Best Med Spa and Skin Care Clinic
PRP Facial Rejuvenation Pre-Care Protocols
Schedule a consultation with a qualified healthcare provider or cosmetic specialist who specializes in PRP facial rejuvenation. During the consultation, discuss your skincare goals, medical history, allergies, and any medications or supplements you’re taking. This information is crucial for assessing your eligibility for the procedure. Skin Evaluation: Your provider may conduct a thorough evaluation of your skin’s condition to determine the most appropriate PRP treatment plan for your needs, which may include microneedling or injection techniques.
Avoid Blood Thinners
Leading up to your appointment, avoid blood-thinning medications or supplements (such as aspirin, ibuprofen, and fish oil) unless advised otherwise by your healthcare provider. This can help minimize the risk of bruising at the injection or treatment site.
Avoid Topical Products
In the days leading up to your PRP facial rejuvenation, avoid using retinoids or products containing glycolic acid on your skin to reduce the risk of irritation.
Maintain good hydration by drinking plenty of water in the days leading up to your appointment. Hydrated skin can respond better to PRP therapy.
Use sun protection, such as sunscreen and protective clothing, to shield your skin from UV radiation before the procedure. Sun-damaged skin may not respond as effectively to PRP.
On the day of the procedure, arrive with clean and makeup-free skin in the treatment area. Your provider will clean the area again before the PRP application.