Did you know that as soon as we hit our twenties, our collagen production levels start to dip?
That means if you’re anywhere north of 30, your collagen and elastin production could do with a good shakeup. Improved collagen levels are essential for repairing wrinkles and fine lines, as well as increasing cellular turnover for younger, more rejuvenated skin.
That’s why we’re excited to tell you how you can rev up collagen and repair wrinkles with microneedling & PRP!
What is Microneedling with PRP?
Microneedling with PRP combines two highly effective treatments to produce your youngest complexion yet. Microneedling is a handheld technology that uses several fine-tipped needles to quickly puncture the top dermis layer, creating microscopic channels within the complexion. These tiny channels encourage your body to start producing more collagen, which helps increase cellular turnover.
The process is even more heightened when PRP (platelet-rich plasma) is added to the equation. PRP is derived by taking just a tube of your blood and centrifuging it to separate the plasma from the red blood cells. The plasma, which is rich in nutrients and growth factors, is then infused into the skin during the microneedling treatment.
How Does It Improve Collagen & Repair Wrinkles
Microneedling and PRP work together to give your body’s collagen production the kick-start it needs to start minimizing wrinkles and fine lines. With regular microneedling PRP treatments, clients can expect to see radiant, younger-looking skin. Additionally, these results may last for a significant period of time, as your body is producing more collagen for longer.
Dr. Pilest is truly the best! His entire team are very caring and professional. With over thirty years of experience, he is the only doctor I would trust with my skin.
Take the Next Step
Want to learn more about how microneedling with PRP can improve collagen and repair wrinkles? Schedule your consultation with board-certified dermatologist Dr. Nissan Pilest at Total Dermatology in Irvine, CA today. (949) 727-3800