Facial PRP


What is it?

When we use PRP we make the skin look more rejuvenated and with a
natural glow. Doctor Maria Garcia Lahens uses PRP combined with
microneedles to transform the tone and texture of her skin. She uses microneedles to create tiny channels in the skin (through which she can penetrate the PRP), then applies the PRP to stimulate collagen production for new, healthy-looking skin.


One of the simplest and most comfortable treatments to take care of your face is facial rejuvenation. Growth factors are fundamentally responsible for stimulating cell regeneration, increasing the formation of new blood vessels and producing new tissue. In other words, they activate the body in the area where they are released, helping to rebuild damaged tissue, a repairing effect that is used to rejuvenate the skin. The advantages of their use are that, as they are extracted from the patient, they do not cause allergies, rejection or contagion of diseases. Therefore, in principle there is no contraindication, since what is used are the patient's own proteins.