PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) Eye Rejuvenation
PRP for under-eyes is a non-surgical all-natural regenerative treatment
that uses the growth factors in an individual's own blood to rejuvenate
the under eye area. This cosmetic procedure provides skin benefits,
such as reducing fine lines, under-eye pigmentation, treating crow’s
feet, replacing volume loss and more for under eye skin treatment.
PRP for Dark Circles
PRP under eyes is an effective method to treat dark circles. Depending on the patient's age and skin type, this treatment can leave the skin looking better for 12+ months. Since the PRP will create more collagen and blood vessels, it will thicken the skin where the dark circles rest. This produces a healthier skin structure under the eyes.
To see best results many patients opt to use a post-procedure under eye mask for 30 minutes providing additional hydration, repairing and more.
Babyface Treatment for Under Eyes
The Babyface Treatment is a popular facial rejuvenation solution. This premium service uses the latest in cutting-edge regenerative therapy by leveraging amniotic fluids natural proteins, nutrients and other growth factors to help minimize fine lines, wrinkles, crows feet and other areas. The Babyface is applied to the whole face with a focus on the under eye area. At the conclusion of the treatment you will receive a relaxing cooling sensation from the Hydracell+ Mask, that helps relax, hydrate and firms the skin during the recovery period.
What is microneedling with PRP Under Eyes?
PRP with microneedling is a popular technique to treat patients under eyes for dark circles, bags, wrinkles, loss of elasticity and more. A medical provider will use specially designed PRP supplies and device with tiny needles to penetrate the skin releasing the PRP into the targeted areas.
Compared to fillers, PRP is a less risky natural treatment. The PRP enhances the microneedling benefits, while virtually eliminating any side effects, since the PRP is derived from the patient’s own blood.
Does PRP under eyes hurt?
As like many other microneedling treatments patients may feel some discomfort. It is important to use a numbing cream, to minimize the patient’s sensitivity to the procedure.