Can My Blood Platelets Help My Skin’s Complexion?

Can My Blood Platelets Help My Skin’s Complexion?

Did you know the secret to refreshed, rejuvenated, and younger-looking skin can be found right in your own blood?

It sounds like something out of a Dracula movie, but it’s true: Your blood platelets hold the key to helping your skin look like it belongs on the cover of a magazine. That’s because platelets can trigger collagen and elastin production within the skin, helping you to achieve the following benefits:

  • Firmer skin
  • Minimized fine lines and wrinkles
  • Improved skin tone and texture
  • Glowing, radiant skin
  • And more!

Let’s take a closer look at how blood platelets can help your skin’s complexion.

1. It stimulates blood circulation.

Your platelets can help improve blood circulation, which is essential for creating healthy and younger-looking skin. That means if you have dry, dull, and/or uneven skin tone, the increased blood circulation can help your skin look and feel better.

2. It activates growth factors.

When spun down using a proprietary formula, your blood platelets become even more powerful, thus helping to achieve younger-looking skin faster. This platelet-rich plasma (PRP) can increase cellular turnover, trigger an increase in collagen production, and even bring back a youthful glow to your skin.

3. It tackles skin problems from the inside.

While many skin care solutions treat complexion issues at the surface level, PRP is applied topically to ablated skin or injected beneath the surface of the skin to address aging issues at a deeper level. That means many issues like loss of firmness, fine lines and wrinkles, can show significant improvement with regular PRP treatments.

Take the Next Step

Want to learn more about how to unlock the anti-aging powers of your blood platelets? Schedule a consultation at Derma-Tech Medical Spa in Joplin, Missouri. (417) 206-4884

By |2019-05-15T11:49:17-04:00December 17th, 2018|Face, Micro Needling Plus PRP|
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