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PRP Science Expands Product Offering to Include FDA Approved Products and Devices

PRP Science, Florida’s leading medical distribution company known for setting the standard in excellence for autologous biologics, is now representing two of the most respected manufacturers in the medical aesthetics arena; Ameia Med and Promotitalia.

Based in Germany, Ameia Med is the leading developer of the EXCEED micro-needling device (MN). Recognized as the most powerful MN device on the market today, and the world’s only MN device with double FDA clearance for two indications - wrinkle and acne scar reduction. With a unique, six-needle tilting plate and patented safety membrane for powerful and precise skin punctuation at 900 punctures per second, the EXCEED high-end needle cartridge delivers outstanding results in safety and efficacy.

“As a board-certified plastic surgeon and active member of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, I have a passionate obligation to our patients to provide only the most effective, safe and proven technology and products. After experiencing ALL of the micro-needling options available, we have chosen the EXCEED device because of its exceptional precision and versatility, research proven efficacy and engineering, dual FDA clearance and superior patient safety.” Said Rank Barone, MD, FACS, board certified plastic surgeon and founder of Evolv Plastic Surgery and Medical.

Promoitalia, based in Italy, is the world’s leading manufacturer of advanced skin care and aesthetic products including Pink Intimate, V Carbon, and their newest platinum collection of injectables; all of which perfectly align with the PRP Science product offering.

Pink Intimate is the first product of its kind, clinically proven to lighten intimate areas in as little as five treatments with no side effects or downtime. A formulation specifically developed to brighten and rejuvenate the skin in a topical and non-invasive way. Pink Intimate System is recommended for the genital area, anal area, bikini line, nipples, and armpits.

“Our mission at PRP Science is to provide our clients with the latest FDA approved equipment, devices and products that are based on the most current scientific data available, with an unyielding focus on improving patient lives and advancing the field of regenerative medicine.” Said Jill Swartz, President of PRP Science. “We help eliminate the learning curve for our clients, vetting the leading systems, diagnostics, pre and post procedure devices and products so our clients can focus on what they do best, help their patients.”

To learn how you can become a client of PRP Science MD, visit or call 561-510-510-6777.

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