Penetration of micro needles into the dermis and deliver radio frequency pulse into the targeted tissues. The micro needles create micro injuries to the dermis initiate a healing cascade. Injured cells release growth and wound healing signals to undifferentiated cells which results in a localized inflammatory response lasting from one to six hours after the procedure, then fibroblasts are stimulated to produce new collagen. This new collagen fills in the wounded areas, atrophic scars (acneic), and thickens the skin. The heat generated by RF produces a healing response that causes collagen production and remodeling, allowing the skin to thicken and adhere closer to the muscular structure of the body.
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is blood plasma that has been enriched with platelets which involved in the clotting process. As platelets are organized in the clot, they release several different growth factors to promote healing and tissue responses including attracting stem cells to repair the damaged area. When used in injured or damaged tissue, they can induce a remodeling of the tissue to healthier and younger state.
PRP combined with RF microneedling involves penetration of micro needles into the dermis and deliver of radio frequency pulses into the targeted tissues.