LA Med Spa Debuts PRF Treatment

Blue Medi Spa's Blue Blood Protein Infusion uses Platelet Rich Fibrin therapy (PRF) to rejuvenate and repair the skin. // Photo credit: Erstudiostok/iStock/Getty Images Plus

The Blue Blood Protein Infusion at Blue Medi Spa (Los Angeles), is a new procedure that will boost collagen production in skin. It uses Platelet Rich Fibrin therapy (PRF) to rejuvenate and repair the skin.

“By infusing growth factors and stem cells from clients’ own systems, they have a 100 percent natural way of increasing collagen production and regenerating younger, longer-living cells,” says Ronda Nofal, founder and owner of Blue Medi Spa.

The Blue Blood Protein Infusion is similar to the Vampire Facial. However, the Blue Blood facial uses a more concentrated amount of growth factors and stem cells, meaning that the client receives enhanced tissue regeneration and collagen production. First, a numbing cream may be applied to the area of treatment, depending on need and area being treated. Then, approximately two to four vials of blood are drawn from the patients arm. The tubes of blood are then centrifuged to separate the PRF component cells. The liquid is then transferred into a syringe and applied topically or injected using a fine needle.

PRF is known to be effective with as little as one to four treatments, in most cases, though no guarantees can be made regarding specific benefit from this procedure. The nature of any cosmetic procedure may require a patient to return for numerous visits to achieve the desired results and/or to determine whether PRF is effective in treating their concerns. Clients will need little downtime after receiving the injection, but if it’s infused topically, the side effects will diminish within 24 hours.

Blue Medi Spa offers three different types of PRF Therapy services, including injectable PRF, dermal fillers mixed with PRF, and microneedling with PRF. 

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