PRP WITH MICRO-NEEDLING
The treatment involves the use of two procedures, micro-needling with our Collagen P.I.N and PRP done consecutively
When PRP is used with microneedling, it penetrates your skin through the tiny channels the microneedles create. The PRP supercharges the microneedling benefits.
Improves fine lines and deep wrinkles, reduces acne scars,
evens skin tone, lightens hyperpigmentation and sun spots, reduces appearance of pores, firms and smooths skin texture, heals scars, reduces broken capillaries and spider veins, and brings back the glow for fresher, younger-looking skin.
PRP also addresses under-eye puffiness and dark circles to give you a more youthful, well-rested appearance. Since PRP is derived from your own blood, the side effects are virtually eliminated.
How many treatments should I need?
- While each patient is different and conditions will vary, the typical treatment regimen will consist of 4-6 treatments spaced 4 weeks apart.
Micro-needling with the COLLAGEN P.I.N
COLLAGEN P.I.N. DIFFERENT FROM THE DERMAL NEEDLING ROLLERS OF THE PAST?
Micro-needling rollers are the previous generation of needling devices. One of the many drawbacks of dermal rollers is the fixed needle or penetration depth (i.e. 0.5mm) which is not very conducive when treating an area like the face which requires different depths due to the varying thickness of skin tissue, depending on the area(s) being treated. Therefore, having a fixed needle depth or penetration level is a huge drawback when trying to customize a treatment for consistency. Collagen P.I.N. ™ has an adjustable needle depth that allows your skincare provider to adjust penetration depth throughout the entire treatment. This will allow the medical provider to properly address the specific needs of thinner skin on your lower eyelids, crow’s feet, and forehead. Additionally, where the tissue is thicker in other areas, like the upper lip, cheeks (due to fat pads), neck and décolletage, the necessary adjustments can easily be treated with 1 needle tip instead of 5 or 6 needle rollers. The other dramatic difference is in the type of injury that occurs using the Collagen P.I.N. versus a Dermal Needling Roller.