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The growth factors found in PRP stimulate your tissues to repair and restore themselves, making facial rejuvenation a more natural process. As PRP is prepared from a sample of your own blood, there is no risk of allergic reaction or rejection.

PRP offers a non-surgical option for skin rejuvenation

PRP is used in cosmetic medicine in two ways:

1. As a natural alternative to dermal fillers such as Restylane. In this application, PRP is injected below wrinkles and skin folds to restore or enhance areas which require volume.

2. A vampire facelift (or Dracula facelift) is a non-surgical procedure that uses PRP to rejuvenate skin of the face and hands. PRP is applied directly to the surface of the skin, followed by microneedling with a specific device to stimulate the cells just below the surface of the skin. Used in this way, PRP reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, minimizes pores, stretch marks, surgical and acne scars.

Research is on-going and the body of evidence showing the benefits of PRP is continuing to expand. Click here to read one recent research article on the use of PRP for face and neck revitalisation.

Female Hair Loss

This is a tragedy for some women. A women’s hair is her “crowning glory” and to start losing it as early as their 30’s and 40’s can be quite devastating.

Often hair thinning increases after menopause. While there are medical conditions that may cause this loss, it is often genetic.

 

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