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Does PRP Improve Complexion?

Platelet rich plasma–while traditionally used in surgery and regenerative medicine–is becoming more applicable in medical grade skincare. One of the prime examples is microneedling with PRP. Microneedling, already an effective skincare treatment, is supercharged with platelet rich plasma for even more benefits. Patients often ask, “Does PRP improve complexion?”

With regular treatments and care, platelet rich plasma skincare can certainly make improvements to the complexion. PRP microneedling treats pigmentation concerns such as sun damage, hyperpigmentation, and brightens the overall complexion. If your main goal is to improve your complexion, your master esthetician may recommend the Glow Up Package with PRP, which includes three PRP microneedling sessions and three chemical peels.

How does microneedling with PRP achieve an improved complexion? In the days and weeks following treatment, the treatment induces collagen production. It also increases cell turnover. In short, this means that it helps the body remove dead or damaged cells and replaces them with brand new healthy ones. Therefore, the damaged pigmentation cells are gradually replaced and improved.

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Dr. Jonov is a specialist in cosmetic surgery, focusing on procedures for the face, breast, and body at PRP in Seattle Seattle.