Microneedling is one of the hottest skin care treatments on the market for the past few years. It’s ability to restore a more-youthful appearance is remarkable without entourage procedures. However, when this powerful collagen induction procedure is combined with the regenerative powers of platelet rich plasma, it can offer exponentially better results.
Hyaluronic acid serums have traditionally been used after microneedling sessions, as the microscopic punctures allow for deeper serum penetration. Substituting PRP for traditional serums has been shown to supercharge microneedling procedures, further increasing collagen production. The end result is more supporting tissue below your skin and less wrinkles on the surface.
PRP encourages cell regeneration. This allows you see faster results, possibly with fewer treatments than if you chose traditional microneedling. Adding PRP to microneedling is common in the treatment of deep acne scarring and may help provide an improved result when treating surgical scars.