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PRP MicroNeedling
PRP stands for Platelet Rich Plasma. This is a high concentration of protein derived from blood. It is often referred to as ‘Liquid Gold’ in skin treatments.
To derive PRP, blood sample is taken from the patient and placed in a tube. This tube is then spun in a centrifuge, where natural separation of growth factors and stem cells from red blood cells occurs.
Platelets help skin function optimally by increasing collagen, elastin, and bringing in antioxidant and hydrating properties. PRP can address conditions such as acne, wrinkles, cellulite, scars, sun damage. Platelets help blood clot, so they are vital for healing wounds and injuries. PRP is plasma in which the concentration of platelets is higher than that of other components of the blood. PRP contains proteins, including growth factors and cytokines. These proteins help skin tissue repair itself. It is great when used in conjunction with microneedling as it speeds up the healing process and stimulates skin renewal.

MicroNeedling with PRP:

PRP forms a natural and effective glide for microneedling. In microneedling, the medical provider will create micro injuries through micro punctures on the skin using the FDA approved SkinPen. Safety of the microneedling device is key in the prevention of infections. At MarSha MedSpa, we only use SkinPen, the first FDA approved microneelding device, during this procedure.

Microneedling with PRP will help soak in the growth factors into the skin for tightening and rejuvenation of the collagen in the face. The growth factors activate multi potent stem cells already in the skin into behaving how they would be expected to after an injury – leading to generation of new and younger tissue. This leads to development of new collagen, new blood vessels, and new fatty tissue to repair the skin, resulting in younger appearing skin. The addition of PRP from the blood enhances the effects of microneedling.

Microneedling with PRP has shown beneficial results of tightening and improved texture of skin on face, neck, decolletage, and hands. The full effects of the procedure take 2-3 months to reflect fully and last for up to 2 years.

Microneedling with PRP may not be suitable during pregnancy or for people with certain conditions or other risk factors, including those who have:

MicroNeedling With Exosomes:

What are exosomes? Exosomes are parts of cells responsible for communicating from cell to cell. They tell tissue and other cells what to do. For example, if they’re introduced to a wound, they can tell the skin to produce more collagen to speed up cellular turnover to close and repair the injury. Due to the fact, exosomes are the center of cellular communication, we’ve learned to program them to perform specific actions that produce a client’s ideal results.

Microneedling with exosome therapy is an innovative new treatment that uses the power of your stem cells’ messaging centers—your exosomes—to rejuvenate the skin with a more specific and direct impact on such significant complexion concerns as skin tone and texture irregularities, acne scarring, hyperpigmentation, large pores, dullness, and more.

During your treatment, exosomes are extracted and added to a special growth-activating serum, which is then inserted into a special microneedling device that injects it into deeper layers of the skin. Over time and with enough treatments, skin looks smoother, healthier, and a lot more radiant.

The process takes the same amount of time as a standard microneedling treatment—about 15-30 minutes— and results in smoother, dewy skin that appears healthier and feels firmer. You may need about three microneedling treatments with exosomes, spaced about four to six weeks apart, to see results.

There’s minimal downtime associated with this therapy, although your skin may appear slightly flushed and feel tender for a day or two after your treatment.
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