All About: Rejuvenating Facial Injections

For skin rejuvenation, tightening and scar remodeling. Platelets is composed of your own proteins and growth factors that stimulate the production of collagen and elastin.

As a stand-alone treatment for the face, it stimulates new collagen, enhances microcirculation and regrowth of new healthy skin. Other benefits include softening of deep lines and wrinkles.

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Results from cell rejuvenation therapy are natural looking and subtle, and they can last for as long as two years.

What’s more, platelet therapy is minimally invasive, has no risk of allergic reaction because it’s your bodies own “golden goodness,” and can be used to treat nearly any area of the body without risks of side-effects, making it ideal for patients who are not interested in or are not good candidates for injectable fillers.

Platelets enable the collagen grown by total facial rejuvenation instead of focusing on one wrinkle at a time. It allows the skin to tighten and smooth from the inside out. It penetrates areas that hyaluronic acid filler may not be able to reach alone.

Platelet treatment for skin can be done in tandem with HA fillers. It’s a Synergistic FFP effect to skin regeneration. HA helps in removing lines and folds and PRP (does aid in softening of fine lines) focuses on voluminizing the face through stimulating collagen production, enhance skin tone and texture and improves smoothness.

Platelet injections are natural and with no downtime.

Ideal recommendation is series of three treatments spaced 4–6 weeks apart. This will allow for maximum skin rejuvenation. Improvements in skin texture is normally seen within the first 4 weeks. Majority of the collagen is stimulated with cell turnover about three months after that first series of 3 is finished.

Maintenance treatment every 4-6 months (so quarterly or twice yearly) to keep the skin looking youthful.

Post care:

  • Do not wash, rub or itch treatment area for 24 hours.
  • No makeup to area for 24 hours.
  • Bruising can occur but usually resolves within a week or two. Swelling peri-orbital for 24–48 hours.