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Microneedling is a minimally invasive cosmetic procedure used to rejuvenate the skin and address various skin care concerns.

How It Works:

A device with hundreds of tiny needles is applied to the skin to produce microscopic puncture wounds in the top layers of the skin. The body naturally attempts to repair the damage by producing collagen and elastin during healing.

How Many Treatments Are Necessary?

The number of treatments will depend on your unique skin concerns, your goals, and the results you desire. 

What Issues Can Microneedling Address?

  • Fine lines & wrinkles

  • Enlarged Pores

  • Acne Scars

  • Uneven skin tone & texture


A 100% Natural Rejuvenation treatment to improve your skin appearance using your own cells.

How It Works

Platelet-rich fibrin therapy, related to PRP, has traditionally been applied in surgical procedures to speed up the body’s natural healing process and treat wound healing. However, thanks to recent technological evolutions, the cosmetics industry can now employ it to treat issues such as a loss of volume, sagging skin, fine lines, hair loss and other effects associated with aging.

What Is The Treatment Like?

  • A small sample of your blood is collected in the ezPRF tubes.

  • The ezPRF tubes are then spun in order to separate your red blood cells from everything else. The centrifugal force generated pushes the heavier red blood cells to the bottom of the tube.

  • Once the centrifugation is complete, the top layer of the tube's content is collected. This layer is composed of your very own Platelets and white blood cells.

  • Lastly, you will receive it by having an injection performed directly on your skin for facial rejuvenation or on your scalp for hair restoration.


If you are looking to treat your skin from the inside out with your own nutrient rich plasma, then PRP treatments could be your answer. PRP treatments can help transform your skin and leave you feeling and looking more refreshed.

How It Works

We will take a blood sample and then use a spinning tool called a centrifuge to separate the PRP from the rest of the blood.

PRP contains proteins, including growth factors and cytokines. These proteins help skin tissue repair itself.

Then a practitioner will use a microneedling tool to prick the skin, making tiny holes in the skin’s surface. They will then apply PRP to these tiny holes to encourage collagen production and cell reproduction. (Can also be injected into the scalp to promote hair growth.)

Issues That PRP Can Address

  • Fine Lines & Wrinkles

  • Acne Scars

  • Hyperpigmentation

  • Sun Damage

  • Large Pores

  • Uneven Skin Texture

  • Hair Loss/ Thinning

Have more questions or ready to book your consultation?

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