Platelet-rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) treatment uses injections of a patient's own plasma, rich in platelets, into the scalp or face to promote hair growth and healthy glowing skin, for quicker but shorter effects.

60 minutes




Microneedling with Platelet-Rich plasma (PRP) is an approach to treating a variety of skin concerns, from hyperpigmentation to scarring. This technique employs tiny needles that penetrate the outer layers of skin in order to stimulate natural healing processes within.

Using PRP with microneedling allows the body to generate even greater amounts of its own growth factors, thereby accelerating the type of repair and regeneration needed for healthy, glowing skin.

Overall, this innovative treatment method has been shown to be highly effective in improving many common skin issues, making it an increasingly popular choice for those looking to achieve their best complexion yet.



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Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) treament has been used for decades in different medical fields to accelerate the healing of injured tendons, ligaments, muscles and joints, for quicker but shorter-lasting effects. PRP injections use each patient's own healing system to repair and regenerate damaged tissues and improve the musculoskeletal problem.  The composition of PRP is centrifuged to separate the plasma, which contains a higher concentration of platelets that stimulate hair growth and many others that rejuvenate the scalp tissues.



60 minutes

Recommended Sessions

3 treatments spaced 1 month apart and repeated until desired results are achieved


Topical numbing cream

Discomfort Level

Mild to moderate

Recovery Time

You will be red for 2-5 days and dry for about two weeks

Post-Treatment Care

Hydrate well and avoid strenuous activity and alcohol for 24 hours. Do not use AHA, Retinols/Vitamin C therapy or oil-based make-up for 24 hours. Avoid hot tubs, saunas or public pools for 3 days.

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What is the difference between PRP & PRF?

Platelet-Rich Fibrin (PRF) is a second generation to Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP). PRF is an all-natural solution that can also treat areas in the face that show the first signs of aging, like under eye hollows, deflated cheeks and in the scalp for hair restoration.

The blood is centrifuged at a lower speed compared to PRP, which allows for the formation of a fibrin matrix, therefore harvested PRF has platelets, fibrin and white blood cells, contributing to a more prolonged release of growth factors and potential anti-inflammatory benefits.

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP), on the other hand, is primarily known for its high platelet concentration and is widely used in various medical and aesthetic treatments for quicker but shorter-lasting effects.

How often should I get a PRP Treatment?

Maintenance sessions can be scheduled 2 – 4 times per year. To increase the benefits of this treatment, ask our team about other facial rejuvenation procedures to maximize results.

Post-Treatment: How long does it take to recover from a PRP treatment?

There is minimal recovery from a PRP Treatment. Most patients experience redness and minor irritation to the skin after their treatments that will subside in 2-5 days.

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