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Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)

 

This powerful anti-aging treatment uses your body’s own natural healing process to rejuvenate and restore the skin.

What is Platement Rich Plasma therapy?

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy makes use of plasma, the liquid component of our blood. Plasma-based treatments have proven to be effective in treating burns, sporting/joint injuries, skin injuries, and hair loss. PRP is now gaining recognition following its use by high-profile sports stars and celebrities — in treatments that range from skin rejuvenation to sports injuries.

How PRP therapy works

PRP therapy involves harvesting plasma from a small amount of the patient’s own blood. Typically around 10–20 ml is taken from the patient and spun in a centrifuge. This separates the useful components used in the treatment and especially separated platelets.

The platelets contain natural growth factors that stimulate cells to promote tissue growth and produce collagen. After applying a local anesthetic, the areas to be treated are injected with plasma rich in platelets. A very fine needle, or a micro-needling device is used.

Once PRP enters the skin, it stimulates surrounding cells to start the healing cascade. This in turn encourages tissue growth and the production of collagen, aiding rejuvenation and adding volume to the skin.

PRP therapy — working naturally against the signs of aging

PRP is an effective anti-aging procedure. It can be used for treating some of the key signs of aging, including:

  • Dark circles under the eyes.

  • Fine lines

  • Wrinkles

  • Volume loss in the face, neck, and hands