Online Course | PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) for Aesthetics
If you're looking to expand your practice, consider adding PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) to your offerings. This procedure improves your patient's skin texture by promoting the growth of new collagen.
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) for aesthetics is a natural progression of services for any aesthetic practice and can complement your existing non-invasive aesthetic patient procedures to provide longer lasting results, reduce facial wrinkles and deep folds, plump up sagging skin, improve tone and texture, and more!
Why should you offer PRP (platelet-rich plasma) to your patients?
PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) is a type of regenerative therapy that uses the body's own ability to heal itself:
- Increases the natural growth factors and cytokines that the patient's body uses to heal and repair itself.
- Patients have minimal to no downtime and see visible results within weeks. Results last up to 18 months.
- Benefit people with uneven skin tone, hyperpigmentation, fine lines and wrinkles, visible signs of aging and acne scars.
- Combine PRP for aesthetics with other skin rejuvenation treatments like microneedling to stimulate collagen production and provide your patients with better, long-lasting results.
What is Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) for Aesthetics?
PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) is a type of regenerative therapy that utilizes the body's innate ability to heal itself while turning back the hands of time. Aesthetic medicine practitioners use PRP to reduce facial wrinkles and deep folds, plump sagging skin, improve skin tone and texture, and reduce acne scars.
In a simple three-step process, the patient's own blood is separated by placing it in a centrifuge and the platelet-rich plasma is re-injected into the affected area. Patients love this process because it is a natural application and they have minimal to no downtime. Results are visible within a few weeks for most and can last months before another application is needed!
Adding this procedure as an adjunct to existing aesthetic offerings such as fillers and microneedling can increase patient satisfaction and increase revenue per patient. There is an initial equipment investment to purchase a centrifuge for the blood separation process and PRP tubes. However, after this initial investment, your cost per patient is quite low because you are using the patient's own blood in the process.