A PRP facial is an advanced skincare treatment method that harnesses your body's own natural power to heal itself. It is often called a vampire facial because it involves drawing your blood. When the platelets in the plasma are concentrated, they provide an array of skin care benefits.
- Increased Collagen Production
- Reduced Fine Lines and Wrinkles
- Tighter, Firmer Skin
- Enhanced Skin Tone and Texture
- Lasting Results
Prescription anti-aging ointments, creams and lotions can cause nasty side effects depending on your skin type, allergies and other factors. A PRP facial, on the other hand, uses blood from your own body, mitigating the chance of an allergic reaction.
- Suffer from acne scars
- Are afflicted by hyperpigmentation
- Want to reduce fine lines and wrinkles
- Want tighter, firmer skin
- Have uneven skin tone
- Feel your skin looks older than it should
Platelet rich plasma has substantial clinical evidence for a variety of conditions, from sports injuries to hair loss. PRP injections are used to address torn tendons, tendinitis, muscle injuries, degenerative conditions such as arthritis-related pain, and joint injuries. PRP can also be used for cosmetic procedures. PRP can be used to hair loss and facial wrinkles or fine lines.
Very safe! PRP involves the use of your own blood cells therefore there is no known risk of allergic or rejection reaction.
This depends on the condition being addressed. Usually patients require 2-3 treatments about 6 weeks apart.
PRP injections can treat a variety of areas and conditions. PRP is excellent at helping speed up the healing process of injured ligaments, tendons, muscles and joints.
PRP injections use a patient's own platelets and therefore do not usually cause any adverse reactions. A patient may experience temporary pain and discomfort near the injection site.
PRP therapy is used for injuries such as tendonitis, torn ligaments, and other soft tissue injuries. Stem cell treatment is used for more complex cases such as advanced arthritis or more complex tears.
In most conditions, PRP therapy or stem cell treatment is used as a solo procedure. However, in advanced conditions, PRP therapy can be used in combination with stem cell treatment.