PRP is organic, and it works in ways you won’t believe.

As we have mentioned before, Kim, Colby, and I have the incredible opportunity to continuously learn about new products and services that we can offer to both our loyal and potential clients and friends.

We’re really excited about PRP!

One of these is called Platelet-Rich Plasma or PRP injections.

Most likely, few of you have any idea what Platelet-Rich Plasma is, so we’ll make this simple; PRP is a minute platelet found in our own blood plasma. These platelets are packed with molecules call Growth Factors. PRP is organic, and it works in ways you won’t believe, stimulating your body to grow new, healthy cells and promote healing. Minimally invasive, it can be done in less than ½  hour and because it’s natural, it virtually eliminates the possibility of negative side effects.

Yes, it’s true.

That’s why I’m so excited to be uniquely involved with it. I can’t tell you how fortunate I am to have aligned myself with a Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) company which I have been able to introduce to other medical practices… everywhere from Orthopedic, to OB/Gyn, to Pain Management, Hair Restoration, and of course other MediSpas and Plastic Surgeons.

I had one of the knowledgeable leaders of the US division come into Colorado and work with myself and a few of the offices, and I learned much more about PRP, as well as about the company I represent.

Being at the front is so important.

Regen Labs is the international company based in Switzerland, whose products are now distributed in 87 countries including the USA.  They have 67 scientists that work for them, and are getting bigger all the time.  We are actually working on getting FDA approval on Stem Cell products in the US that we currently distribute in Europe, and we will be only the 5th company in the world to produce our own Hyaluronic Acid filler.

Only the best for you.

In light of this information, I am confident in offering our friends and clients a superior product of PRP Treatments, at a more than fair price, as I am aware of what is out there, and what is usually charged.

It’s so worth it.

The results we have seen being achieving are significant. If you’re thinking about getting PRP Injections , please call us with any questions you may have, as we love this procedure and the people who have already had them also love them.

Additionally, don’t forget to ask about or meet with our new medical supervisor, Dr. James Boland, as he is now doing quite a bit of Botox and fillers for our clients. In addition, he is able to do hair restorations with the same PRP we are using.

Stay well, stay warm, and please stay in touch….

Steve, Kim, Colby, Mariela, Dr. Boland

Microdermabrasion Benefits

Microdermabrasion Benefits
Are You a Candidate for Microdermabrasion?
Microdermabrasion is useful for treating and approving the appearance of:

  • Light scarring
  • Age spots
  • Black heads
  • Hyperpigmentation (patches of darkened skin)
  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Elongated pores
  • Acne and acne scars

If you are interested in microdermabrasion, talk to your skin care professional about  different treatment options. During this consultation, be prepared to discuss your treatment goals. In general, microdermabrasion is a safe and effective treatment. However, only you and your skin care professional can decide whether this treatment is right for you.

Rejuvenate Skin Without Surgery

Are you frustrated by the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, age spots, black heads, acne scars or stretch marks? If so, microdermabrasion may be an effective treatment option for improving your skin’s appearance. Microdermabrasion is a non-surgical way to rejuvenate the skin.

The skin is made up of two layers: the epidermis and the dermis. The epidermis is the top skin layer and is made of mature skin cells as well as those that have died. The topmost part of the epidermis is known as the “stratum corneum,” which acts as a barrier between the outside world and your lower skin layers. The stratum corneum is the skin layer that is home to many imperfections, including fine lines and blemishes, as well as dead, dry skin cells.

Microdermabrasion specifically targets the stratum corneum, removing dead and dying skin cells.
Microdermabrasion uses an abrasive instrument with tiny sand particles or a single, diamond-tipped wand to gently break up the stratum cornea. Professional treatments use a specialized tool equipped with a stream of tiny crystals and a vacuum suction to collect the leftover dead skin cells. The body interprets this abrasion as a minor injury and rushes to replace lost skin cells with new healthy ones.

Initially following treatment there may be mild swelling and redness. Depending on skin sensitivity, this swelling and redness can last between a few hours or up to two days. Once the swelling and redness is gone, the skin will feel smoother thanks to the new, healthy skin cells. Additionally, some of the skin’s visible imperfections, including fine lines, blemishes and sun damage, will be removed. Finally, by disturbing the stratum corneum, this temporarily removes the skin’s outer barrier, so the active ingredients in creams and moisturizers can penetrate through to the lower layers of skin. Following treatment, most skin care professionals will recommend a special moisturizer or facial product to penetrate the stratum corneum and prolong treatment results.

Studies suggest that repeated microdermabrasion treatments are an effective way to promote new skin growth while removing fine lines and deep blemishes. Microdermabrasion is especially effective for cleaning out clogged pores. It is a popular alternative treatment for individuals with skin that is too sensitive for anti-acne drugs like Retin-A. Depending on the severity of skin damage, most individuals receive an initial two treatments in the first month, followed by monthly treatments as part of a maintenance plan.


American Society of Plastic Surgeons, “Mircrodermabrasion Treatments.” 2014