PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)

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Rejuvenate Wrinkles and Scares Using Your Own Healing Power with PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)

PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) is the latest innovation in aesthetic treatments to improve your body naturally and your body won’t reject the material because it’s your own product. Close your eyes and imagine that the key to your fountain of you is found with.

What is a PRP Treatment

Originally developed to help those orthopedic needs, the results were so impressive that it was introduced into the aesthetic market with equally impressive results. Within the matrix of plasma, there are 12 growth factors, making it suitable for aesthetic and therapeutic needs. In your own blood you have red blood cells, plasma, and when spun in the PRP system, the two become separated leaving the yellow liquid known as plasma “liquid gold” that contains all the healing and growth factors.When injected into the body or face, this liquid stimulates collagen which helps promote regeneration of blood vessels and results in skin rejuvenation, leaving you with a luminous, angelic glow.

PRP Treats and Rejuvenates

  • Under Eye Hollows (Tear Troughs)
  • Skin Texture
  • Stretch marks
  • Acne Scares
  • Fine Lines and Wrinkle
  • Lips Lines and Volume
  • Hair Growth

Why use PRP?

  • It’s natural – your body won’t reject the material because it’s your own product
  • Can be used in conjunction with injectable fillers for longer lifespans of the filler
  • Lasts longer than injectable fillers alone
  • Can inject anywhere – even in the thin skin under the eyes

How long before I start to see results?

You should see results within 4 to 6 weeks of the initial treatment. Most people need to have between 1 to 2 treatments depending on the nature of the area(s) being treated.

How long does the treatment last?

The average treatment should last between 18 to 36 months. PRP is only available through qualified healthcare practitioners for the safe and rapid collection of the highly rich platelet concentrate, using a small amount of a patient’s own blood.