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Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP)

PRP is a revolutionary procedure that uses your own blood cells to stimulate healing and rejuvenation of your skin and hair. 

PRP (platelet-rich plasma) is a concentration of platelets and growth factors that are extracted from your blood and injected into the target area. Platelets are cells that play a key role in healing and tissue regeneration. Growth factors are proteins that activate the production of collagen, elastin, and new blood vessels. By increasing the concentration of these natural substances in your skin and hair,

PRP can help you achieve:

  • Smoother and firmer skin

  • Reduced wrinkles and fine lines

  • Improved skin tone and texture

  • Enhanced hair growth and thickness (when treating the scalp)

  • Faster recovery from injuries and scars

PRP Benefits?

  •  Minimal side effects and downtime

  •  Cost-effective, long-lasting and natural results

  •  Using your own DNA to minimise risks of reactions

  •  Compatible with other treatments and procedures

  • Suitable for all skin types and areas


How many treatments will I need?

Usually, we would suggest around a course of 3 treatments. This would be discussed and determined during your consultation. These Treatments would be two - three weeks apart.

Is the treatment painful?

The treatment is not painful. Blood is drawn from the patient, usually from the arm. The blood is then processed in a centrifuge to separate the platelets from other blood components.

The concentrated platelets, along with some plasma, are collected to form the PRP.

Finally, the PRP is injected back into the patient at the site of injury or concern, often guided by ultrasound or other imaging techniques.

Is this treatment safe?

PRP is generally considered the most safe because it utilizes the patient's own blood, reducing the risk of allergic reactions or transmission of infectious diseases. However, as with any medical procedure, there may be risks such as infection, pain at the injection site, or tissue damage.


Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) - Per Treatment


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