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PRP/ Vampire Facial

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Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy, also known as a 'vampire facial', is skin rejuvenation using your own cells and natural healing factors. 


PRP therapy involves injection of the patient’s own platelets and fibrin for the cosmetic treatment of wrinkles or scars in the face, hands, and neck. 

PRP obtained from your blood contains platelets, which clog cuts and tears in the body. Platelets also have growth factors, stimulating collagen production when injected into the skin.

PRP Therapy has been used in many medical procedures (e.g. wound healing and during joint surgery) over the years, and its safety is well established. 

PRP has been used for facial rejuvenation since 2006 and is very well renowned, with many celebrities (such as Kim Kardashian) being known to have done this treatment.


What happens during the treatment?

Our skin specialist will consult with you about your skin concern, perform a simple skin analysis, and recommend a sensible treatment with a reasonable outcome. Pre-treatment photographs are taken.
Your skin will be cleansed and prepared. Local anaesthetic cream will be applied for 30 minutes . Blood is taken from your arm and placed in a test tube which is then centrifuged.
The Platelet Rich Plasma is then prepared and activated.

Microneedling treatment will then performed after applying PRP topically on the treated area. The remaining PRP will then be injected into any obvious lines or wrinkles.

How long will the treatment take?

The treatment will take 2 hours.

How many treatments are recommended?

For the best possible outcome, 4-6 treatments are recommended, with around 4-6 weeks in between each treatment.

What results can I expect from PRP?

Improvement of skin texture and tone are noticeable within three weeks. Full collagen re-generation takes three months.Results  improve gradually over ensuing months with improvement in texture and tone.
Skin care and light therapies can enhance the results

What is the downtime on the treatment?

Whilst technically there is not 'downtime' for PRP, the treated skin area could be red and dry for around 2-3 days after the treatment. Occasionally, the injected area may have some bruising around it, but this will settle down in 4-5 days. Infection and scarring is very rare.

Who should NOT have a PRP facial?

  • Heavy smokers, drug and alcohol users

  • Platelet Dysfunction Syndrome

  • Critical Thrombocytopenia

  • Hypofibrinogenaemia

  • Haemodynamic Instability

  • Sepsis

  • Acute and Chronic Infections

  • Chronic Liver Pathology

  • Anti Coagulation Therapy

  • Person with Skin Disease or Cancer

  • Severe Metabolic and Systemic Disorders.


Avoid touching or apply anything on the treated area for 12 hours. It’s advised to apply moisturiser regularly after 12 hours as the skin could be come dry and flaky during the first 2-3 days. Apply sunscreen and avoid strong sun exposure in the first week after the treatment.

PRICE:                                                                1 Treatment                               Course of 3 treatments

PRP for hair growth                                     £400      £200                                  £1050        £500

PRP for skin rejuvenation                         £400      £200                                  £1050        £500  

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