A platelet-rich plasma facial involves applying a sample of the patient’s blood to the face, usually after micro-needling or microdermabrasion. Rather than applying the blood immediately, the medical professional performing the procedure first isolates protein-rich plasma and platelets from the sample to create PRP.
Although PRP facials have recently become popular as a topical treatment, medical professionals began using PRP injections to treat injured joints years ago. It is believed to help accelerate the body’s own growth and healing processes. Instead of a facial, you may also choose to have PRP treatment on other parts of the body affected by scars or stretch marks.
Using your own serum which contain platelet-rich plasma to achieve skin-rejuvenation.