Radiofrequency Microneedling With Platelet Rich Plasma
Aging and skin damage are two of the most common concerns our providers hear. While many procedures can treat each, the best procedures can treat both aging and damaged skin. In addition, our master estheticians combined powerful, medical grade skincare with platelet rich plasma to improve results. One way our master estheticians effectively treat aging, damaged, and sagging skin is by combining radiofrequency microneedling with platelet rich plasma. PRP In Seattle provides the best RF microneedling with PRP.
Overview: What Is Microneedling?
Microneedling is a medical grade skincare procedure that involves creating microscopic punctures in the skin. The abrasions are not visible after the procedure, but they induce a collagen response similar to how a typical wound would. This helps reduce, treat, and prevent skin damage and aging.
Sometimes called collagen induction therapy, microneedling performed on its own is a powerful treatment that does not come with the risk of hyperpigmentation that chemical peels or laser resurfacing do. It is also viable for all skin types and tones. This makes it an ideal procedure for most people and it is extremely versatile and can be built off of easily.
Both radiofrequency and platelet rich plasma are often added to microneedling. However, it is possible to use radiofrequency and platelet rich plasma in conjunction with microneedling for the best results. Not only does this address issues such as sun damage, but it can also promote skin tightening, a reduction in acne scars, and much more.