Platelet Rich Plasma

Also known as PRP, this treatment utilises the bodies own healing abilities. It involves concentrated injections of a patients own platelets to enhance the healing of the skin or hair follicles. It is more commonly known as the vampire facial or stem cell therapy.

The treatment can be used to help treat the following concerns:

Three treatments are recommended for skin rejuvenation although results can be seen as early as one. It induces the production of collagen that will brighten, hydrate and rejuvenate the skin. Six treatments are recommended for hair loss although results can be seen from two.


1 Treatment


PRP and Microneedling Package - £350

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Frequently Asked Questions

A consultation is carried out before the treatment to check suitability and to ensure it is safe you for you have.

Results can be seen after 1 treatment for skin rejuvenation and after 2 treatments for hair loss treatment. Results are usually seen 1 to 2 months after the initial treatment.

If you have the recommended 3 treatments carried out at 4 weeks apart for skin rejuvenation, and want to maintain the results, repeat the 3 treatment process every 12 months. For hair loss, 6 treatments are advised and the 6 treatment process should be repeated every 12 months to maintain the results.

Numbing cream is applied before this treatment to help make the patient more comfortable. Some discomfort may still be felt.

As with any injectable treatment bruising, swelling and infection are potential risks. Redness can appear immediately after the treatment but does settle down. It is important to be open and candid before the treatment and follow the aftercare advice to minimise risk.

It is most commonly used to treat the face and neck for skin rejuvenation and the head for hair loss. It is also used on the décolletage and back area and any other skin areas requiring rejuvenation.

The platelet rich plasma stimulates the patients own stem cells to come and heal and regenerate the treatment site.