PRX Treatment is an innovative skin tightening procedure that uses TCA (trichloroacetic acid) to reduce the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, and sagging skin. It works by stimulating the production of collagen in the deeper layers of the skin, which helps to tighten and firm up the surface area. During a PRX treatment session, tiny needles are used to deliver a precise dosage of the TCA solution beneath the skin’s surface. This helps to reduce wrinkles and fine lines, while also providing a more youthful and even-toned appearance.
The results of PRX Treatment can be seen within as little as 24 hours after the procedure is completed. It has been proven to be safe and effective, and it is suitable for all skin types. It can be used on the face, neck, chest and other areas of the body in order to reduce loose skin and wrinkles. In addition to helping with skin tightening, PRX Treatment may also help improve the overall texture of the treated area by reducing small scars or blemishes.
The side effects associated with PRX Treatment are typically mild and short-lived. These may include redness, swelling or tenderness at the treatment site. In rare cases, scarring may occur due to improper usage of the TCA solution. However, this is generally not an issue as long as the procedure is performed by a trained and certified professional.
Unlike other forms of skin tightening treatments, PRX Treatment can provide visible results in a relatively short amount of time. It is also a much less invasive procedure than traditional skin tightening methods such as facelifts and neck lifts.
The number of treatments required will depend on the individual and their skin type. Generally, a series of 3-4 weekly sessions is recommended in order to achieve optimal results.
Most patients report minimal discomfort during a PRX Treatment session. In some cases, a topical anesthetic may be used to improve comfort levels during the procedure.
The most common side effects associated with PRX Treatment are mild and short-lived. These may include redness, swelling or tenderness at the treatment site. In rare cases, scarring may occur due to improper usage of the TCA solution. However, this is generally not an issue as long as the procedure is performed by a trained and certified professional.