Platelet rich plasma is developed by enriching blood with an autologous concentration of platelets. The preparation of PRP begins with whole blood, commonly obtained peripherally by venipuncture. It’s particularly good for people who suffer from rosacea or acne. An attractive component of PRP is its high concentration of growth factors which can decrease healing time and increase collagen production. PRP is commonly used in conjunction with Microneedling, Light Laser Peels or CO2RE Fractional Resurfacing. Following a treatment, PRP is applied to the treated area calming the skin. PRP stimulates collagen and elastin production which thickens and tightens thinning skin, effectively smoothing wrinkles and fine lines. Because it boosts collagen, it’s also a great treatment for improving overall skin texture and tone.