What is PRP?

Platelet Rich Plasma is produced naturally in our bodies and has proven physiological revitalisation properties and growth factors. These platelets play a vital role in coagulation.

Since the plasma is taken directly from the patient, there are no undesirable side effects or reactions.

PRP has been successfully used in sports medicine and injuries for decades because of its success at healing and repairing tissue. Now part of aesthetic medicine, it successfully leaves you with the ability to regenerate and remodel skin.

PRP stimulates the fibroblasts of the skin on the face and the neckline to produce collagen. As time flies by, the collagen fibres become poorer and the skin eventually loses its tone and elasticity.

PRP helps restore the skin’s elasticity, makes it suppler and smoother by acting from within on the dermis and the epidermis.

Therefore, PRP treatment is the answer to prevent early signs of ageing like fine lines and wrinkles. It doesn’t directly act upon it but gradually stimulates and illuminates the skin by reviving its defences.

How does PRP work? 

The platelets in our blood are a gold mine of growth factors. These growth factors are essential in the healing and repair of tissue. When there is a wound, platelets are the first cells to appear and start the healing process of damaged tissues.

This healing action is key to protect you from early signs of ageing.

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