August 22, 2019

Why Microneedling with PRP has become the Hottest Rejuvenating Skin Treatment

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You can use your body’s healing powers to improve the look and feel of your skin with microneedling and PRP skin treatments.

Your body already has mechanisms in place to heal itself, and it often responds better to its own cells than to materials from outside your body.

The combination of microneedling and PRP is taking the medical aesthetics world by storm because it employs both of these principles to achieve impressive results.

The experts at PureLee Redefined are experienced and knowledgeable with both treatment modalities. They are here to help you achieve the skin of your dreams. Here’s how microneedling and PRP can help you improve your skin.

New collagen production

Collagen is a key building block necessary to achieve and maintain radiant, healthy-looking skin. When you’re young, your skin produces collagen in abundance so your face looks smooth, plump, and beautiful.

As we age our skin loses this vital tissue protein. The resulting loss of elasticity leads to the formation of fine lines and wrinkles, and your skin begins to sag due to volume loss and lack of structural support.

Microneedling stimulates collagen production in your skin by activating your body’s own healing mechanisms. At PureLee Redefined we use the SkinPen microneedling device which creates hundreds of tiny needle pricks on the surface of your skin. Redness is to be expected, but minimal pinpoint bleeding may also occur.

Add in PRP

When you combine microneedling with PRP skin treatment, you enhance the results of the procedure and accelerate the recovery process.

PRP is platelet-rich plasma. This is the clear, golden yellow liquid extracted from your own blood. It carries all of the nutrients and immune cells your body uses to heal itself.

Scar reduction

Whether the scars are from an injury, acne, or medical treatment, microneedling and PRP can help your body heal and remodel.

After microneedling creates its many tiny “injuries” in the top layers of the skin, PRP injects nutrient-rich platelets.

The combination of SkinPen microneedling with PRP skin treatment sends an increased amount of healing cells and nutrients to your damaged skin. You’ll see improved skin texture as the old layers of skin slough off, and new layers appear from underneath.

Improved hair growth

Studies have shown that with regular microneedling and PRP treatments, those suffering from hair loss see new hair growth. This is because dormant hair follicles get an increased flow of nutrients to them. The nutrients bring these follicles to life, and they begin to produce new hair.

Fewer fine lines and wrinkles

Collagen helps to fill out the skin and make it more elastic. These two benefits result in fewer wrinkles. The restored elasticity means that when your skin stretches, it returns to its original position more easily.

Schedule a microneedling session

If all of these benefits have you wanting to try microneedling and PRP, there’s no better time than now. It’s important, however, to entrust the work only to a qualified and experienced medical professional such as the ones at PureLee Redefined.

The experts at PureLee Redefined will evaluate your skin and determine the best course of treatment to deliver the results you want. Give us a call, send us a message here on our website, or request an appointment online today and move one step closer to your dream skin.

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About the Author

PureLee Redefined is an aesthetics spa in Colorado Springs, Colorado, that offers clients innovative aesthetic treatments with long-lasting results for patients with all skin types.

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