What is Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP)?
Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) rejuvenation injections reverse the signs of skin and hair ageing. Over the years, your hair loses vitality and texture just as your skin does. PRP uses your own natural blood platelets to revitalize both through cell renewal and collagen production.
Also, known as “Vampire Facial,” the treatment is popular with many Hollywood celebrities. It is widely used by reconstructive surgeons to hasten healing. PRP rejuvenation works well on your face, neckline, hands and scalp. It is well-suited for mature skin, hair loss and scarring.
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Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) is a sought-after treatment to restore hair growth, even from medical conditions such androgenetic alopecia that causes hair follicles to shrink.
We use state-of-the art devices to deliver plasma with precision on difficult areas such as the scalp with minimal discomfort. PRP stimulates stem cells by restoring blood supply. As a result, hair density increases even as hair fall decreases.
PRP uses your own blood, reducing the chances of any side-effects. We use only the most advanced technology and best products to ensure minimal pain, bleeding and redness when the injections are delivered.
Melasma is a difficult to treat skin condition caused by hyperpigmentation that is usually induced by hormonal imbalance. Although it can affect both men and women of all ages, the condition is more common among darker skinned women, believed to be from their genetic predisposition.
Melanocytes, the pigment cells that produces darker skin colours is responsible for the condition that results in flat, brown patches over areas exposed to the sun such as the face, neck, forearms and chest. It can also be triggered by hormonal changes, pregnancy and reactions from skincare products.
Usually, removing the trigger or sun protection helps the skin bounce back but if it doesn’t, regenerative cosmetic PRP therapy for melasma is known to help.
How does PRP help in melasma treatment?
- PRP harnesses the healing power of blood plasma by drawing out a small amount of blood from your vein (just like it’s done for routine lab work.)
- Your blood is then placed in an FDA approved PRP kit.
- The platelets are centrifuged to separate the red and white blood cells.
- It is injected back into the middle layer of your skin, targeting the areas to be treated.
- This is followed by topical application of PRP through micro needling to stimulate new cells.
- Our medically trained aestheticians often recommend a skin lightening medication or additional micro needling sessions following the PRP treatment till desired results are attained.
- PRP uses your own blood ensuring that the treatment does not worsen pigmentation.
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Am I a good candidate for this procedure?
Laser hair removal is available for all skin types, including very light and very dark skin, and most hair colors. Your provider will determine whether you are a good candidate for the procedure based on a variety of factors.
How long does it take?
Laser hair removal treatments take just minutes for small areas and about a half hour for larger areas.
How many treatments will I need?
Several laser hair removal treatments are recommended for the best results. We will help tailor a plan just for you. You do not need to let hair grow out between treatment sessions.
What should I avoid after the treatment?
Sun exposure and tanning beds should be avoided post treatment, the use of mechanical exfoliants or harsh products such as retinol creams or glycolic acid creams, and excessive heat such as sauna or hot tubes immediately after treatment.