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The Doctors test out a new beauty treatment and share if it is something you should add to your beauty arsenal and reveal how much it will cost you.
We welcome facial specialist Lucy Boyadzhian and Delilah, who wants to reduce the lines around her eyes. She undergoes the jet peel procedure (a needleless PRP facial), which converts liquid PRP into micro air droplets. Lucy explains the droplets go deep into the dermis to boost your collagen. She says this procedure causes no pain, no downtime, and no trauma to the skin. She also notes the procedure starts with an exfoliation element that cleans the skin and unclogs the pores of any dirt and oil. Lucy says the procedure is safe and gentle enough to have once a week.
The procedure takes around 45 minutes and ranges from $300 to $750 dollars, per treatment.
After having the needleless PRP facial (seen in the video below), Delilah tells The Doctors, “It’s the most soothing, relaxing, rehydrating treatment I’ve ever had.” She says she loves that there is no downtime after the procedure. She describes the procedure as "very gentle, very cooling, very smooth, and very relaxing."
Delilah says people interested in this treatment should have it done every six weeks, for a total of 3 to 4 treatments.