PRP for Skin Rejuvenation Treatment Rancho Bernardo, San Diego
PRP Skin Rejuvenation is perfect for individuals searching for gradual but noticeable improvement in epidermis texture, color, and overall tone. With minimal or no downtime. The PRP Therapy does its magic, by improvement of pores, skin texture and tone and can end up being apparent within three weeks. Skin improvement proceeds for the following 8 weeks, as more collagen and keratin can be set under epidermis. Areas of treatment, consisting of the midface, cheeks, wrinkling around the eyes, smoker lines, nasolabial folds, jawline, neck and décolleté, upper and lower body, acne scars, and more.
Is PRP Treatment painful?
Numbing cream is generally applied to the treatment area for 25-30 minutes before the procedure, making the treatment more comfortable. Most patients report minimal discomfort.
How long will recovery take after PRP Therapy?
One of the advantages of PRP is, there is not much recovery time needed. Some redness and soreness, similar to a sunburn, may occur immediately following the treatment. Some patients may also experience bruising. The redness disappears on the day after treatment, but some patients will experience slight swelling and rough-textured skin. By day 3, the swelling usually dissipates, but the rough texture may remain for up to 1 week.
What will the result of PRP Therapy be?
You should start to see the results within a week. After 1-2 months, you should see rejuvenated skin that appears younger, feels softer, and more supple.
Does PRP for Skin Rejuvenation need to be repeated?
Repeat treatments depend on the individual needs of the patients, but most patients benefit from one treatment per month for three months, then one treatment every 3-6 months after that. Treatments can be repeated until the desired result has been accomplished.
How should I care for my skin after PRP Therapy?
It is Imperative to hydrate your skin and protect it from sun damage. Please follow post-procedure instructions given from VIP MedSpa Clinic.
How should I prepare before PRP Therapy?
For 24-48 hours prior to procedure, avoid alcohol.
Eat a healthy snack to lessen the chance of lightheadedness during the procedure, and avoid caffeine.
Who is not a candidate for PRP Therapy?
- You have a chronic medical condition that is not under control.
- You are pregnant or breastfeeding.
- You are taking a blood thinner.
- You are currently receiving Chemotherapy.
- You have a blood disorder or blood infection.
- You have a condition that is adversely affecting your immune system.