prp facial in New York City
A Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Facial uses your own blood to naturally rejuvenate and restore the health of your skin by stimulating the activity of your skin cells. The PRP Facial in New York City combines microneedling and PRP to stimulate the production of collagen, elastin, and new blood vessels, creating a more youthful appearance.
At Central Park Beauty,
we embrace every blemish,
Our perception of beauty isn’t skewed by false realities, our focus is centered on you and your health – from the inside out.
At Central Park Beauty we’re central to you –
your health, your look, your lifestyle.
PRP Facial in New York City works to combat these factors.
As mother nature takes its toll from the outside, your skin is decreasing collagen production deep within the layers of the skin. A PRP facial can rejuvenate the skin both externally and internally.
Years of exposure to environmental factors, such as pollution, sun damage, cold temperatures, and dry winds can cause your skin to wear the effects of external damage.
40 - 60 minutes
1 - 2 days
What PRP Facials Treat
- Dull skin
- Fine lines
- Sagging skin
- Acne scarring
- Poor texture
How does a PRP Facial work?
PRP is created from a small sample of your blood which is spun in a centrifuge and divided into its separate components.
PRP is the liquid portion of the blood infused with a high concentration of platelets – these cells are responsible for clotting but also contain a high number of natural growth factors. The platelets are then injected/micro-needled back into the skin generate a thicker, more rejuvenated skin tone and texture.
A natural solution
PRP uses your body’s own natural resources to rejuvenate your skin. Therefore, you don’t have to worry about any side effects of unnatural substances or rejection.
Quick & painless rejuvenation
The PRP Facial takes approximately 40-60 minutes to perform. Since your medical professional numbs your face before the treatment it is nearly painless.
After repeated years of exposure to environmental factors like sun damage, cold temperatures, and dry winds – the skin will start to show the effects.
— Annie Price