Skin rejuvenation refers to the process of using various treatments to reduce fine lines and wrinkles as well as lighten areas of hyperpigmentation. Rejuvenating skin treatments can include a microdermabrasion, micro needling, chemical peel, or laser skin rejuvenation to obtain the desired results of a fresher looking face. New River Women’s Health is pleased to offer these new treatments we look forward to helping you meet your skin care goals.
Microdermabrasion is a minimally invasive procedure used to revitalize overall skin tone and texture. Microdermabrasion utilizes a medical device, like a wand, with an abrasive tip is used to exfoliate the face. It can improve the appearance of:
- fine lines
- acne scarring
- sun damage
- age spots
- other skin-related concerns and conditions
With microdermabrasion there is no preparation, no pain and no downtime. Schedule a consultation with our skin specialist today!
PRP – Platelet Rich Plasma
Microdermabrasion and micro needling are skin treatment procedures used to minimize the signs of aging and restore and renew a fresh looking you! Platelet Rich Plasma or PRP is used in conjunction with these procedures to enhance the results. One tube of blood is drawn from the arm and processed in the lab to harvest the plasma which contains platelets and growth factors. The serum created is applied during the microdermabrasion and/or the micro needling procedures. PRP can create more tightness in the skin and speed the healing process along. PRP can help you achieve your desired results faster.
Micro-needling is an FDA-approved, minimally invasive skin treatment procedure designed to improve the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and skin texture. It is shown to improve acne scars and large pores.
Micro-needling uses a medical device to create micro-channels in the skin stimulating the body’s own natural healing process by generating new collagen and minimizing cellular damage. The results are effective and offer smoother, firmer and more toned skin.
With micro-needling procedures, there is mild discomfort, but no downtime. We can use local numbing to help with the discomfort prior to the procedure.