Botox in the Park is proud to offer platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy to our patients. PRP has continued to grow as a reliable way to effectively treat soft tissue and joint injuries. People experience these kinds of injuries for many reasons – sometimes they are due to intense sports or can be a result of aging or developing arthritis. In any of these cases, PRP can help heal the affected tissues more quickly. Additionally, PRP has aesthetic applications such as improving overall skin and hair health.

Our blood predominantly consists of plasma, which carries red and white blood cells and platelets. PRP is created by drawing some of the patient’s own blood and then using a centrifuge to concentrate the platelets within a sample of the plasma. This concentrated sample of platelets is then combined with the original blood sample. We can then inject this platelet-rich blood into the injured area. While results may not occur immediately, studies have shown that overall healing time is dramatically reduced, and inflammation is tempered.

If you have questions about platelet-rich plasma therapy or would like to schedule an appointment, please call Botox in the Park today at (206) 717-5622.

During PRP Microneedling, skin cells regenerate, collagen is stimulated, and the skin is rejuvenated. Some of the benefits include:

  • Slow down the aging process
  • Reduce wrinkles & reduce fine lines
  • Improves skin texture
  • Helps reduce acne scarring
  • Easily performed with minimal recovery time
  • Can be performed on any skin type
  • Almost anywhere on the body can benefit from this procedure


PRP (platelet-rich plasma) microneedling is a non-surgical technique that induces growth factor production and wound healing through micro-tissue damage.

PRP microneedling can treat minor skin imperfections such as wrinkles, fine lines, lax skin, scars, and uneven texture.

A patient usually sees improvement after 2 to 3 weeks of the procedure, and the effects tend to last up to a year.


You can expect your results to last anywhere from three to five months, and you may need follow-up treatments every two years to maintain them.