MICRONEEDLING WITH PRP
The widely popular Vampire Facial and Vampire Facelift combines microneedling (SkinPen) with PRP, Platelet Rich Plasma.
Microneedling is a revolutionary skin care procedure that involves creating tiny perforations in the skin to stimulate the bodies healing process. Your body has an amazing healing system in place that activates when you get an injury. It starts by sending proteins, called growth factors that promote cell growth to the site of the injury to begin collagen and elastin production which helps the skin to look and feel younger and healthier. An in-office microneedling procedures use your body’s own healing process to boost collagen production by 200 percent! When combining this with your own Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) the results provide your skin with rapid collagen production, boosting it by 1,000 percent.
Platelet rich plasma (PRP) is a product of your own blood that has a high concentration of those growth factors. As a result patients will see improvements in scarring, stretch marks, elasticity, wrinkles, texture and overall quality of skin. Best of all microneedling with PRP
is a safe and low risk procedure that works for all skin types and skin colors. Following your procedure, you can expect sunburn like redness and irritation for one to three days, with some light peeling and tightness after. Patients will fully recover and see great results in as little as one week and for many months after. Microneedling with PRP can be done as regularly as every six weeks for dramatic skin renewal and anti-aging.
The difference between a Vampire Facial and Vampire Facelift is the way your PRP is applied to the skin.
When receiving a Vampire Facial, as we are performing your Microneedling treatment we will begin massaging in your PRP to the skin, working it into the tiny perforations that are created by the SkinPen. With a Vampire Facelift your PRP is injected into the skin. When injecting your PRP into the skin your collagen production is boosted even higher, seeing longer lasting results.
Understanding Your Skin’s Dermal Layer:
Your skin is composed of three layers: the epidermis, the outer protective layer; dermis, middle layer; and hypodermis, subcutaneous tissue. The dermis is a thick layer of connective tissue that gives the skin its strength and flexibility. The dermis contains most of your skin’s specialized cells and structures. It regulates body temperature and supplies the epidermis with nutrient-rich blood. The dermis is where acne forms, and it’s also the skin layer responsible for wrinkles.
The Dermis Layer Contains:
Sebaceous Oil Glands
How does it affect the dermis?
Medical micro-needling uses needles (.5 mm and longer) to create micro-injuries to the dermis. When your dermis is injured, your skin repairs itself by triggering a natural wound-healing process that produces collagen. SkinPen needles reach the papillary dermis to improve the look of fine lines and wrinkles, and longer SkinPen needles reach the deep dermis, making it possible to soften the appearance of acne and other scars by breaking up scar tissue and assisting in your skin’s natural ability to induce skin remodeling.
Which areas of the body can be treated?
SkinPen® Microneedling can be used on all parts of the body; face, neck, décolleté, arms, hands, legs, abdomen and back.
At LVWellness we want to provide you with younger, clearer looking skin with long lasting results. The SkinPen is the only FDA cleared device in the U.S. Don’t risk your face and beauty with anything or anyone else. We offer complimentary consultations to determine if this treatment is best for your skin type. Our Aesthetician would love to meet you and discuss your skin goals.
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