What Is a PRP Facelift?
A PRP facelift involves the removal of a small sample of your own blood. This blood is placed through a centrifuge to collect a large number of growth factors, plasma, and platelets. Together, these can make a powerful cocktail for your body to stimulate collagen growth and reduce inflammation. This is because they play key roles in blood clotting and healing. Once the blood has been collected, it is injected into specific areas like a dermal filler.
As such, because it can have such a profound effect on deep wrinkles, even those who feel that a facelift isn’t enough to remove their wrinkles can have surprising success with a PRP Facelift. PRP stimulates collagen production. As a result, your skin looks younger, vibrant, and it has volume where it may have been sagging or wrinkled before.
Advantages of a PRP Facelift
There are numerous reasons why a PRP Facelift is better than other forms of treatment. For one, it is a simple and minimally-invasive procedure. If you’re a little worried about surgery, then this can be an excellent solution for you instead. The procedure is quick and requires little to no downtime or recovery time. You can head right back to work or the other activities of your day afterward. You may experience some minor swelling or bruising, but that typically goes away on its own within a few hours after treatment.