MICRONEEDLING & PRP
FOR SKIN AND HAIR REGROWTH
if you want the ultimate rejuvenating treatment and booster for your skin, then Microneedling (also referred to as collagen induction therapy or derma rolling) is just for you.
Microneedling therapy, also called Skin needling, is a minimally invasive skin-rejuvenation procedure that involves the use of a device with fine needles rooted in it. The needles are used to puncture the skin to create but on
The needles are used to create tiny punctures in the top layer of the skin, creating microscopic wounds which prompts the body to create new collagen and elastin to fill these tiny. Through the process of neovascularization and neocollagenesis, there is improvement in skin texture and firmness, as well as reduction in in scars, pore size, and stretch marks.
At MINTbody Med Spa our trained and certified skincare specialists will examine your concerns and suggest the right treatment and settings to fit your skin needs.
PRP is a concentrate of proteins derived from your blood and separated to remove red blood cells. The growth factors in PRP can heal damaged tissues since it naturally triggers localized inflammation and collagen production while also using a host of other regenerative processes. Taken from your own body, PRP is injected into another site where the affected area is. PRP therapy is designed to deliver growth factors to the site of injury to promote healing. The platelet enriched plasma contains up to 10 times the normal concentration of platelets.
During a PRP facial treatment (Vampire Facial), the face is anesthetized with numbing medication and approximately 20cc of blood is drawn. The blood is spun and the PRP is separated. The face is then micro needled to promote a new collagen and elastin formation and the PRP is then placed onto the skin surface as well as injected into the deeper layers to promote skin rejuvenation
PRP Hair Restoration in Cypress, TX
For the medical treatment of hair loss, PRP is used to stimulate the growth of follicles, thereby reversing the hair miniaturization seen in androgenetic alopecia (common baldness). The introduction of platelets and white blood cells through (PRP) can amplify the body’s naturally-occurring wound healing mechanism. It is also proposed that PRP can stimulate the stem cells (dermal papilla) of the newly transplanted hair follicles when done in conjunction with a hair transplant.
In the medical treatment of male and female pattern baldness (androgenetic alopecia), PRP can be injected into the balding scalp to potentially stimulate thin (miniaturized) hair to grow into thicker (terminal) hairs. Patients with thinning, but not totally bald, areas would be the best candidates