PRP Skin Rejuvenation
Platelet Rich Plasma is a treatment that uses the patient’s growth factors from their own blood to biostimulate skin cells.
This treatment is only available at London and New York clinic
How does PRP work?
Injection of PRP into the dermis supports and accelerates the process of tissue regeneration and reconstruction.
PRP activates the regeneration of the skin by:
The activated platelets release growth factors causing stimulation of new collagen production, induction of stem cell division and differentiation and stimulating the formation of new blood vessels in the skin.
How is PRP performed?
After a consultation, blood is collected from the arm veins and then the blood tubes are immediately centrifuged causing the separation of the platelets and plasma from the other cells. The PRP is then drawn up into a syringe and then reinjected into the areas suitable for treatment.
Results for PRP:
Improved skin colour, elasticity tone and thickness
Remodelling of the collagen fibres
Long-term smoothing of wrinkles and folds
Faster healing after aesthetic treatments
PRP Treatment: Before and After
Generally, clients speak highly of their PRP treatment. It has helped many people overcome insecurities and medical issues that they have been suffering from for a long time. It is worth having a quick online search so you can see before and after pictures as there are many. Not only do they prove how effective the treatment is, but it also shows how impressive it can be.
How much down time can I expect from a PRP skin treatment?
Recovery from PRP injections is immediate and most patients continue on with their day after the treatment. Patients may experience redness or pinprick bleeding at the injections.
What are the benefits of a PRP skin treatment?
By activating the PRP and growth factors you can experience:
- Smoother fine lines, wrinkles and folds
- Enhanced, more even skin tone
- Increased hydration
- Healthy glowing skin
- Increased collagen production
What can I expect?
After the blood is drawn and processed to separate the platelet rich plasma (PRP), the PRP is then injected back into the targeted areas using a small needle. The process takes less than 46 minutes and involves very little discomfort.
Is a PRP skin treatment safe?
The PRP skin is very safe. Because we are using the PRP derived from your own blood there is no risk of allergic reaction. You may experience some bruising, redness and swelling which will subside the same day or in the next couple of days.