PRP is a new form of regenerative medicine that utilises your own blood, where the platelet rich plasma component is extracted, concentrated and reintroduced to rejuvenate the skin.
The concentrated platelets in PRP contain vast amounts of bioactive proteins, which include growth factors. These growth factors have been shown to initiate accelerated tissue repair, and to have positive effects on skin rejuvenation
What areas can PRP treat?
What are the benefits of PRP?
- Improve the texture of the skin
- Create better skin tone
- Tightens the skin
- Reduce fine lines and wrinkles.
- Increase skin thickness and vitality
- Initiate healing Response
- How often should i have PRP?
Generally 2-3 treatments are advised though more may be depending on different skin parameters such as age, baseline condition as a result of smoking, sun damage, genetics and others.
Maintenance is advised once-twice a year.
PRP can be used to promote healing in injured joints, muscles, ligaments and tendons. This treatment can be utilised in order to return to activity quickly after injury and is found to be highly effective for pain management.
PRP does not involve complex surgical procedures. Injecting PRP increases the amount of soft tissue generation in various areas of the body, including the tendons, ligaments, as well as collagen and cartilage
PRP and Carboxy Therapy combined
We have found that combined Carboxytherapy and PRP together have proven to be of great benefit.
PRP & Carboxy Therapy Pricelist
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Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)
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All services are also available to non-members.
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