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Platelet Rich Plasma Treatments

Platelet Rich Plasma Skin Rejuvenation Therapy or PRP is a natural approach to improving the condition of your skin. PRP Skin Rejuvenation Therapy uses your own unique tissue growth factors and healing properties to revitalise your skin by improving blood supply and stimulating collagen formation.

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FAQ: PRP Treatment


1. What is the PRP?
PRP also known as Platelet Rich Plasma is a component of whole blood that contains a concentrated amount of growth factors.

2. What is the PRP process?
PRP process is part of the treatment where a blood sample of approximately 10-20 mls is collected from your body and placed on special sterile tubes. The blood sample is then immediately placed in a centrifuge to separate out the plasma and platelet portion using the separator gel as a special filter. The PRP portion of your blood is then injected back into your skin to help stimulate new collagen production, and to re-energize your cells into rejuvenating themselves.
3. Which facial and body areas can be treated by PRP?
The following facial and body areas can be treated by PRP:
  • The delicate fine eye area – The Peri Orbital Rim
  • Cheeks
  • Mid face (cheeks, naso labial area)
  • Jaw line
  • Thinning skin on the neck
  • Back of hands
  • D?colletage
  • Knees
  • Elbows
  • Arms
4. What results can expect from my PRP treatment?
Results of PRP treatment
Three weeks after treatment results will become visible with an improvement in texture and tone to the skin. as the Platelets stimulate the growth factors which assist in more collagen growth. This will gradually improve over the ensuing months. Cosmecuticals and other therapies, such as Thermage, will complement and enhance the results. Advanced wrinkling and severe scarring may not respond.
5. How many treatments will I require?
Number of treatments require
This will be dependent on your age and the health of your skin. Two to three treatments four weeks apart is normally recommended with a maintenance treatment each 6 months or yearly, however, your personal needs will determine the treatment protocol and your clinician will advise you.
6. Are there any side effects of PRP rejuvenation?
Side effects of PRP
  • Minimal: Expect minimal swelling, bruising and redness for 12-24 hours. Some can Experience headaches
  • Modest: Some may feel faint. A bruise at the venapuncture site may be visible for 2-3 days.
  • Severe: Occasionally skin cellulitis or a secondary skin infection can occur which can be treated with antibiotics.
7. How long do the treatments last for?
Depends on individual
Treatment results vary, however, in most patients the results last up to 18 months. A maintenance treatment will prolong the results as will the use of cosmecuticals and other complimentary treatments.
8. Can anyone have this treatment?
PRP not recommended for people who are...
  • SMOKERS, drug and alcohol uses
  • Platelet Dysfunction Syndrome
  • Critical Thombocytopenia
  • Haemodynamic Instability
  • Sepsis
  • Acute and Chronic Infections
  • Chronic Liver Pathology
  • Anti Coagulation therapy
  • Persons with Skin Disease or Cancer
  • Severe Metabolic and Systemic Disorders.
9. How much does it costs?
Treatment Costs

Costs vary depending on the types of treatment required and the technology involved. For a comprehensive quotation, please visit our Phi Cosmendical Clinic or make a no obligation FREE consultation


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