PRP FACIAL

Platelet-Rich Plasma facial

It involves taking a sample of your own blood, spinning it in a centrifuge to separate the plasma (the fluid part of your blood) from the red and white blood cells. Then the plasma is injected with needles back in your face.

Why plasma?

It's rich in platelets, growth factors, and other nutrients that reportedly stimulate the growth of collagen and healthy skin cells.

When we inject the platelets into the face, it tricks the body into thinking that there has been an injury and hence, bring growth factors to aid new collagen formation. This type of procedure is used for facials and also after surgery to speed up healing.