour, not red like blood is. Once the PRP is obtained, your numbing cream will be removed and the technician will begin microneedling the area of concern with your PRP used as the serum.
After the treatment is completed, the rest of your PRP is used to create a mask on the skin which is recommended to be left on for a few hours after you have left. (Plan to have the night off to relax in order to keep the PRP on the skin for as long as possible for even more benefits). The next day your skin will appear pink in colour, such as it would after some sun exposure and this redness will subside completely by 24-36 hours.
What areas can be treated with PRP microneedling?
PRP is used for the treatment of thinning hair as well. See our Hair Restoration page.
How is the PRP delivered into my skin?
The PRP is used as a serum which is applied to the face and micro-needled into the skin. We use the Health Canada approved Eclipse Microneedling Pen which creates small injuries to the skin into order to deliver PRP or Hyaluronic acid into the dermal level.
How many treatments do I require?
How soon will I see results and how long do the results last?
You will notice results within two weeks and optimal results within the first full skin cycle (around 30 days). Improvements continue to be seen in the months afterward as the skin continues to turnover and the results are permanent unless new trauma to the skin (acne, scarring, etc) occurs thereafter.
What results can be expected with PRP microneedling?
PRP is also used to treat thinning hair (See our Hair Restoration page).