Mon-Thurs 8:30am-4:30pm; Fri 8:30am-1:00pm
1259 Lake Plaza Drive, #270 Colorado Springs
Info@PerfectSkinDerm.com
719-421-7132

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) For Vaginal and Facial Rejuvenation.

A state-of-the-art treatment that harnesses the power of growth factor rich proteins in your blood to boost healthy skin regeneration.

What is involved?

PRP involves extracting a sample of your own blood, separating-out the platelet-rich plasma, and processing it to release potent growth factors from the platelets. These now-available growth factors are then injected into tissue, stimulating the pluripotent stem cells to differentiate, causing new collagen production, nerve growth and new vascularization. The protein-rich concentration is then re-maximize absorption and benefits.

In the case of facial/neck/décolletage, this delivery is facilitated through fractionated resurfacing and/or microneedling.

For feminine rejuvenation, we treat three key areas to increase remodeling/rejuvenation and generate new vascularity/ nerve growth to SIGNIFICANTLY enhance your climactic ability.

What does this do?

PRP is rich with essential nutrients and growth factors that your skin needs. It results in decreased inflammation, stimulation of skin self-repair, and promotion of healthy, younger tissue.

Am I a good candidate?

Almost all patients who are facing concerns over aging or lackluster skin can benefit from PRP. Skin will be left looking revived, luminous and healthy!

How is our Practice Different?

Perfect Skin Dermatology has purchased the most powerful system on the market to produce the most potent PRP product. Whereas most providers use a processor that can result in a growth factor concentration 1.7 times over normal baseline, ours produced a whopping SIX times concentration over baseline. The benefit to you is considerably enhanced results.

Currently, our practice is the only one in the state of Colorado using this powerful system for skin and feminine rejuvenation.

Hair Restoration

We will be adding hair restoration treatment in the very near future; stay tuned!

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