Why PRP is the Best Choice for Undereye Rejuvenation

Undereye rejuvenation with PRP
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Over the previous few years, the demand for PRP is rising exponentially for facial rejuvenation. Unfortunately, the modern world is serving havoc on our undereye area. Pollution, poor diet, stress, and insufficient sleep lead to tired and strained-looking eyes. Lifestyle changes are crucial to improve the overall health of our skin. In our busy lives, maintaining a healthy diet, drinking lots of water, and having a good night’s sleep sometimes become complex tasks. Several factors cause your collagen levels in the skin to drop. It causes a shadowed and creased appearance with bags, dark circles, and puffiness.
Treating the undereye area is not for novice injectors because the skin around the eyes is so delicate, and any misplaced filler can result in a bluish, lumpy, and puffy appearance. An injector needs to have a deep understanding of the anatomy. PRP is considered the best choice for undereye rejuvenation. Read on to know why.

What is PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)?

PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) is a concentrated mixture of our blood plasma. It is rich in curative growth factors such as PDGF (platelet-derived growth factor), VEGF (vascular endothelial growth factor), and TGF (transforming growth factor). The Platelet-rich plasma speeds up the healing process, smooths fine lines and wrinkles, tightens and tones the skin, and accelerates collagen synthesis.

Why is PRP the Best Choice for Undereye Rejuvenation?

PRP injections are the perfect choice for addressing fine lines and wrinkles in the region around the eyes. This is because they contain the growth factors that stimulate collagen synthesis when injected into the skin. By boosting collagen production, PRP helps tighten the undereye area, minimize the visibility of aging signs, and eliminate eye bags and puffiness.
Platelet-rich plasma is also fantastic for treating dark circles because it enhances the blood flow in the eye region. Patients likely observe the improvement in puffiness and discoloration after one session. Though the results are not permanent PRP injections aid the patients in looking younger and refreshed.

PRP Procedure

The provider draws the blood from the patient’s arm and extracts the platelet-rich plasma by placing the sample in a centrifuge. The separated PRP is then reinjected to the sites where needed.
The platelet-rich plasma is injected with super fine needles for the undereye area to minimize discomfort. The consultant often combines this treatment with micro-needling to effectively treat fine lines and wrinkles. The whole process may take a maximum of 30 minutes, from the treatment area’s preparation to the appointment’s end. It allows the patient to have the procedure quickly during the lunch break.

Results of PRP for Undereye Area

PRP for undereye typically treats wrinkles, fine lines, dark circles, and puffiness. During the initial consultation, the injectable expert determines the patient’s health conditions, unique goals, and expectations from the procedure. For many patients, results likely last for one to two years, depending upon the patient’s current condition.
With PRP, you will likely see an improvement in your undereye area after the first session. However, 3-4 sessions are typically recommended for great undereye rejuvenation.

Is There Any Downtime or Side Effects of PRP for the Undereye Area?

PRP for undereye areas typically has no downtime or complicated side effects. However, most patients feel a tingling sensation after the procedure that resolves quickly within 1-2 days.
You can go back to your normal actions post-treatment. Other side effects that can be noticed may include mild swelling, itching, or irritation. As PRP is obtained from the client’s own blood, there is no risk of allergies. When performed by a trained professional, you can expect safety and efficiency from the treatment.

Ideal Candidates for PRP Undereye Rejuvenation

PRP is generally safe for all. But patients who suffer from active acne, rosacea, lupus, bleeding disorders, or autoimmune disease should avoid it.
The PRP injections can be used on the entire body to boost collagen synthesis. In addition, they are incredibly effective for undereye issues.

Book Your Appointments at James Chrisitan Cosmetics

Because of the delicate and complex structure of the eyes, it is crucial to consult an injectable expert to treat the undereye area. James Christian has a keen eye, a steady hand, and extensive knowledge of performing injectable treatments. You can book a complimentary consultation with us to determine if PRP is the proper treatment for your undereye area.

*Information in this article is not medical advice and may not be factually accurate. It is intended for entertainment purposes only. Consult with a physician before attempting any tips in this blog post and to get the most up to date factual data about any procedure or treatment.