SkinFinity RF with PRP is a skin perfecting combination therapy that uses skin-tightening Radiofrequency technology with PRP (platelet rich plasma) infusion. PRP is the most powerful stimulator of collagen synthesis that uses the concentration of at least 8 essential natural growth factors from your own body.
The treatment starts with a quick blood draw (similar to that of any blood test or blood donation) which is spun in a special centrifuge to separate out the PRP. The PRP is then applied in conjunction with the Skinfinity RF Treatment so that the nutrient-rich plasma gets deep into the skin via the newly created micro-channels.
This causes a natural and healthy production of new collagen and elastin which is what heals the treated area and reduces the appearance of imperfections on the skin.
Acne scars occur when normal tissue in the skin is destroyed and replaced with fibrous tissue. You can think of an acne lesion as a wound.
When the damage caused by acne is severe, the body can respond by creating too much tissue or too little tissue. The production of too much tissue forms a keloid or a hypertrophic scar, and too little tissue leads to that depression in the skin, or atrophic scar.
It is important to properly treat and heal the scar tissue in order to eliminate the scar on the surface. SkinFinity RF with PRP is an all-natural treatment for acne scars because it uses your own body's growth factors to repair damaged cells.
SkinFinity RF with PRP utilizes patented In-Motion technology and a design that employs a roller tip to deliver pinpoint RF (radiofrequency) through special electrodes. The SkinFinity RF roller tip glides smoothly and comfortably over your skin, delivering a precise and highly accurate level of energy.
The SkinFinity system offers powerful benefits, including a faster healing response, as well as triggering natural collagen production.
Stretch Marks develop when the dermis (middle layer of the skin) is stretched considerably over a short period, followed by sudden weight gain. The dermis is torn in places to relieve the pressure of skin stretching. When dermis starts to repair itself, it fails to acquire the regular appearance of normal skin and stretch marks can be seen.