PRP is a type of regenerative medicine with the patient’s own blood, using components called platelets in the blood to rejuvenate the skin in a short period of time.
How is the procedure done?
Based on an innate wound-healing ability, the therapy is performed by injecting components collected from the blood and is associated with no risk of allergies or infections. The safe therapy has been studied and applied in a variety of fields. This procedure will fix the area of concern fast and effectively.
Where can PRP be applied?
PRP can be applied to a variety of areas including face, neck, chest, hands, inner thighs and arms. Also, after laser and/or peeling treatments, it will rejuvenate the skin fast. PRP treatment can be used to recover wound marks and strecth marks. It can also be used to reduce and/or stop hair loss as it strengthens the roots of the hair.
Is PRP applied via injections?
PRP can be applied via a mask and/or a specially prepared creams. However, applications directly under the skin will show results a lot faster.
Does PRP have side effects?
PRP is prepared from the patients own blood hence it has no side effects. It will only fasten the natural process.
Can everyone have PRP done?
People who have a low platelet count and cancer patients will not benefit from this treatment.