PRP treatment is an autologous procedure meaning ‘from your own body’ that involves a small amount of blood being drawn from the body before being processed using a centrifuge to separate the platelet-rich plasma in the blood.
The plasma is then further processed with a centrifuge to separate the red and white blood cells, from the plasma protein and platelets. This rich plasma protein is reinjected into the areas that require treatment. This can be virtually anywhere.
While PRP may sound like something straight out of a science-fiction novel, some patients are finding that PRP can:
- Reduce wrinkles
- Plump up sagging skin
- Get rid of deep creases
- Improve one’s complexion
- Diminish acne scars
Another perk: There’s little to no downtime.
PRP for hair loss
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a non-surgical procedure for hair regrowth, best used for treating thinning hair and slowing or stopping the progression of hair loss. Losing your hair can be a hugely distressing thing to go through and it can have an impact on your self-esteem. PRP contains proteins that help your blood clot and encourage cell growth, both of which are essential functions in hair regrowth. When administered correctly, this treatment can be used to prevent hair loss and promote the growth of new hair, transforming your look and giving you greater confidence.
it should be noted that results cannot be guaranteed and may vary from person to person
How many sessions do I need?
For facial treatments you many just need a course of 2. Then a maintenance twice a year.
For scalp treatment you may need between 3-6 4-6 weeks apart.
Duration: 45-60 minutes
Facial £250 per session.
Scalp. £350 per session.