About the treatment
PRP is a natural treatment to improve the texture, radiance and elasticity of the skin. The treatment can also be used to promote hair growth.
What is PRP?
Part of our blood is plasma, which contains a high concentration of various growth factors. PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) is a natural treatment that involves centrifuging a small amount of blood (taken from the arm fold) to separate the platelets. These are then injected into the skin, helping to rejuvenate the skin, stimulate collagen production and increase blood circulation.
What is treated?
PRP is used to improve the texture, radiance and elasticity of the skin and to reduce the appearance of wrinkles, scars and sun damage.
PRP is also used to promote hair growth and improve the health of hair follicles. The highly concentrated plasma is injected into the scalp to improve hair quality and density and reduce the risk of future hair loss.
PRP does not work for everyone suffering from hair loss and results can vary from person to person. The treatment is usually recommended for people with hereditary or diffuse hair loss, but does not help with hair loss caused by medical conditions or medication. In hair transplants, we also use PRP to improve the survival of transplanted hair.
How long does the treatment take?
For best results, a series of 6 treatments at 4 week intervals is recommended, followed by a maintenance treatment every 6 months.