Plasma-rich protein facial

If you don’t want surgery, you’ve got other options

PRP with Microneedling

Minimize Facial Lines & Wrinkles!

One new approach, the plasma-rich protein (PRP) facial, combines plasma and platelets from your blood with other rejuvenation techniques. It triggers collagen production collagen is the latticework of the face, so a PRP facial helps tighten, smooth and improve skin tone.
Here’s what you need to know about PRP facials (sometimes called blood or ‘vampire’ facials).

Creating platelet-rich plasma

PRP facials are medical, rather than cosmetic procedures. Your medical team first takes a small sample of your blood.
Then they spin it in a centrifuge to extract protein-rich plasma. Next, they extract platelets. Finally, they concentrate the sample, creating what is called platelet-rich plasma (PRP).
While dermatologists recently started using PRP to stimulate collagen production, orthopaedic doctors have injected PRP to heal injured joints — typically ankles, knees and elbows — for many years.
It is the growth factors in PRP that helps the body to heal. 

Book a Free one-on-one consultation so we can talk about how a PRP Facial can benefit you. All consultations are private and discreet.

What happens during treatment?

Enhancing the result.

The medical team first spreads plasma on your face and then uses microneedling across your cheeks and forehead to help your face absorb the proteins.
Microneedling is exactly what it sounds like — a procedure that creates a series of tiny, superficial punctures using sterile needles.
Both PRP and microneedling stimulate collagen growth, and are more effective when done together
We attack the problem in two layers: beneath the skin and on top of it.
For facial areas with deeper lines and wrinkles, the medical team may also inject hyaluronic acid fillers (Juvaderm) and Botox.
The fillers help to restore volume that the face loses naturally with age, while Botox keeps facial muscles from contracting.

What you should know.

The PRP procedure is safe for almost everyone, except for those with clotting conditions that require blood thinners or those with other blood-related health issues.