PRP Therapy (which stands for Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy) is an extremely effective, natural treatment, which has been used for many years in surgical and wound care medicine. Often referred to as ‘Dracula’ or ‘Vampire Facelift’, PRP therapy has been used globally as a facial rejuvenation technique for over 7 years and has a loyal A-list celebrity following, including many Hollywood stars and personalities.
PRP therapy is famed for improving skin tone, texture, colour and elasticity and is particularly effective for improving the under eye area, with minimal downtime.
PRP therapy is a safe and simple procedure in which your own blood is taken (in the same way as a standard blood test) and then subsequently spun in a centrifuge machine for a few minutes.
This procedure allows the blood cells, serum and platelets to separate. The platelet rich part is extracted and then injected directly back into your face or other body area that requires rejuvenation. The Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is very rich in platelets, stem cells and growth factors and once re-injected into the skin helps your body to repair itself and produce more collagen, resulting in a more even-toned, plump and vibrant complexion.
It is important to know that PRP therapy is not a surgical facelift, nor does it create similar effects to one. This non-surgical, non-invasive treatment helps to naturally enhance and restore areas of your face and body that require volume and/or improvements in your skin tone, texture, elasticity and vitality.
Because PRP is derived solely from you own blood and doesn’t contain any additional synthetic products, virtually any area of your body can be treated such as:
The PRP therapy can take between one and two hours approximately , including preparation and recovery time
Avoid subjecting the treatment area to other aesthetic treatments. Use of Sunbeds or Saunas is not recommended for 48 hours post treatment due to risk of infection.
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