PRP contains growth factors and other bioactive molecules that stimulate cell growth and repair. When injected into the skin, these growth factors can help to increase collagen production, which is essential for maintaining the skin’s elasticity and firmness. Collagen is a protein that provides structure to the skin, and it is responsible for the skin’s smooth, youthful appearance.
By promoting collagen production, PRP can help to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, as well as improve the texture and tone of the skin. It can also help to reduce inflammation and promote healing, which can further improve the appearance of the skin.
PRP is typically administered through a series of injections, which are spaced out over several weeks. The number of injections and the frequency of treatments will depend on the individual and the extent of their skin damage. In general, PRP treatments are considered safe and effective, with minimal side effects and downtime.