Platelet Rich Plasma: Facts about this rejuvenating skin treatment

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Platelet Rich Plasma: Facts about this rejuvenating skin treatment

What is Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)?

PRP stands for Platelet Rich Plasma which, is blood containing a high concentration of healing factors. It can help to regenerate and revitalise damaged skin, reduce fine lines and improve skin texture.

How does PRP work ?

PRP contains growth factors released by platelets which helps initiate tissue regeneration. It does so by the stimulation of new collagen and stimulation the formation of new cells and blood vessels.

What does the treatment involve ?

Preparation of PRP is a quick and easy process. Blood is collected from you in a specially designed tube which is then spun at high speed to isolate the PRP from the sample. The PRP is then ready for application which can be done by direct injection or via a Dermastamp.

Is PRP safe?

As PRP uses your own blood, the risk of allergic reactions, contamination and transmissible diseases are almost entirely eliminated.

Is PRP right for me ?

It is suitable for treating:

  • Skin with signs of ageing including fine lines and loss of elasticity.
  • Overall texture and tone improvements.
  • People looking for a natural treatment or those who have reacted to other forms of treatments.