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PRF Treatments

Treatments with PRF
(Platelet Rich Fibrin)

PRF (Platelet Rich Fibrin)


Imagine PRP with superpowers. Platelet-Rich Fibrin (PRF) is a 100% natural blood concentrate that is rapidly gaining recognition as the next big thing in aesthetics. Unlike PRP, PRF is produced through a meticulous process involving slow spin speeds, devoid of separating plugs and chemical additives. The result? An autologous blood concentrate that redefines the standards of skin rejuvenation.

Clinical evidence shows that PRF offers remarkable benefits, including increased volume effect, superior skin rejuvenation, and longer-lasting results compared to PRP.

What sets PRF apart is its enriched composition. Not only does it boast a higher platelet concentration, but it also contains white blood cells (WBC) and mesenchymal stem cells. The absence of anticoagulants in its preparation allows for the formation of a crucial fibrin clot after injection. This clot gradually releases growth factors over an extended period, in stark contrast to the short-lived effects of PRP.

The fibrin matrix within PRF acts as a three-dimensional scaffold, keeping platelets at the injection site, akin to a natural filler. In simpler terms, PRF delivers more potent results, as the "liquid gold" lingers to unleash a greater abundance of stem cells and growth factors.

PRF can be applied to the skin by itself, used with needling devices, or administered following laser resurfacing treatments. It's also suitable for direct injection into problematic areas, much like natural dermal fillers. Injected PRF imparts immediate volume to the skin, with continued rejuvenation even after the initial effects subside. This makes it an excellent choice for those seeking a more natural approach to dermal fillers. Since PRF is derived entirely from the client's own blood, individual factors such as smoking, stress, and illness can influence the results. Typically, a series of three treatments can yield results that last up to two years.

PRF Under Eyes treatment (Tear Troughs)

The under-eye area, often referred to as the "tear trough," is a common concern among aesthetic clients. This area is often the first to show signs of ageing, with various factors at play, including skin damage, texture changes, bony alterations, and fat pad herniation. It's a complex area with thin, dynamic skin.

Traditionally, hyaluronic acid fillers have been used to address tear troughs, but these often lead to client and practitioner dissatisfaction due to their water-attracting properties, which are undesirable in the periocular region. PRF, on the other hand, contains growth factors and stem cells that stimulate the creation of new skin cells, collagen, and blood vessels. PRF injections typically result in minimal bruising or swelling and can be used as a stand-alone treatment or in combination with fillers, offering a high level of client satisfaction.

PRF for Hair Restoration

Are you experiencing hair loss or thinning hair? Platelet Rich Fibrin (PRF) offers a solution to stimulate new hair growth and restore a fuller appearance to your hair. PRF hair restoration is particularly effective when hair loss is noticed early, as it awakens dormant hair follicles with the help of growth factors, white blood cells, stem cells, and platelets contained in PRF. This treatment is also beneficial for women experiencing traction alopecia, which results from hairstyles which pull the hair such as extensions or braids. To achieve optimal results, a series of 3-4 treatments, spaced 30 days apart, is recommended, with visible improvements seen between 4-9 months post-treatment. Prior to your appointment, it's essential to stay well-hydrated for at least 3-4 days.

PRF Anti-Ageing Facial Mesotherapy

Platelet-rich fibrin (PRF) offers a completely natural way to rejuvenate your facial appearance. Using a concentration of your own blood, PRF can help restore a youthful, smooth complexion. These injections work over time to promote the generation of new collagen, enhancing skin tone and texture. A series of three sessions, spaced four weeks apart, is recommended.

PRF Microneedling (Vampire Facial)

Microneedling, also known as collagen induction therapy, is a popular, minimally invasive procedure that improves skin texture, reduces fine lines and scars, and enhances overall skin appearance without the risk of hyperpigmentation. This technique involves controlled puncturing of the skin with fine needles, stimulating the wound healing response and triggering the release of growth factors and collagen production by platelets. Applying PRF topically during and after microneedling can further enhance results by saturating the newly created micro-wounds with concentrated growth factors. This treatment requires you to stay well-hydrated for 3-4 days prior to your appointment.

PRF Body Microneedling

Platelet Rich Fibrin (PRF) is applied during microneedling treatments targeting areas such as the knees, legs, arms, and abdomen. This procedure stimulates collagen production, tightens the skin, improves hyperpigmentation, enhances skin texture, diminishes scarring, and reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It's the ultimate anti-aging treatment. As with other PRF treatments, it's important to stay well-hydrated for at least 3-4 days before your appointment.

PRF Scar treatments

For those seeking to diminish the appearance of scarring from injuries or surgical procedures like breast augmentation, tummy tuck, or knee replacement, Platelet Rich Fibrin (PRF) offers a promising solution. A series of 3-4 PRF treatments can yield optimal results. Preparing for this treatment involves staying well-hydrated for 24 hours before your appointment.

Here's how it works:

Consultation: Before the procedure,  our practitioner will discuss your skin concerns and determine which treatment is right for you to create a customised treatment plan based on your unique needs.

Blood Collection: A small amount of blood will be collected from your arm, which is then spun in a centrifuge to separate the PRF from the rest of your blood.

The PRF solution will then be applied to target the specific areas of concern.


Frequency of treatments:

To achieve optimal results, we recommend a series of three to six treatments, spaced four to six weeks apart. The number of treatments required may vary depending on the individual's skin concerns and goals.

Incorporate PRF into your beauty regimen and experience the transformative power of this natural blood concentrate across various aesthetic treatments.

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