For decades, people have been injecting themselves with all kinds of chemicals, toxins, and foreign substances. Why? They do this to try and achieve their desired beauty goals. Many of these treatments, although harmful to your body, get the job done. But, what if we told you that there was a better way? Platelet-rich plasma uses the healing factors from your own body to optimize regrowth and beauty where you need it most! PRP treatment is an amazing is helping regeneration tool for providers trying to help patients look their best!
What Is PRP?
PRP is a cutting-edge medical treatment that is used to improve a wide variety of medical issues. By drawing a sample of your blood, practitioners filter out the most powerful and natural proteins and healing factors. These elements are then processed and concentrated into a solution that is then injected back into the patient. This process has been shown to be effective in treating everything from hair loss to chronic pain.
What Can PRP Help With?
PRP has been shown to help with a multitude of aesthetics issues that usually come down to health and circulation. Below, we’ll go over some of the most popular and game changing ways people have been using PRP to take their appearance to the next level.
As we age, our system starts to clog up and become overall less efficient. This often translates to less blood flow and nutrients being delivered to the follicles in the scalp and hair loss as a result (this is especially true for men that have the genetic propensity for male pattern baldness).
PRP is great for fighting off the signs of aging in our skin. supplementing areas of skin on our face, neck, and pretty much everywhere else with the healing factors unlocked from our blood, we can turn the clock back very effectively. It can improve your complexion, reduce wrinkles, and plump up your skin.
While PRP is great for skin health in the anti-aging sense, its benefits are so powerful that they can even help with skin issues we’ve long thought to be more permanent. Because PRP injections are so full of growth factors that promote healing and regeneration, it makes sense that they can help with scarring. They’ve been shown to promote collagen and elastin growth and help especially well with stretch marks and acne scars.
We hope you feel a little more knowledgeable about PRP from how it works, to all the skin and hair problems it can help with. If you suffer with any of these problems, it might be time to talk to your provider about PRP. Check out our listing to find the best medspa or dermatologist near you to change your life with PRP today!