Face & Hair Rejuvenation Starting at €199
PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) is an advanced treatment technology that utilizes the growth factors present in your own blood in order to regenerate your skin.
Platelet Rich Plasma is a naturally occurring component of your own blood. PRP encourages skin rejuvenation by stimulating the growth of your own collagen and improving blood supply to the tissue, leading to healthier, younger-looking skin. This treatment helps both the tone and texture of the skin while easing the appearance of photodamaged and ageing skin.
Vampire Facelift / PRP Injections Full Face - €300
Face + Neck + Decolletage + Hands - €350
PRP Injections + Derma pen / Roller - €350
PRP Injections Hair Loss / Scalp - €300
PRP Injection Eye area - €199
Is there a cure for hair loss with PRP?
PRP is not a cure for conditions that cause hair loss. For this reason, a person would need to receive multiple PRP treatments over time to maintain hair growth results
What Happens During a PRP Injections Appointment
To get your plasma for under-eye injections, first, you have a single vial of blood drawn. Then, that blood is taken into a different area and spun in a centrifuge. The centrifuge concentrates the platelets, and the resulting liquid is a golden colour. The plasma colour surprised me, as I anticipated that it would still look like blood, but the colour we know as “blood red” is removed once the red blood cells are spun out. The plasma is then injected in about half a dozen different spots under each eye, which the practitioner massages gently into your skin as they go.
To perform PRP for the first time for my under-eye circles, an assistant takes your blood and numb you up with a topical cream, which was left to sit on for about thirty minutes. Then the practitioner performs the injections. It is not painful thanks to the numbing cream.
How often should I put PRP in my hair?
Here’s an overview of some promising results from research on PRP and hair loss: of 11 people with androgenic alopecia found that injecting 2 to 3 cubic centimetres of PRP into the scalp every 2 weeks for 3 months could increase the average number of follicles from 71 to 93 units
What are the benefits of platelet rich plasma ( PRP )?
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP), as an injection or topically, can be added to the session for an additional cost. It may improve the healing and decrease the duration of redness and swelling seen after microneedling. to improve outcomes in those undergoing microneedling for acne scars, but the evidence is currently inconclusive.
What to expect from microneedling with platelet rich plasma?
The PRP solution is then massaged into the treatment area, usually after microneedling. The microneedling treatment creates small controlled micropunctures in the skin, allowing for penetration of the PRP. In the past, PRP has been injected into the skin, but it’s becoming more of a common practice to use it along with microneedling which in the common world now is called ( VAMPIRE FACELIFT )