PRF for Undereyes
Undereyes part of the lower lids and located near the nose. As you age, this facial feature often hollows and makes you look gaunt and older. Hollowing is due to the depletion of fat in the area. Taking care of the undereye area requires a steady hand, finesse, and a highly skilled aesthetic injector. Skin thickness, color, underlying bone structure, lack of fat pockets all play a part in determining how to address the appearance of undereyes in this delicate area.
Platelet-Rich Fibrin, also known as PRF is an FDA-approved comprehensive therapy used for skin rejuvenation. In PRF, the patient’s own blood is drawn, spun down in a centrifuge and the plasma isolated to use during the PRF injection treatment. The plasma or “liquid gold” are rich in important growth factors that promote collagen production and cellular rejuvenation.
1. Improves subtle hollowness
2. Improves skin integrity
3. It’s all-natural
|Downtime||Slight swelling for 24 hours, possible bruising for up to 1 week|
|Topical Anesthetic Used?||Yes|
PRF for Undereyes FAQ
What does PRF treatments for undereyes do?
What is the difference between PRP and PRF?
Is PRF Safe?
Using PRF (platelet-rich fibrin) as a treatment for under eyes is natural. PRF is made from your blood, and there is little risk of allergic reactions. In addition, the concentrated blood plasma or platelets contain healing growth factors and is the part of blood the starts the coagulation process.
When do you see results?
How many treatments do I need and how long does it last?
Should I do filler or PRF for my undereyes?
It depends! Tear trough of under eye filler addresses volume loss. PRF addresses skin integrity. In other words, they treat different problems seen in the under eye area. Some patients need one vs the other. Some need both. Our advanced aesthetic injectors will help determine which treatment is best for you during your comprehensive consultation.