PLASMA BOOST INFO
Your Plasma Boost Questions, Answered
What is a Plasma Boost?
A Plasma Boost is a concentration of your own platelets, extracted via a simple blood draw. After being spun in a centrifuge, the result is separated, rejuvenated plasma which contains naturally occurring growth factors to boost healing qualities.
Plasma Boost Benefits
Ideal for under eye rejuvenation, topically or through injection
Plasma has been shown to have tissue regenerating effects
Stimulates natural hair growth
Ability to target very precise areas
Natural treatment: No risk of allergic reaction due to the use of your body’s own proteins
Plasma is filled with growth factors which amplify collagen stimulation and help to promote healing
Alchemy 43 Plasma Boost Microtreatments
Revive + Regrow: Plasma Boost Hair Rejuvenation
Nourish and stimulate the scalp to thicken and revitalize natural growth.
Radically Radiant Plus: Microneedling + Plasma Boost
Get that coveted glow by adding a boost of liquid gold to your microneedling microtreatment. By using your body’s own natural growth factors, this game-changing microtreatment helps to accelerate collagen production, smooth fine lines, and enhance overall skin tone and radiance.
Plasma Facial Enhancement
For an extra boost of healing and collagen production, Plasma can also be helpful in smoothing targeted areas when Botox and fillers aren’t an option.
Plasma Boost FAQs
Radically Radiant Plus Benefits
Increased collagen and elastin stimulation
Improved moisture retention
Smoother, more radiant complexion
Improves circulation, bringing more moisture to the area
Uses your own natural material to help plump skin
Kickstarts the skin into a regenerative phase
Plumps the skin to improve texture, fine lines and volume
Revive + Regrow Benefits
Promotes the health of shrinking hair follicles, leading to a slowing down of hair loss/thinning hair
Uses your own natural material to help stimulate hair follicles
Kickstarts the scalp into a regenerative phase
Can help to grow new hair
Plasma Facial Enhancement Benefits
Can help to naturally refresh and soften fine lines and wrinkles in precisely targeted areas
- Try to avoid alcohol and blood thinners, including but not limited to Aspirin, Vitamin E and fish oil the day before treatment (Tylenol is ok)
- We recommend avoiding extended sun exposure 10 days prior to treatment (skin that is sunburned, actively peeling, inflamed, or areas of active acne/unhealed skin cannot be treated)
- Hydrate very well the day before and the day of treatment. Ideally on the day of your treatment, you should drink at least 16oz of water before your appointment
- Radically Radiant Plus: Come in with a makeup-free, clean face
- Revive + Regrow: Come in with clean, dry hair
- Try to avoid strenuous activity for 24 hours
- Aim to avoid sun exposure and apply sunscreen daily
- Try to avoid the use of NSAIDS (Ibuprofen, Motrin, Aleve, Naproxen, Aspirin, etc) for 3-7 days post-treatment. (Tylenol is ok)
- Stay hydrated with at least 64oz of water daily
- Radically Radiant Plus
- Try to avoid Retinoids and Retinol, and use a gentle face wash and moisturizer for 1 week post-treatment
- You can expect to see redness or peeling that gradually fades over the first few days post-treatment
- Mild inflammation is to be expected, and is in fact the rejuvenation process in action
- Revive + Regrow
- Try to avoid wetting your hair for at least 3 hours post-treatment
- Try to avoid hair products for at least 6 hours post-treatment
- Try to avoid saunas, steam rooms, and swimming for 2 days post-treatment
- Try to avoid hair-regrowth medications (such as Rogaine®), hair color, or chemical hair treatments (such as perms or relaxers) for 3 days
We recommend getting treated every 4-6 weeks for the best results.
Our Revive + Regrow microtreatment is offered as a series of 3, spaced 4-6 weeks apart, for maximum benefits! Depending on individual differences and targeted concerns, 4 consecutive sessions are encouraged.
Unfortunately we recommend avoiding these treatments while pregnant or breastfeeding.
The information on this website, including articles authored by healthcare professionals, is for general information purposes only, does not constitute medical advice and is not intended to be relied upon for medical diagnosis or treatment. If you are experiencing an emergency, contact 911 or contact a medical provider immediately.