PRP Facial Rejuvenation
Plasma Rich Platelet- PRP a.k.a Vampire facial treatment to boost collagen naturally. PRP injected into your face with a small needle or with microneedling (SkinPen) Health Canada Approved.
Safe procedure by certified nurse
PRP Face Treatment Information
- Clients’s own blood place in a centrifuge to obtain plasma.
- Plasma rich platelet substance a yellowish colour applied into the skin with microneedling pen or by injecting.
- Treatment/pre&post photo consent required.
- Health history & allergies information required.
- Some clients might required a doctor’s note to proceed with PRP.
- Two PRP Procedure : Microneedling with skinPen to perform multiple micro injuries into the skin to facilitate the plasma absorption or injected with an insulin needle on face.
- Treatment goal discussed: Clinical study suggest 3 treatments spaced 4 weeks apart for better results.
- Talk to your doctor if you have Actinic (solar) keratosis, active acne, collagen vascular diseases, or cardiac abnormalities, diabetes, eczema, psoriasis, immunosupressive therapy, history of contact dermatitis, raised moles, rosacea, active bacterial or fungal infection, active viral herpes simplex infections like cold sores, warts, keloids scars.
- Contraindications: Patients on anticoagulants “blood thinners” Scleroderma, scars, stretch marks less than a year old, wound healing deficiencies, and anemia or blood related diseases.
- Prior procedure requirements : Avoid sun exposure and stop topical retinoid therapy 24 hours.
- You should wait six months following oral isotretinoin (Accutane) use before receiving treatment.
- Side effects post treatment: Dryness, rough skin, tightness, itching, peeling, discomfort, tenderness, and burning. Resolve over time. Reactivation of herpes simplex virus (cold sores), pigment changes lighter or darker skin in the area treated that resolves over time, or no change in their acne scars.
- Next 72 hours post treatment care: Avoid sweaty exercise and sun exposure might aggravate the side effects as per above.
- **Please visit a walk in clinic or family doctor if antiviral (cold sores) medication needed.