Choose from Three Options
- $349 for one PRP-and-hydradermie lift ($980 value)
- $259 for one PRP facial ($800 value)
- $699 for three PRP facials ($2,400 value)
- Platelets Reach Plasma (PRP) therapy is a treatment widely recognized and used worldwide. There is much research that confirms the effectiveness of this treatment for post-surgical wound healing and skin ulcers.
- PRP is also growing in popularity in orthopedic and pain medicine. PRP injections into the joints are known to restore cartilage, decrease pain, and improve function capacity.
- Other targets for PRP treatment include facial wrinkles, acne scars, cellulite, and stretch marks. Because PRP’s source is your own body, there are no risks of adverse immune reaction and infection transmission.
- In combination with a Hydradermie lift, a complete workout for the face muscles can be attained. By stimulating the muscles, Hydralift rejuvenates facial features and oxygenates the skin.
Pores: Wells of Oil Enriching Your Skin
Facial treatments help keep skin radiant by clearing out your pores. Check out Groupon’s guide to these barely visible but vital vents in your skin.
Like it or not, there’s a lot of oil and dead skin cells on your face right now. This mixture constantly travels up hair follicles under your skin and out through holes in the surface. Yet this isn’t a bad thing. In fact, the oil and skin cells actually protect your skin from bacteria and keep it moisturized. It may sound like the perfect breeding ground for acne, but this environment doesn’t cause you to break out. Rather, it’s when this mixture of oil and cells can’t get out—when the pores get clogged—that breakouts occur.
When an excess of oil and skin cells—as well as dirt, grime, or lost pennies—collects in the pores, bacteria make their way to the blockage, causing inflammation and acne. To remove this blockage and keep the pores clean, facial treatments aim to clean and loosen dry skin cells—a process known as exfoliation. Whether done manually, as in microdermabrasion or scrubs, or chemically, as in an acid peel or retinoid, exfoliation removes the debris to keep pores clear and bacteria free. Still, such treatments should be done in moderation—too much exfoliation can strip away the otherwise healthy levels of oil and skin cells that keep skin healthy.