Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)

It’s time to get ready for that grandiose New Year’s Eve party, and there is no better way than with facial rejuvenation. When that special someone comes in for a kiss at midnight make sure your skin is flawless with microneedling from Parson Skin Center....

Just the word spa can leave a relaxing smile on a woman’s face. Pampering, beauty treatments, and pure self-indulgence. But wait – not all spas are created equal. You’ve got Day Spas and Medical Day Spas, such as Parson Skin Center, to choose from. And,...

Wouldn’t it be great if there was a less invasive way to repair your damaged skin? Fortunately, there is! Microneedling with Palette Rich Plasma (PRP) is one of the most popular go-to choices for people who are suffering from a variety of skin problems. Whether you’ve...

Both microneedling and PRP (platelet-rich plasma injections) are both fantastic procedures on their own, but put them together and you have even more impressive results with healthier, younger-looking skin. Parson Skin Center specializes in pairing these two procedures to give patients the best possible results....

Scottsdale might be a popular destination for winter birds, but just because the temperatures don't dip into freezing doesn't mean these winters don't do a number on the skin. Spring is in the air, and there's nothing like these hot procedures at Parson Skin Center...

Microneedling is an innovative procedure that can be performed on the face or the body, and on all skin types and colors. The premise of microneedling is very simple - to create a small wound and the body’s natural healing process will respond by producing...

Acne and rosacea have very similar outward appearances and signs. Unfortunately, this is why the misdiagnosis of these two very different skin conditions takes place very often. It is not unusual that acne and rosacea are confused. In the past, rosacea has many times been historically...

If you’ve heard of the skin procedure called microneedling, you may have second thoughts about it. After all, who wants needles in their face? Plus, when platelet rich plasma (PRP) is used, your own blood is utilized in the process. While this may not sound...