Microneedling is an effective form of collagen induction therapy. Microneedling serums or PRP builds collagen. It does so as it reduces scarring, minimizes pores, improves wrinkles and fine lines, and lightens hyperpigmentation.
PRP Used in Microneedling
The most effective microneedling is when your own blood PRP (platelet rich plasma) is used. Here's how it works. Ten ml (1 vial) of your blood is drawn, centrifuged, and the platelet rich and fibrin rich portion of the blood plasma is retrieved for treatment by injection. Platelets and growth factors from your own blood stimulate a stem cell response; stem cells grow new tissue where it is injected. PRP also stimulates collagen and blood vessels. Since PRP is taken from your own blood, there is no risk for allergic reaction or rejection.
More details about PRP effects to your skin
Platelets and growth factors from your own blood stimulate a stem cell response, which turn into new connective tissue (skin) cells. They also stimulate collagen and blood vessels, cause repair of damaged skin, and to help slow skin aging.[iii] Because it comes from your own blood, there is no risk for allergic reaction or rejection. Six ml (in 1 vial) of your blood is drawn and spun down by a centrifuge for approximately 6 minutes to retrieve the platelet rich and fibrin rich portion of the blood plasma. This is then re-injected into the tissue being treated.