About PRP Micro-Needling
Frequently asked questions
How Does PRP microneedling work?
PRP is a concentrated form of platelets from your blood. Before your microneedling session, our skilled professionals will extract blood and place it in a centrifuge to isolate platelets and plasma.
Injecting PRP alone into the selected areas for treatment can help stimulate collagen and elastin. Collagen and elastin are proteins known for improving skin moisture and elasticity.
Aside from overall improvement in skin texture and elasticity, PRP treatments are good for healing physical trauma and joint injury. They are also an excellent option for treating male pattern baldness or stimulating hair growth in combination with transplants and other hair-related procedures.
Microneedling uses very thin needles for stimulating collagen and elastin production. The treatment involves creating controlled microinjuries in the skin to trigger the body to release chemicals and proteins that promote skin healing.
Combining PRP and microneedling in one treatment greatly increases collagen and elastin production in the selected area for treatment. Expect enhanced results with the addition of PRP in our microneedling session at Fourth N Main.
Am i a good candidate for prp microneedling?
The best candidates for a PRP microneedling treatment are healthy individuals who want to improve issues like hyperpigmentation, scars, sagging skin, stretch marks, or wrinkles. People who are interested in improving skin elasticity can greatly benefit from this treatment.
Patients must fully treat any active skin infections before a PRP microneedling treatment in order to prevent further spread.
Contact us to learn more
Interested in scheduling a consultation for PRP microneedling in Monmouth County? Contact Fourth N Main today for your appointment. Our experienced aesthetic professionals will be available to perform high-quality treatments and help you achieve your appearance goals.