prp

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Treatment time

2 hours

Cost

Hair Restoration: from R2950
Skin Rejuvenation: from R3800

PRP

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Treatment time

2 hours

Cost

Scalp treatment – R2950

Skin treatment – R3800

about this treatment

PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) is a treatment designed to improve tissue regeneration, increase collagen production and rejuvenate the skin in the most naturally and chemical free manner. This treatment utilises your own platelet containing growth factors to stimulate collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid within your skin. PRP is also great for hair restoration, it regenerates and optimises the function of the existing hair follicles to improve hair quality and slow down the rate of hair loss.

What can I expect from a PRP treatment?

 The technique involves one’s own blood to be drawn by a Dr and placed in a very specific tube to be centrifuged. The red blood cells will separate from the plasma/platelets and white blood cells. Only the plasma rich growth factors will be used to inject into the skin or treated areas. By use of a Vital injector, growth factors will be injected more evenly and accurate opposed to a manually injection method. A small amount of plasma rich serum is given to you to take home and use for the next 24hrs.

How many treatments do I need to see results?

We recommend a treatment course of 3 sessions with monthly intervals.  Maintenance is imperative thereafter, every 3-6months for optimal skin and hair rejuvenation.

Is PRP painful?

A topical anesthetic is applied to numb the skin before treatment. The machine used to administer the PRP into the skin is very comfortable. It may leave a few small bruises at the needle injection sites, which settles within 7days.

What concerns can be treated with PRP?
  • Fine lines and wrinkles
  • Poor elasticity 
  • Dehydration
  • Uneven skin tone
  • Hair thinning, poor hair quality
  • Poor texture
  • Acne scarring
  • Post surgery scars
  • Stretch marks
What is the success rate of PRP?

The success rate of PRP therapy varies considerably. Much depends on the condition being treated, health status of the patient, age and treatment protocol. Success is also highly subjective and dependent on the patient’s perception.

What is the difference between needling and PRP?

Needling is a quick collagen inducting treatment, which uses micro needles to penetrate the skin. It aims at stimulating the body’s own collagen production. PRP is an extraction of your own blood that contains platelets. When PRP is placed back into the skin, it initiates a localized growth factor response, over the weeks and months following treatment; this growth factor response recruits collagen-producing cells called fibroblasts. The fibroblasts replace tissue that has been damaged or lost through the aging process with healthy skin that looks refreshed and rejuvenated.