The realm of aesthetic treatments has evolved significantly, presenting individuals with a multitude of options to enhance their natural beauty. Among these options, natural aesthetics approaches like Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP), Oxygen therapy, and Micro-needling have gained prominence. Offering distinct advantages over traditional aesthetic treatments, these natural approaches harness the body’s innate abilities to rejuvenate and repair. Whether an individual is looking for enhanced facial aesthetics or improved skin health, these procedures provide safe and effective alternatives. As with any medical treatment, it is essential to consult with a qualified professional to determine the most suitable option based on individual needs and desired outcomes.

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Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP)

PRP therapy involves extracting platelets from the patient’s blood, concentrating them, and administering them back into the desired area. This natural approach promotes tissue regeneration and rejuvenation. Compared to traditional treatments like Botox or dermal fillers, PRP offers a more organic alternative, utilizing the body’s own resources to stimulate collagen production and cellular repair. Its long-lasting effects and minimal side effects make it an appealing option for those seeking natural aesthetic improvements.

Oxygen Therapy

Oxygen therapy is gaining recognition for its versatile applications in the field of aesthetics. It involves introducing medically pure oxygen gas into the body in various forms, such as injections or topical administrations. This treatment has been shown to promote blood circulation, aid in detoxification, and enhance cellular oxygenation. In comparison to chemical peels or laser resurfacing, oxygen therapy offers a non-invasive option with minimal discomfort and quick recovery time. It harnesses the potential of oxygen’s natural healing properties to address various dermatological issues, making it an attractive choice for individuals who prefer holistic approaches.


Micro-needling, also known as collagen induction therapy, involves using a device with fine needles to create controlled micro-injuries to the skin. This process stimulates collagen and elastin production, resulting in improved skin texture, reduced scarring, and diminished wrinkles. Unlike invasive procedures like facelifts or chemical peels, micro-needling is minimally invasive and has shorter recovery time. Furthermore, it has a lower risk of complications and is suitable for various skin types. Its natural mechanism of activating the body’s healing response makes it a preferred choice for those seeking a gentle yet effective method to enhance their appearance.

What is Skinpen Micro-needling Device?

At Purist Natural Medicine, we use the SkinPen, an FDA approved micro-needling device designed to stimulate the skin’s natural ability to produce new collagen and elastin for healthier, younger feeling skin. This anti-aging treatment is designed to utilize the body’s own physiological wound healing process to increase collagen formation. This means nothing fake or synthetic is used during the processing or treatment.

What is micro-needling?

Micro-needling is a controlled “micro-trauma” to the skin tissue creating microscopic channels which allows for platelet rich plasma (PRP), obtained from your own blood to penetrate into the deeper layers of the skin where collagen is produced. When the platelets from your plasma are applied topically to the “traumatized” tissue, they send signals to the local cells to proliferate. This process may accelerate tissue repair and remodeling resulting in increased collagen formation and skin tightening.

Who Benefits from Micro-needling?

Micro-needling is appropriate for individuals who would like to address: Acne scars, sun-damaged skin, fine lines and wrinkles, large pores and hyperpigmentation.

Micro-needling combined with PRP is normally completed within 60-90 minutes depending on the required treatment and anatomical site(s). Sites include: face, neck, chest. Injections of the patient’s PRP may be provided in areas of deep line/wrinkles as an optional add-on.

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