Advanced Skin Therapy of Smokey Point

PRP Facials & Facelifts

PRP Facials & Facelifts – what are these treatments and what is the difference between these two procedures?

Let’s explain by separating the two services for ease of understanding.

PRP Facial is very much like a microneedling facial/treatment with the exception being that we are using the PRP or Platelet Rich Plasma from your own blood as a serum to be infused into your skin as opposed to using a serum of hyaluronic acid.  While hyaluronic acid will infuse your skin with hydration during a microneedling treatment, platelets are the cells in your blood that help to heal and cause new cell growth.  Or said another way, platelets will generate new collagen, generate repair to your cells while stimulating new cell growth.  When you combine new collagen, new cellular growth and repair of cells, you will combat the cause of so much skin damage and aging over the years. PRP is often referred to as Liquid Gold!  PRP is also known as Regenerative Cell Therapy.

What is our skin goal as it pertains to all over skin rejuvenation?

The process… we will draw your blood from your arm, put it into a centrifuge and spin out the platelets.  From here, these platelets become the serum that will be microneedled into your skin.  This is a full face treatment.

PRP Face Lift – PRP is also known as Regenerative Cell Therapy

While many of us love to have a dermal filler injected into our face for lifting and filling in shallow lines, a PRP facelift takes this one step further.  A PRP Face Lift is an injection of dermal filler along with Platelet Rich Plasma or PRP.  As explained above, platelet rich plasma is about the creation of new collagen growth and repair of cellular damage while stimulating new cell growth.  This causes a rejuvenation of your skin that dermal filler alone cannot do. 

 

What is our skin goal as it pertains to all PRP Facelift?

The process… we will draw your blood from your arm, put it into a centrifuge and spin out the platelets.  First step in the process is to add dermal filler into all the trouble areas of your face. These are typically under the eyes, nasal labial folds, upper lip and chin or marionette lines. While the filler will provide some instant and visible results, it also becomes the “glue” to hold the platelets in place and the exosomes too if you choose them

Pricing

Facial PRP:  $600  3-Series: $1700 (save $100)

Facelift PRP and Dermal Filler:  $1200  2-Series: $2200 (save $200)