The One Secret To Glowing Skin: Combining Morpheus8 & PRP
Millions of people are looking to anti-aging treatments to maintain a youthful glow. And while there’s nothing wrong with wanting to ensure time is as kind to us as possible, it can be overwhelming to decide on what procedure is best for you.
If you’re yearning for something that will give you Botox-like results but aren’t ready to take the plunge, this article is for you.
The combination of Morpheus8 treatments with PRP treatments is the secret to glowing skin. Keep reading to find out what each treatment involves, and how they work well together.
What is Morpheus8?
Morpheus8 is a fractional aesthetic treatment that can be used to treat a range of skin conditions, including wrinkles, acne scars, sun damage, and age spots.
Fractional aesthetics works by using microneedling to create smooth, even results. It works by using tiny needles to create shallow microchannels in the skin, which stimulates collagen production. This helps your body repair damaged skin cells more quickly and promotes faster healing times.
Nexx MD uses Morpheus8 - a state-of-the-art device using two different types of needles that penetrate just beneath your surface skin layer, creating channels that are only 20 microns deep. This allows your body to produce more collagen than it would with other devices that don’t go as deep into the dermal layer of your skin.
What is the Morpheus8 treatment like?
The Morpheus8 treatment works by using a handheld machine head with eight different needles. Your aesthetician will then gently glide it over the treatment area in small movements so that each needle can target different sections. The process takes about 20 minutes per session and there are usually four sessions needed before you see results.
Treatments should be spaced at least six weeks apart so that your skin has time to recover between sessions. It will also ensure any swelling or redness doesn’t interfere with treatments done too close together.
What is a PRP treatment?
PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) cosmetic injectable treatments are all the rage in the skincare world right now because they can help boost collagen production, reduce wrinkles and even improve skin tone.
It’s a non-surgical procedure that aims to help your body produce more collagen. This is done by taking a small sample of your own blood and separating out the platelets from the red cells. Platelets contain proteins called growth factors and when injected back into your skin they release those growth factors which stimulate the production of new collagen and elastin.
These proteins also trigger your body’s own healing response by releasing cytokines (signaling molecules) that promote cellular repair and rejuvenation.
Why do they work well together?
PRP is a cosmetic injectable that uses your own blood and platelets to regenerate new tissue. The platelets contain growth factors and other important proteins that help rebuild damaged tissues and stimulate blood flow, which causes the body to produce collagen. On the other hand, Morpheus8 is a non-surgical facelift that uses radiofrequency technology to tighten skin and also stimulate collagen production.
The combination of these two treatments can produce results similar to those of Botox injections or dermal fillers but via less invasive procedures. They’re perfect for those on the fence about injectables and who want to try an alternative route first. Plus, there's no downtime with either type of treatment, so you can go back to your normal life immediately after each session.
Who should consider a Morpheus8 and PRP treatment combo?
These treatments work together to reduce wrinkles, improve elasticity and create a more youthful appearance. A combination of PRP cosmetic injectable treatments and Morpheus8 treatments can be a great option for anyone who is looking to improve the appearance of their skin and increase the level of collagen in the skin.
You’ll see results quickly, with noticeable improvements within just a few weeks. They’re perfect for anyone who wants to improve their skin’s appearance such as the ones below:
- Fine lines
- Uneven pigmentation
- Acne scars.
- Sun damage
- Age spots on face and neck area
If you're interested in learning more about how these treatments can help you achieve your goals, contact us today for a complimentary consultation.