Platelet-Rich Plasma harnesses the body’s healing powers for growth and rejuvenation.
Platet Rich Plasma (PRP) injections produce wildly successful results by accelerating the body’s natural wound healing process and production of collagen and elastin to aid in skin rejuvenation!
- Reduces appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
- Reduces dark under-eye circles
- Volumizes cheeks
- Reduces hair thinning and an itchy scalp
- Tightens and firms skin
- PRP Facial Injections: We recommend treatment every 6-12 months, depending on the defecit
- PRP Hair Restoration: We recommend 4 treatments every 4 weeks and then maintenance treatments every 6-12 months
- PRP Facial Injections:
- Potential bruising and swelling
- PRP Hair Restoration:
- No washing hair for 24 hours
- No wearing hats for 24 hours
- Sore scalp
At Aspire, our PRP treatments include:
How does PRP work?
Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) injections are an effective way to increase your body’s own healing and growth processes. PRP is derived from the patient’s own blood that has a high concentration of growth factors & MAP proteins that have anti-inflammatory and regenerative properties. These growth factors go to the site of an injury and speed up the healing process by recognizing what the body needs and producing it. Read more about the aesthetic uses for PRP injections.
At Aspire, we use PRP for aesthetic purposes like to tighten and firm sagging skin, reduce dark circles around the eyes (tear troughs), activate dormant hair follicles into an active growth phase on the scalp. There are practical applications to reduce stress incontinence and for sexual rejuvenation for both men and women.
Benefits of PRP
Stimulates Collagen Generation
Reduces Fine Lines & Wrinkles
Tightens Lines Around Eyes
Reduces Dark Under-Eye Circles
Activates Hair Follicles
Speeds Up Wound Healing
Liquid Gold PRP & Genius PRP
The type centrifuge used to separate the red blood cells from the plasma determines the concentration of platelets. The more powerful the centrifuge, the higher the concentration of platelets. The color of PRP is the number one indicator of how concentrated in platelets the PRP is. Highly concentrated PRP is orange and standard PRP is gold (often called Liquid Gold). The concentration of platelets factors into the results each patient gets from their treatment.
Liquid Gold PRP is the most common type of PRP treatment available on the market (locally and nationally). This PRP contains about 2,500 to 3,500 platelets.
Genius PSP is the most concentrated treatment available in the nation and Aspire is one of the only offices in Colorado that offers it. Genius PRP. It is 400 times more concentrated in platelets than Liquid Gold and contains 1 million platelets. Genius PRP is the most effective PRP treatment that we office because of its high concentration.