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PRP Treatment

A brilliant, truly natural option to treat hair loss, skin laxity and joint pains.

What is PRP?

PRP is Plasma Rich Protein.

This is the fluid part of your blood and contains compounds integral for healing, immunity and rejuvenation.

What happens in PRP treatment?

A small vial of blood is taken in the same way you would have a blood test at your GP.=

The solid cells are separated from the plasma using a centrifuge and only the plasma retained.

The area you wish to treat will be numbed using topical cream to make the procedure pain free. 

The PRP is intricately injected using a very fine needle into the layers of the skin needing to be rejuvenated.

The whole process from start to end take around 1hr.

How does PRP help hair loss?

Healing proteins in the plasma trigger repair and regeneration of skin and hair follicles. This then stimulates hair growth.

A minimum of 3 treatments around 3 weeks apart is recommended. Some people may benefit from more

You start to see results soon after

When combined with appropriate supplementation and other rejuvenating treatments such as Microneedling or polynucleotides, this achieves even more dramatic results.

How does PRP help skin and joints?

PRP contains proteins that trigger repair and that are integral to stimulate collagen production and help with natural clearing of damaged tissue.

When directly injected into the skin or into the joint this boosts healing.

To further reduce inflammation and pain in joints and to help settle inflammatory skin issues such as rosacea or acne,, Omega-3 supplementation is key. In clinic you can have a personalised blood test to check your levels and then tailored evidence based supplementation to help heal inflammation throughout the body.

Read more about supplementation and testing


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