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The PRP or PRF can be used by injecting it into problem areas of the face to correct deeper lines/wrinkles, stimulating your body’s own collagen production. Platelet rich plasma contains very high concentrations of cytokines and growth factors that stimulate the production of new, strong and youthful collagen.



PRF, or platelet rich fibrin, is a slow-release formulation of growth factors that we get from your blood sample in the office!

Unlike dermal fillers which have their maximal effect immediately at the time of treatment, PRP and PRF continue to work to improve your skin’s tone, texture, quality and appearance for the following weeks and months to come, as skin can get a thicker and smoother!

With PRP/PRF we can specifically target areas around the eyes, cheeks, and mouth. When PRP/PRF is injected, it works to improve thinning skin on the neck, jawline, décolleté and other areas.


In this rejuvenating procedure, your own platelet rich plasma is applied a state-of-the-art microneedling device is used to create micro-injuries to the skin. The platelets, cytokines and growth factors present in your PRP augment the natural healing of these channels in the skin to result in strong, radiant skin with noticeably fewer fine lines and wrinkles.


Whether you suffer from scarring on the face from acne or the scars from surgical wounds or a c-section, platelet rich plasma therapy is an effective method for decreasing the appearance of scarring. The use of our FDA-cleared microneedling device disrupts the old scar tissue and the addition of PRP triggers the growth of new, normal, organized collagen fibrils. The result is that the tissue making up the scars becomes more uniform and deep scars are filled in with new collagen production. We also utilize Morpheus8 and subscision for scarring. 

To find out more, book a consultation or contact us Please feel free to give us a call at 619-329-2449 with any questions or concerns or to schedule your next session. 

If you’re already booked for treatment, be sure to check out our tips for preparing for your PRP/PRF appointment!