PRP Therapy for Plumper and Tighter Skin


Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) treatment uses platelets from a patient’s own blood. This natural blood product is injected into targeted areas of the body to release growth factors stimulating cell repair and generating new tissue. This enriched plasma helps the targeted area heal more efficiently and faster. Because the plasma used is extracted from your own blood, it doesn’t carry any transmittable diseases, and cannot cause hypersensitivity or allergic reactions.

PRP has numerous applications including assisting in the reduction of osteoarthritis symptoms, soft tissue injuries, as well as in the cosmetic industry to enhance rejuvenate skin complexion and firmness.









30 MINUTES (Preparation required)


Need to be well hydrated & have eaten on the day of treatment as blood will be drawn


What Is Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy?

Platelet Rich Plasma therapy (also known as PRP injection treatment) is a bio active skin rejuvenation treatment that uses the plasma in your own blood. This is then reinjected into the skin to activate collagen and develop new skin cells, creating plumper and tighter skin. PRP has been used for decades for wound healing in surgical and sports medicine settings and has been adapted in the cosmetic industry for improving skin integrity.

What Is Involved In PRP Injection Treatment?

Our Cosmetic Physicians or nurses will gently collect blood from your arm and place it in a centrifuge. The plasma is then separated from the red blood cells, and then the plasma, which is rich in growth factors, is used for the treatment.

Before the treatment:

Our Cosmetic Physicians or nurses will assess your suitability for PRP Therapy. They can develop a tailored PRP treatment plan with you, and the treatment can be performed on the day. Some individuals may be unsuitable for treatment based on certain lifestyle and health factors.

What PRP Injections Treat?

PRP is most popular as a full-face rejuvenation treatment, resulting in a glowing complexion with improved skin integrity.

Eye area
PRP Therapy for eyes the upper eyelids can be treated to tighten the area that often has skin laxity, as well as to smooth the under-eye area.

Dark circles
Dark under-eye circles can be improved with PRP treatment to thicken and brighten the skin.

PRP for wrinkles
Used to rejuvenate the skin and by stimulating collagen and elastin, fine lines and wrinkles are reduced, including but not limited to:

  • Neck
  • Forehead
  • Décolletage
  • Back of hands

Is there downtime?

You may experience mild swelling and bruising at the injection points for up to a week.