In recent years, there has been excitation about platelet-rich plasma (PRP) Essex treatments. The PRP treatment is becoming super popular. The all natural treatment works where other treatments have failed. To understand the PRP treatment, let’s focus on answering vital questions. What is PRP treatment and how can it help build collagen?
What is PRP Treatment?
Platelet-rich plasma is an advanced, innovative therapy that’s gaining popularity. The facial rejuvenation process has been around since 2006. After featuring in Nightline, Elle magazine and the New York Times, people started embracing the treatment. This natural revolutionary procedure rejuvenated the skin, leading to improved skin appearance.
How does the PRP treatment Essex work?
The blood contains many PDGF (Platelet Derived Growth Factors). This factor promotes skin health, texture and tone. PRP treatment help release the PDGF, which help in new collagen regeneration. When injected into target areas, it improves skin circulation and nourishes the tissues.
PDGF also stimulates skin cell division. The process helps correct visible aging effects resulting in an improved younger appearance.
What can PRP treatment treat?
PRP can be applied to the face, upper arms, décolletage, neck, and hands to treat:
- Facial scars
- Skin wrinkles
- Skin rejuvenation
- Body scars
- Stretch marks
- Acne Scars
- Hair Rejuvenation
Types of PRP treatments:
Injection treatment involves injecting PRP in target areas to stimulate new collagen production. The production happens in the dermis layer. Areas treated using PRP include the forehead, smile lines, cheeks, and nasolabial folds. The body uses a process called physiological processes to rejuvenate the skin.
Estheticians use facial fillers and micro-needling procedures. They combine facial fillers with dermal fillers to boost collagen growth response. For micro-needling, estheticians inject PRP in the skin top layer to enhance your skin quality.
Topical treatments involve applying PRP Essex on areas of your skin using a dermaroller. Patients who dislike needles see this procedure as a preferred choice of treatment. This type of treatment improves skin texture and appearance over a larger surface area.
How many treatments do you need?
For optimal results, you might need 3 to 6 treatments. The treatments are 4-6 weeks apart. After the procedure, you need maintenance treatments every 1 or 2 years. The aftercare maintenance treatment depends on your skin type and texture.
More and more people are looking for ways to improve their skin tone and texture. PRP is a skin revitalization treatment with less discomfort but optimal outcomes. Both the topical and injection treatments are effective.