Whenever a new month rolls around, there’s always a sense of anticipation and excitement that we’re given a chance to start over and do things right this time. The same can be said when it comes to home organisation, the maintenance of our personal relationships as well as how well we take care of ourselves. Do you ever wish you could change the way you look?
Cleanse, tone, jab — this simply might be how your skincare regime can seem like in a few years. With the skyward trend of aesthetic procedures, non-invasive and minimally-invasive treatments are speedily becoming the future of skincare. Also, the ages of clients were also getting younger and younger. Once reserved for the super-wealthy or simply in the main for age-reversal, aesthetic procedures have stopped being about looking younger, but about looking different.
One popular Clinic MF treatment that is gaining popularity is PRP, popularized as the ‘Vampire Facial’ that uses the plasma from your blood to help stimulate skin cell regeneration in the area it’s applied. The idea is by applying our own body healing mechanism, and collecting platelet layer in our own blood which contains a huge amount of growth factors, and when injected back to the particular area of the body, scalp, knee joint or face, it induces a cascade of natural self-repair system.
This treatment delivers an instant rejuvenating boost, replenishes lost collagen and helps your skin repair itself by regenerating new tissue it needs to give you vibrant and glowing skin! PRP treatment, being ultimately natural, is very safe and extremely effective at improving the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, scarring, sun damage and dull, worn-out looking skin. It can also be used to rejuvenate the eyes, face, neck, décolleté, backs of hands, scalp and other body areas.
After one session, your complexion looks instantly brighter and more refreshed, and enlarged pores appear to be less obvious. As skin cells need time to repair and regenerate, further improvements in skin tone, firmness and texture can be seen three to four weeks after the treatment.