Turn Back Time With PRP for Skin Rejuvenation

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Skin rejuvenation for both men and women has entered a new era with the Advanced Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) process, using their body cells to reduce or even eliminate wrinkles and scars.
Using stem cells to stimulate the production of new cells has been a growing impetus in the field of aesthetics over the years. Recently technology has been developed that makes it easy to use your own stem cells to change times and develop new and more youthful looking skin.

At illume Skin & Hair Clinic, after PRP therapy you will experience a fresher, more youthful appearance with better skin quality over time as the newly formed collage is formed and the stem cells generate more and more healthy cells.

You will notice:

  • Glowing and younger color skin due to new blood vessel formation.
  • Smoother skin due to new collagen formation and regenerated skin.
  • Most noticeably, a more fresher and a more youthful natural appearance

General Questions

– PRP improves hair caliber and hair growth by about four to six weeks, requiring repeated treatment once a month for up to 3 months.
– Since injecting PRP involves using a person’s own platelets, they usually do not experience any adverse reactions to the injection. However, it is possible that a person may have burning, pain, or bleeding related to the injection site.
– PRP is a facial rejuvenation treatment that uses its own plasma to stimulate collagen production and cell migration, which allows the elimination of lines, folds, and wrinkles. The results of PRP therapy are natural-looking and subtle, and they can last up to two years.
– When PRP is injected into specific areas of the skin, it acts as a matrix that accelerates the skin repair process, along with growing your own collagen and regenerating tissue. This repair process results in smoother, tighter skin, less scorching, and improved skin tone.
Researchers have been able to grow hair in patients with a series of injections known as platelet rich plasma therapy (PRP). In the case of hair loss, injected platelets induce dormant or newly implanted hair follicles to enter an active growth phase, causing hair to regrow.