PRP therapy is a specialized cosmetic treatment that utilizes micro-injections of a concentrated serum derived from the patient’s own blood components. This treatment is designed to enhance skin texture, tone, and elasticity, while also potentially addressing concerns such as hair loss. By harnessing the healing properties of the patient’s own blood, PRP therapy promotes the rejuvenation and healing of aging or damaged skin.

PRP injections offer gradual and natural-looking results by stimulating the patient’s own natural healing system to enhance the quality of their skin. Unlike other cosmetic injectable treatments, the results of PRP therapy are achieved progressively over time, necessitating multiple treatment sessions for optimal outcomes.

What conditions can PRP therapy address?

Recommended Candidates

  • Benefits for Aging Skin
  • Revitalizing the Skin
  • Comprehensive Facial Rejuvenation
  • Treatment for Under Eye Crepey Skin
  • Treatment for Neck Rejuvenation
  • Treatment for Skin Sagging
  • Rejuvenation of the Décolletage
  • Rejuvenation of the hands
  • Promotion of hair regrowth and strengthening
  • Enhancing skin texture and tone
When can I expect to see results?

You may start noticing improvements in skin texture and tone within the second or third week of treatment. However, the full benefits, which include collagen and elastin regeneration, may take up to three months to become fully evident.

Recommended Treatment Sessions

We recommend a series of 3 to 6 treatments for optimal results.

How long do the results typically last?

The results of the treatment typically last for up to 12 months.

Is there any recovery time?

Recovery time after PRP treatment is minimal, with swelling typically lasting for a few days and bruising subsiding within one week.

What is the cost of the treatment?

The pricing for this treatment starts at $450 per vial.

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