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What is the Healing Time After Microneedling With PRP Treatments?

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PRP treatment, or platelet-rich plasma, is a new and innovative way to enhance your microneedling results. While microneedling stimulates collagen production in the skin and promotes hair regrowth, PRP takes your treatment one step further by using growth factors to help speed up healing.

So, what is recovery like after microneedling with PRP? And what kind of care should you expect post-treatment? Below, our skin care professionals at Forever Slender MedSpa explore these questions and more. Call now for a consultation and see why we are considered a leading provider of PRP in Wayland, Massachusetts and Norton, Massachusetts.

What is microneedling with PRP used for?

Microneedling involves a device with tiny needles that creates microscopic punctures in the skin. Instead of damaging the tissue, this process actually jump-starts collagen production. It also opens a channel for PRP to be absorbed.

Platelet-rich plasma is all-natural and derived from the patient’s blood. It contains a high concentration of growth factors and other proteins that promote healing. When microneedling is combined with PRP, you can achieve a firmer, smoother, younger-looking complexion. Hair regrowth is also possible in thinning or balding areas.

Side effects to expect from microneedling with PRP

Microneedling is minimally-invasive but requires some downtime, even when combined with PRP treatment. Forever Slender MedSpa can provide detailed information about what to expect and how to make the most of your results. These instructions vary based on the treatment areas involved (face, neck, scalp, or chest) and the sensitivity of your skin.

Redness, swelling, and bruising are all common side effects of microneedling with PRP. These side effects subside in about 72 hours, but it can take up to a week for the skin to fully heal. Follow our post-treatment instructions to avoid complications and ensure optimal results.

How to speed recovery after microneedling with PRP

Patients in Wayland, MA can take the following steps to minimize discomfort after treatment:

  • Avoid direct sunlight: UV rays can make side effects like redness and swelling worse. Wear a wide-brimmed hat or stay indoors during microneedling recovery.
  • Do not wear makeup: Cosmetics irritate newly treated skin and impede the healing process. Avoid foundation and other skin care products that clog pores.
  • Use gentle cleansers: Harsh chemicals can also worsen side effects. Wash your skin with natural ingredients and avoid exfoliants.
  • Avoid swimming pools: Chlorinated water can damage the healing tissue. Wait until the treatment areas have healed before enjoying these activities again.

When to expect results from microneedling with PRP

Forever Slender MedSpa may recommend a series of microneedling sessions spaced a few weeks apart, depending on the severity of your issues. We want to ensure your skin has time to heal in between appointments.

While some results can be seen several weeks after microneedling with PRP, it may take longer for the full effects to become visible. Rest assured that Forever Slender MedSpa closely monitors your results and ensures you are on track to reach your aesthetic goals.

Ask about microneedling with PRP

Improving your skin and hairline can be easy when working with an experienced team. Forever Slender MedSpa knows what it takes to provide the outcomes you want and deserve. Call now to learn about microneedling with platelet-rich plasma and how this advanced skincare treatment can help you look your best. We are proud to help patients in the Wayland, MA and Norton, MA areas.

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* All information subject to change. Images may contain models. Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary.