NEW at PS: Introducing the PRP Glow Treatment

March 3, 2021

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PRP Microneedling combination treatments have quickly gained popularity in the media as a well-loved treatment. In addition to backing from stars including Gwyneth Paltrow – you can check out GP’s PRP Facial on her Netflix series, The Goop Lab – we connected with Jessica Berto, our Training Manager for Western Canada, about what makes this treatment buzzworthy and why she is excited to introduce the PRP Glow treatment at Project Skin MD:

“At PS, we are always looking for new ways to bring our patients’ skin to the next level. We are excited to introduce PRP Glow for those looking for a more natural option to address early signs of aging, post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH), and pitted acne scarring. By combining the benefits of our endogenous blood plasma and advanced Dermapen technology in our unique treatment protocol, we are able to offer unparalleled brightening, rejuvenating and healing benefits.”

Project Skin MD Business Director, Vanessa Grutman, recently tested the PRP Glow treatment – you can check out her experience in our latest episode of IGTV!

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As you may know, Microneedling is one of our favourite treatments to tighten, lift and rejuvenate the skin, improving fine lines, wrinkles, and scars. We use the advanced Dermapen technology, which is a small, hand-held device that delivers up to 1,300 micro-punctures per second, promoting new collagen production and noticeable improvements in the skin’s appearance. When PRP, i.e., your body’s own Platelet Rich Plasma, is used as a serum applied to the skin both before and immediately after Microneedling, the benefits include a heightened stimulation of collagen production and enhanced wound healing to tighten, brighten and smooth the skin. Even more, since PRP Microneedling is delivered without heat, it offers a safe treatment alternative for a wide variety of skin types, any time of year.

To learn more about PRP specifically, check out our IGTV interview with Dr. Janet Ip or our recap of the conversation on the PS Life blog!

We recommend starting with a series of 3 treatments, spaced 3-4 weeks apart. Due to the nature of the treatment, redness and petechiae (pinpoint bruising) are common treatment side-effects, that typically subside within 3 days of treatment.

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Excited to try it for yourself? Contact us to learn if the PRP Glow treatment is right for you, and book your treatment today!

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