When You’re The Source Of Your Own Medicine: The Anti-Aging Facial That Everyone Is Talking About

Liquid Gold For Your Skin & Hair

PRP, also known platelet-rich plasma therapy, the vampire facial, the blood facial or PRP hair restoration is a treatment that uses your own blood to recharge your skin and hair. Your blood is drawn by standard blood draw, then put into a centrifuge where it is spun to separate the red blood cells from the plasma. The plasma, rich in growth factors that stimulate natural tissue healing, is then applied after a microneedling session or injected across the scalp at the level of the hair follicles. Historically, PRP has been used in orthopedic medicine, dentistry and reconstructive surgery to help speed up wound healing and recovery. Now, it’s one of the most popular treatments in aesthetic medicine to help damaged, aging skin grow new collagen and elastin for beautiful, youthful skin texture. PRP is one of the most sought after treatment options for hair loss and alopecia as it increases hair count, hair thickness, and the growth phase of the hair cycle.


  • Acne & acne scars
  • Stretch marks & body scars
  • Wrinkles & fine lines
  • Enlarged pores
  • Uneven skin texture
  • Aging skin
  • Under-eye puffiness & dark circles
  • Thinning hair
  • Receding hair line
  • Early hair loss

Why Microneedle Before Your PRP Facial?

Although some conditions, like thinning hair, benefit the most from targeted PRP micro-injection, when PRP is applied as a serum after microneedling, it penetrates more evenly and deeply into your skin through the tiny channels created by the treatment to provide concentrated healing capacity where you want it most. In the weeks following treatment, your skin undergoes a cellular transformation for noticeably smoother, plumper, softer skin.

To learn more about PRP therapy for skin and hair, or to book, head to our Cosmetic Dermatology page. PRP therapy will be available to our patients beginning in January 2019.

Learn More about Facial PRP & Hair Restoration on our website.


Dr. Alaina Overton, ND – January 10, 2019


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