What Is PRP?


Is this your skin issue?

Are you noticing dark circles and puffiness under your eyes?
Are you seeing fine lines and sagging around your mouth, cheeks, and eyes?
Is your skin tone just not as bright, healthy, and firm as it used to be?

What is PRP?

 Platelet-Rich Plasma skin rejuvenation, or PRP treatment for short (also known as the “vampire facial”), is a skincare solution that works by using your body’s natural healing properties to help restore your skin. Originally developed to treat sports-related injuries more quickly, it was soon found to have practical cosmetic applications as well. By activating healing factors in your cells to regenerate soft tissue, it can give your skin a fuller, healthier look.* 

PRP is a natural product created from your own body. A small amount of blood is drawn from you and placed in a sterile tube that is spun down in a centrifuge to separate the different components of the blood. Red and white blood cells are divided from the platelets and the plasma (the clear fluid). This plasma now contains a higher than normal number of platelets and is called platelet rich plasma, or PRP.

 Why Platelets Rejuvenate Skin

Platelets are the cells in the blood that help tissue to heal and grow new cells. The PRP, injected into specific areas of the skin, act as a matrix that promotes your own collagen to grow, regenerates tissue, and thus acts as to naturally smooth and tighten the skin. In this way, PRP softens wrinkles and creating smoother skin texture and tone.

 PRP can also be injected in the face, neck, decollate and hands in order to stimulate the repair and renewal of damaged tissue in these areas. PRP has become a common skin rejuvenation and anti-aging treatment that reduces wrinkles, sagging and dark circles, while healing skin damaged by acne, injuries and stretch marks. The PRP also attracts water, giving an improved look to wrinkles, and giving more volume to the face. For an even improved result, PRP can be combined with micro needling and fractional CO, two procedures that further stimulate skin rejuvenation. 

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Blood Draw


After a medical consultation has been done,  a blood  draw is then done, typically from 20 to 40 ml ..                      ( less than 2 ounces)

"Liquid Gold" PRP


After a blood draw is completed, the blood is then placed into a centrifuge  machine  and the platelet rich plasma then becomes available for injection or microneedling...

MicroNeedling with PRP


 The platelet-rich plasma typically stimulates a series of biological responses, and the injection site may be swollen  and slightly red for a few days...most patients carry on with their regular routine after the treatment, with the area feeling slightly warm, and /or irritated for  the first 24 hrs.

Pre - Injection Precautions

  •    Avoid corticosteroid medications for 2 to 3 weeks prior to the procedure .

  • Stop taking non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), such as aspirin or ibuprofen, or arthritis medications such as Celebrex, a week prior to the procedure.


  • Do not take anticoagulation medication for 5 days before the procedure.


  • Drink plenty of fluids the day before the procedure.