FAQ - (PRP) Platelet Rich Plasma

Which facial and body areas can be treated?

 • Crinkling skin around the eyes

• Cheeks and mid face

• Neck

• Jawline

• Chest and décollétage

• Back of hands and arms

• Other body areas

• Scalp.

Which skin conditions can be treated?


Acne Marks

Dark Spots

Stretch Marks

Eye Bags

Dark circles under the eyes

Loose skin

Saggy skin

How long does a treatment take? 45-60 minutes for two tubes.

How many treatments are advised? For the best result, we recommend up to 6 treatments, 4-6 weeks apart, with top ups at 6-24 months.

What results can I expect from PRP treatments? Improvement of skin texture and tone are noticeable within three weeks. Full collagen regeneration takes three months.

Can any skin type or color have PRP treatment? Yes, PRP treatments can be used on all skin types and colours.

What happens during a facial rejuvenation treatment with PRP? The nurse will assess the degree of skin aging, perform a simple skin analysis, and recommend a sensible treatment with reasonable outcome. Pre-treatment photographs are taken.

Your skin is cleansed and prepared. Local anesthetic cream is applied. Nerve blocks may also be given. Blood is taken from your arm and placed in a test tube, which is then centrifuged.

The Platelet Rich Plasma is then enriched with vitamins and activated. It is then initially injected into any obvious lines or wrinkles. The remainder of the plasma is then injected all over the rest of the face using Micro-needling Technique; this helps more of the PRP to get into the skin. A collagen mask is then applied.

PRP facial rejuvenation can be a one-off treatment, but further microinjections can be re-performed at 4-6 weekly intervals for lines and wrinkles if the client desires this.