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Tag Archive: PRP

Non Surgical Facial Treatments For Transgenders

May 18, 2020

Are you a transgender looking to transition? Dermal Fillers is an option for you. For those who don’t want to undergo surgery because it may be too costly, have the option of using dermal fillers. As they can do the same job as surgery by changing the features of the face anyhow you like. As such many people come to med spa in order to achieve facial feminization and masculinization through dermal fillers. FACIAL FEMINIZATION It is easier than ever to make your outer appearance a better reflection of your inner self. Facial feminization procedures have been gaining popularity among men hoping to look more approachable or transition to female, as well as among women hoping to have a more…

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Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) – What Is It, And How Does It Work?

March 26, 2018

You might have heard about PRP, also known as Platelet-Rich Plasma, already since it is one of the latest skin trends. It is no surprise, though, if you’ve only heard about its name but not how it works. Especially since it is relatively new. What is PRP? PRP or Platelet-Rich Plasma is an injectable treatment. It contains a substance made from the patient’s own blood. Yes, that means your blood. This treatment seeks to stimulate the body’s innate healing ability. How is the blood prepared? Apparently, the platelet in our blood helps in repairing broken tissues and support the creation of new and healthy cells. Hence, scientists believe that they may help in the repair of other areas in the…

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