Why You Should Never Get Microneedling Without PRF

Hey there! You’ve heard everyone raving about microneedling right? It’s that skincare treatment where tiny needles create micro-injuries in your skin, making it produce more collagen and basically giving you a fresh, youthful look.

Guess what? There’s a way to make it even better – by adding something called PRF (Platelet-Rich Fibrin). Let’s break down why this combo is a game-changer.


What is PRF?

PRF is an upgraded version of PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma), which you might have heard of. It’s made from your own blood and is packed with platelets, white blood cells, and a fibrin matrix. The cool part? It doesn’t use any anticoagulants, so it forms a natural mesh that slowly releases growth factors and helps your skin heal and rejuvenate.

Why You Should Definitely Add PRF to Your Microneedling

  1. Enhanced Collagen Production: Microneedling already boosts collagen, but PRF supercharges this effect. The growth factors in PRF push your skin to produce even more collagen, which further improves skin texture giving you that firm, youthful look.
  2. Accelerated Healing: With PRF, your skin heals much faster. Those growth factors and cytokines in PRF speed up tissue regeneration, so you’ll see results sooner and have less downtime.
  3. Improved Skin Tone: In addition to skin texture, adding PRF to Microneedling treatments also improves your complexion. It helps with skin tone, reduces hyperpigmentation, and makes pores less noticeable.
  4. Long-Lasting Results: The fibrin matrix in PRF means growth factors are released slowly over time, so your skin keeps improving for months. It’s not just a quick fix – it’s a lasting one.
  5. Reduced Risk of Adverse Reactions: Since PRF is made from your own blood, there’s a super low risk of allergic reactions or other side effects. It’s natural and safe for pretty much everyone.


To summarize, adding PRF to Microneedling or RF Microneedling…

  • Improves your treatment results
  • Accelerates recovery and shortens downtime


How PRF is Used During Microneedling

Here’s how it works: A small amount of your blood is drawn and spun in a centrifuge to separate the PRF. During your microneedling session, the PRF is applied topically immediately following passes of the microneedling device. Those micro-channels created by the microneedling help the PRF penetrate deeply, working its magic from the inside out.


Wrapping It Up

So, if you’re thinking about getting microneedling, add PRF. It’s a powerhouse combo that enhances collagen production, speeds up healing, improves skin texture and tone, and gives you long-lasting results with minimal risks. Plus, you get all these benefits while supporting your skin’s overall health. It’s like giving your skin the ultimate VIP treatment!
Next time you’re chatting with your skincare specialist, ask about PRF with microneedling – your future self with radiant, rejuvenated skin will thank you!

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