What is a Platelet Rich Plasma Facelift?
The PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) Facelift uses your body's natural growth factors to address skin defects and volume loss, triggering production of new cells and collagen formation. The internal components of your blood contain growth factors designed to restore and strengthen your skin and body. When you get injured or cut, these factors in your blood heal your body naturally. We use these naturally occurring growth factors from your own body to repair and strengthen your skin resulting in a more youthful appearance.
News & Media
Our practice and doctors have been
featured on many popular news programs.
How is the Procedure Performed?
Our procedure entails taking a small amount of blood from your arm and then we process your blood to obtain the PRP (platelet rich plasma). This platelet-rich plasma is injected into areas of your face that need correction (fine lines and wrinkles). These activated growth factors along with our fractionated microneedling device can boost collagen and elastin production which leads to skin tightening, wrinkle reduction, and improvements of skin tone and texture.
Benefits of PRP Facelift
The PRP treatment is the latest advancement in reversing lines and wrinkles, offering an anti-aging solution for the face, neck and chest for all skin types and ages.
Dr. Gin is a member of prestigious medical societies and organizations.
Complementary Cosmetic Consultations
With the vast number of cosmetic procedures available to you, let us help you select the ones that are best for you. We offer free cosmetic consultations with Dr. Gin to help you look your very best. Call 408 356 1000 to schedule your consultation or request an appointment.
About Our Doctor
Dr. Iris Gin is the NBC Living Well
Expert in Dermatology and is one of
the most recognizable names in the
field of dermatology. She has been
featured on numerous news and media including NBC, KRON, Best of the Bay TV, and SJ Mercury News.
Kalia Dermatology & Laser Center
15055 Los Gatos Boulevard, Suite 100
Los Gatos, CA 95032
(408) 356 1000
(408) 356 1125 (Fax)