How does a PRP facial work?
The first step in this regenerative treatment is to collect a blood sample from you. The blood is then processed in a centrifuge to separate the platelet-rich plasma from the blood cells. Once the PRP is separated, it can be injected into your skin with three methods:
- Nappage: Micro-injections of the PRP are placed into the dermal layer of your skin (dense connective tissue layer), with vibration and air to make the treatment painless.
- Mesotherapy: Mesotherapy involves injecting plasma just under the surface of the skin – the mesoderm. This multiple-injection treatment can be done on the face (cheeks, eyelids, chin, forehead, lips), décolleté, back of hands, arms, legs, and buttocks. It triggers a regenerative and a rejuvenating effect.
- Fillers: The PRP can be injected to smooth smile lines, frown lines, and facial creases as an organic, natural filler.