Best to consult with a physician
Hi flawless2hopeless, Microneedling with PRP does promote healing but its hard to say without seeing photos. if you post some photos we can better evaluate your skin. I would recommend you setting up a consultation with another medical provider in your area so they can assess your skin and help you get your skin looking its best!
I would suggest seeing a Board Certified Dermatologist in your area to give you an official diagnosis and proper medical care. While microneedling with PRP is a very beneficial treatment to many patients, your physician may see you as better suited for a chemical peel, laser treatment (not IPL), prescription home care, etc. With so many different options it is best to get an in-person consult with a trusted doctor.
Post Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation From Lasers.
That sounds very stressful. Have you tried a series of chemical peels tailored to treat hyperpigmentation/discoloration and a hydroquinone compound? A series of Clear+ Brilliant laser treatments may also work great. If you combine microneedling with peels by a Dermatologist you may also have good success. I would have a consultation with a Derm in your area, and make sure to use sunscreen daily. I find this type of post treatment hyperpigmentation is definitely treatable with the proper regimen and patience...it can take some time.
Best of luck,
Microneedling for pigment and scars
Absolutely microneedling treatments over time will help in smoothing skin, improving texture and pore size as well as breaking up pigmentation. PRP will speed up the healing and overall end results, but what I am now doing to address persistent pigmentation problems with microneedling, is actually microneedling a pure, aqueous hydroquinone gel in the final pass. It works.
Laser Damage and Fixing With Lasers or Microneedling/PRP
I suggest posting photos for us to compare. Microneedling/PRP may help but it is difficult to tell without seeing pictures. Best, Dr. Emer.