Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy uses your body’s own healing system to repair damaged skin cells. After blood is taken, platelets are separated and concentrated before being injected back into the affected area. These blood cells play a vital role in the functions necessary to heal skin cells and boost collagen production with PRP rejuvenation therapy.
On the face, PRP therapy plumps sagging skin and significantly reduces wrinkles, acne scarring and signs of sun damage. Similar to PRP for hair growth, highly concentrated blood plasma is injected into areas of the face including the cheeks, jawline and jowls, above the lips and under the eyes. Cell turnover and rejuvenation, and collagen production are all promoted which works to achieve a youthful appearance.
Results get better over time and are typically seen within 10 days of treatment with the best results occurring 60- 90 days after treatment. A daily skin regime helps maintain desired results.
Struggling with thinning hair, androgenetic alopecia or alopecia areata? PRP can be used to stimulate and nourish follicles for hair growth. Highly concentrated blood plasma contains platelets that release growth factors that have been shown to generate new hair and improve the health of existing hair. Hair follicles actually survive on the nutrition from the blood supply and amplifies the body’s naturally occurring wound healing mechanism.
When injected into the scalp, reparative cells are stimulated that promote hair growth. Three treatments six weeks apart are recommended with maintenance treatments recommended every 4–6 months to see continuous hair (re)growth.
Little recovery time
Promote hair regrowth
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Improve the health of existing hair