Platelet rich plasma treatment (PRP), also referred to as the Vampire Facial, is a revolutionary new treatment to brighten and smooth skin, leaving you looking and feeling fresher and more youthful. Platelet rich plasma treatment involves extracting plasma & growth factors from the patient’s own blood, and then re-injecting it to the treatment area with the help of superfine needles. Platelet rich plasma treatment is used to treat ageing skin and to reduce the appearance of pigmentation, age spots and even scars.
First, your blood will be drawn and your skin numbed in preparation for the treatment. The blood is then placed in a centrifuge, which separates platelets and plasma from red blood cells to create a platelet rich plasma substance that will be injected into your face.
If you have ageing concerns or suffer from scarring including acne scarring this treatment is perfect.
We recommend 6 sessions every 3-4 weeks for the best results. With a course of treatments you really will notice a difference in the skin.
You will feel slightly uncomfortable however a numbing cream will be applied to your skin before the procedure to make the treatment as comfortable as possible.
The procedure takes 60 minutes with a calming mask applied at the end of the treatment.
Right after a Platelet Rich Plasma / vampire facial, you will experience some redness and minor swelling or puffiness. However, this will typically go away on its own within a couple of days after the treatment. You may have peeling 3-5 days after your treatment and this will subside within 7 days.
Your practitioner may recommend special skin products for you to use during your treatment sessions and after to ensure that you receive optimal results after the treatment.
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