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Microneedling uses small, sterilized medical grade needles to prick the skin. The purpose is to smooth the skin by generating new collagen and help whatever topical products you put on penetrate into the skin for better efficacy.  This aesthetic treatment is most commonly used on the face, and is thought to reduce acne, scars, dark spots, wrinkles, and large pores. It can be combined with hyaluronic acid, PRP or PRF protein rich plasma or fibrin, and stem cells. Medical grade microneedling is important- you want sterile fresh needles which go to a specific depth (which varies based on thickness of the skin).

The procedure is minimally invasive. You will have redness for the first 24 hours. The treatment takes about 30-60 minutes, depending on area covered.  Best results are seen with a series of treatments.

Why not do this at home? It is important that you stimulate the skin without causing infection or scarring. Blunt needles, non sterile needles, and uneven depth of needles are all issues.

PRP / PRF Protein Rich Plasma

PRP has been around for a decade. PRP stands for protein rich plasma or protein rich fibrin,. How do you get it? It is a simple blood draw, then your blood isspun in a centrifuge, and then the plasma component is separated out.

Why? PRP is though this has regenerative properties. PRP has shown to be effective for hair regrowth, particularly when used with microneedling.

Here we are using facial microneedling to help the PRP/PRF penetrate into the skin. This helps improve the skin texture and quality.

Interior of a patient's office at Biohackr Health


Exosomes is a broad category. The actual exosome helps with intercellular communication. Exosomes are thought to be important for immune response, tumor progression, and neurodegenerative diseases.  Why? Because exosomes are derived from stem cells.

There are over 2000 exosomes out there. Some are plant based, hematopoetic, embryonic, neural, endothelial, and placental. When researching the applications, you have to see how it is being applied. Is it IV? Topically? Research shows it may help new blood vessels form after organ injury; it may be used to make a vaccine to fight leukemia; it may have cardioprotective effects. For our uses, we are concerned with how it improves skin quality.

This is a burgeoning field. But there appears to be a true regenerative effect.

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