One constant struggle that both men and women face is the health of their skin. Technically, your skin is the largest organ of your body. Because it’s constantly exposed to the sun, air pollutants, and allergens, there’s no surprise that your skin may be looking a little worse for wear. For many women, in particular, the health of their skin is something that they take great pride in. Yet the methods that many doctors may utilize can cause more damage to the skin than actually helping it. You want something that’s a bit more natural. PRP facial rejuvenation is an exciting, all-natural option we proudly offer at the Georgia Center for Female Health.
What Is PRP Facial Rejuvenation?
PRP facial rejuvenation describes two processes that have been rolled into one. Facial rejuvenation is the process of applying certain chemicals and nutrients into your skin. It’s designed to encourage the cells to grow healthy skin that’s vibrant and smooth. Yet the chemicals that are used in traditional procedures can enter the bloodstream. Who knows what havoc they can wreak once inside your body?
PRP stands for platelet-rich plasma. Your blood is taken from your body and placed through a device known as a centrifuge. This device is then spun around quite quickly with the sample of your blood inside of it. Once the contents of the sample have beewin separated, you have an excellent specimen of your platelet-rich plasma. This is important because plasma and platelets contain growth factors and other nutrients.
When used together, PRP facial rejuvenation offers a skin treatment with your own blood. It’s spread against your skin and left to sit there for a few minutes or even an hour. The growth factors within the PRP stimulate the cells into dividing once more and promoting the growth of new and vibrant skin. The nutrients that exist within the blood also help to stimulate the existing skin and encourage it to retain its elasticity.
PRP facial rejuvenation is a natural procedure that only uses your own blood to promote skin health. There aren’t any chemicals or incisions that are made. The skin isn’t even damaged during the procedure like many other facial procedures. Instead, it’s simply given the growth factors and nutrients that the skin needs to grow healthy and look youthful.
Who Can Benefit From PRP Facial Rejuvenation?
Age, size, skin color, and skin health do not affect how well the procedure will work. So, essentially, almost anyone can benefit from PRP facial rejuvenation. The deciding factor is how healthy your blood is. If you suffer from a disease that exists within your blood, you won’t be able to receive PRP facial rejuvenation. If you suffer from a disease like anemia or another condition where it is difficult for your skin to heal, then you also might not be a good candidate for PRP facial rejuvenation.
However, if you are of good health and want your skin to showcase that, then call us today at the Georgia Center for Female Health. Schedule your PRP facial rejuvenation appointment and take the next step towards younger-looking skin!