Skin Goals Membership
Billed $299 per month, +$750 One-Time Initial Payment
Over $2,200 in annual savings
Over $1,000 in skin care products alone
Earn Brilliant Distinction Points
Receive exclusive promos all year
20% off Skin Care on the day of your appointments
First combined payment is less than our regular PRP alone!
This PRP centered membership includes Four Appointments:
Second Apt: PRP & IPL or PEARL laser (treatment will be determined by patient’s skin type)
Third Apt: PRP & HydraFacial MD
Fourth Apt: PRP with PRP injections & HydraFacial MD
*Appointments will be scheduled every three months
-Improving under-eye circles
-Treating acne scars
-Improving overall skin texture
-Reducing pore size
-Skin tightening and smoothing
-Plumping up sagging skin
-Reducing deep creases in the skin
+ What is Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) & How Does it Work?...
PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) Therapy purports to rejuvenate the skin by injecting your own blood plasma under your dermis, to stimulate cell growth and collagen production. And it's become quite a sought-after non-surgical procedure. It promises to improve complexion and texture and restore lost facial volume..
+ Am I a good canadiate for PRP?...
Because PRP therapy uses cells from your own body, most people are excellent candidates for the procedure to treat: Dark under-eye circles, Crow’s feet, Fine lines around the mouth, Crepey skin in neck, chest, and eye areas, Coarse skin texture, Dull or gray skin tone ,Sun damage, Acne scars, Large pores.
PRP is not recommended for patients who have blood-related disorders, anemia or cancers of the blood or bone. Those taking blood thinners or non-steroidal anti-inflammatories (NSAIDs) should stop these medications for a few weeks before treatment and several days following it, based on their own physician’s directions.
+ How long will PRP last?...
Botox and other filler treatments break down with time, but the Platelet Rich Plasma lasts and looks better as long as 18 months to two years.
+ What should I avoid before PRP treatment?...
Those taking blood thinners or non-steroidal anti-inflammatories (NSAIDs) should stop these medications for a few weeks before treatment and several days following it, based on their own physician’s directions.
For 12 hours before treatment:
• No applications of Retin-A products
• No auto-immune therapies(please consult with the physician first)
For 24 hours before treatment:
• No sunburns or extended sun exposure
• Skin must be clean and free of makeup or other products
• If acne appears before your treatment appointment, your clinician will evaluate whether it is safe to proceed.
+ What should I avoid after PRP treatment?...
• For at least 6 hours, do not touch the treated area
• For up to 2 weeks, the treated area may feel firm, but it will soften over time, and you should see supple, younger skin. Call if you have any lumps or unevenness
• For 72 hours, do not scrub, exfoliate, or aggressively massage the treated area
• You may experience an itchy sensation and dryness of the treated area. You may use Vaseline® or another moisturizer to ease these symptoms
• For up to 72 hours, you may experience mild discomfort and swelling. Over-the-counter pain medications can treat this, but do not take aspirin because it thins the blood, which can cause complications
• You may use an ice pack to lessen discomfort, bruising, and swelling, but place a thin cloth like a dishtowel between the ice pack and your skin and apply only in 5-minute intervals
• For 24 to 48 hours, we advise that you sleep on your back only, with your head somewhat elevated. This helps to lessen swelling and bruising
• You may experience some bruising, which is normal. You may use makeup over these areas (but wait 6 hours after treatment before applying). Bruises disappear within a few days