Platelet Rich Fibrin: An Anti-Aging Treatment to Fall in Love With

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At The Ahesthetics Studio, we’re passionate about providing you with the most advanced beauty and wellness treatments to keep you looking and feeling your best.

Because we’re a medical and wellness spa, we’re able to provide clients with advanced treatments that you wouldn’t be able to receive at your standard spa. Platelet Rich Fibrin (PRF) is one such advanced treatment.

How Does PRF Work for Facial Rejuvenation?

PRF is an add-on treatment that can help increase the benefits you get from other anti-aging treatments, including fillers, microneedling, and hair growth treatments. As such, PRF is a great addition if you’re already seeking services like cryotherapy near you.

Here’s how PRF works. Upon arriving for your appointment, a small amount of blood will be drawn by one of our skilled, highly trained medical professionals. From there, we will put your blood into a centrifuge, which spins the blood, allowing the red and white blood cells to bind, creating a collagen-rich formula, which we will then apply to your face. 

If you know anything about anti-aging treatments, then you’re likely well aware of how important fresh collagen is in keeping the skin plump and wrinkle-free. 

In addition, PRF is an all-natural treatment that involves no additives or chemicals. Instead, we rely solely on your blood to help smoothen the skin and restore youthful glow back into your face, making it an excellent option for those who want to achieve a natural, fresh face glow without having to undergo invasive surgery. 

If you’ve been looking for a clinic that offers PRF treatment near you, we’ve got you covered. 

However, if you want a treatment that can deliver equally fast and impactful results without having to draw your blood, we also bring IV therapy spa near you as an excellent alternative to restore vibrance in the skin.

What Makes PRF Different From Traditional Platelet Rich Plasma? (PRP)

If you’re familiar with our other wellness practices, you might have already heard of traditional PRP treatments, and are wondering how the two treatments might be different. Well, in a nutshell, PRF is considered the upgraded version of PRP. 

PRF uses a higher concentration of platelets, fibrin, white blood cells, and even a small amount of stem cells, which you won’t find present in PRP therapy. At the core, PRF is just a more advanced version of PRP. We highly encourage all of our clients to test out both treatments so they can personally experience the difference and find out which works better for them.

What is PRF? 

Platelet Rich Fibrin (PRF) is the evolution of blood concentrate therapy; sometimes referred to as  the next generation PRP. Unlike Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), PRF is free of additives and is 100%  natural. It consists of platelets, WBC, fibrin and even mesenchymal stem cells (not found in PRP)  and are excellent for aesthetic indications. PRF allows for the slow release of growth factors from  platelets over days versus hours with PRP.

How is it used? 
• As a standalone autologous filler 
• In conjunction with microneedling 
• As an adjunct treatment with fillers 
• For hair growth & rejuvenation

PRF for Hair Loss

If you’re already familiar with PRP, then you’ll know that we often use PRP to help assist with hair loss. Unsurprisingly, PRF can also be used for the same end, with even better results. 

Your search for a clinic that offers hair growth treatment near you ends today. At The Ahesthetics Studio, we finally have a solution to thinning hair through PRF.

Are You Ready to Book Your First PRF Treatment?

If you want to boost the results of your anti-aging treatment, may it be facial rejuvenation or hair regrowth, PRF can help you achieve the results you want and deserve. With The Ahesthetics Studio as your go-to Medspa, finding facial rejuvenation near you has never been this easy. 

Book your PRF Treatment today and start to see immediate results in the form of facial rejuvenation, healthy hair growth, or both.