Is PRP Right For Me?

Is PRP Right For Me?

Hyperpigmentation. Uneven skin tone. Wrinkles. Do you look in the mirror only to see these skin concerns staring back?

While surgery and injectables can improve your skin, not everyone wants to go this route. If you’re looking for a more natural treatment to revamp your look, a platelet-rich plasma facial might be for you.

PRP focuses on using your blood and applying it to your face to aid your skin in many regenerative properties. Experience smooth and glowing skin with results that last for 18 months. Anthony N. Dardano provides PRP facials to patients in Boca Raton, Florida, who want radiant skin without downtime. 

What to expect

Celebrities and skincare experts worldwide love this treatment for its safe nature and beautiful results. But some people are taken aback by the thought of having your blood applied to your face. Here’s how it works.

When you come in for your PRP facial, Anthony N. Dardano starts by drawing a blood sample from your arm. Next, he spins it on a centrifuge to separate your blood’s components. PRP focuses on using plasma and platelets because these contain more growth factors that increase collagen and elastin production.

Dr. Dardano applies the PRP by injecting it into your skin through a syringe or microneedling. Once the PRP is applied, the growth factors stimulate stem cells and regenerate smooth and plumper skin. Treatment takes about an hour, and while you may notice some redness and sensitivity after, these subside within a few days.

Benefits

When you were younger, you probably took your skin for granted. But now, as you’re getting older, you’re noticing more skin concerns than you’d like. PRP addresses some of the most common skin concerns in one treatment, so you save time and money.

PRP improves:

While the results of PRP are not immediate, most of our patients agree its worth the wait. You can expect brighter, glowing skin in 2-3 weeks. At 1-2 months, you’ll experience a smoother, even-toned complexion as your skin increases collagen and elastin production.

Am I a candidate?

If you like what you hear so far, you’re probably wondering if you’re a good candidate for PRP. PRP is an extremely safe treatment because it uses your blood and no foreign substances – you don’t have to worry about having an adverse reaction. 

You may be a candidate for PRP if:

Are you ready to improve your skin with a treatment loved by celebrities and skincare experts worldwide?

Call 561-202-1248 to schedule your PRP facial or book online.

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