What is PRP?
PRP stands for “platelet-rich plasma.” Your blood is full of platelets, which are essential building blocks for regenerating cells and kick-starting sluggish cellular turnover. Platelets can be removed from the blood and added to a special growth-activating serum; this is the PRP that is used during cosmetic procedures. The process for removing platelets is pretty straightforward; patients can expect to have only a few teaspoons of blood removed from the upper arm. After the removal, the platelets will be extracted from the blood and added to the serum.
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What are the Benefits of Adding it to a Treatment?
Now that you know what PRP stands for, take a look at some of the great benefits of adding it to a treatment:
- It can help speed up the results of your procedure.
- It can heighten the rejuvenating glow you’ll experience after treatment.
- It increases the likelihood that you’ll see significant improvement in the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.
- It’s ideal to add to treatment if you want to fade the appearance of hyperpigmentation, like age spots and sun spots.
PRP helps take any treatment to the next level. It’s a popular addition to treatments like microneedling, as the PRP solution can be injected directly into the subdermal level.
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