Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Skin Therapy
PRP Skin Therapy in a Nutshell
- Invasiveness 40% 40%
- Pain Factor 20% 20%
usually the skin will be rejuvenated in 5-10 days
PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma)?
PRP therapy has been used successfully for decades in sport medicine, reconstructive surgery, dentistry, and orthopedic medicine to help speed recovery. In recent years, PRP has been used on the face or body as an skin rejuvenation therapy to improve the
appearance of the skin.
PRP is also beneficial as a hair restoration therapy, as the growth factors in the PRP will naturally stimulate hair growth.
PRP Skin Therapy
If you are interested in learning more about PRP for facial, body or hair rejuvenation, contact our clinic today and book a consultation.
How is PRP Facial Therapy
To prepare the skin for PRP Therapy, a topical anesthetic cream is applied to ensure the treatment is comfortable for the patient. Once the skin is ready for the PRP treatment, it is cleansed throughly to ensure the skin is completely bare. The PRP will then be applied directly on the patient's skin. Using a micro-needling pen, our medical technician will pass the device over the skin, creating tiny wounds. This process will help the PRP penetrate into the skin and further stimulate the natural healing process and creation of collagen.
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PRP Facial Therapy
- Safe and naturally induces rejuvenation
- Increases collagen production
- Stimulate the growth of new, healthy tissue
- Improve the appearance of acne scars
- Increase firmness to the skin
- Minimize stretchmarks
No skin care or make-up is recommended for the first 6 hours.
No physical activity, sauna, hot tub, or direct sunlight is not recommended for 24 hours.