WHAT IS PRP THERAPY?

PRP Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy  supports to rejuvenate the skin by injecting your own blood plasma under your dermis, to stimulate cell growth and collagen production. It helps to improve complexion and texture and restore lost facial volume. PRP  treatment involves extracting blood from a patient's arm and using a  centrifuge to separate the platelets and plasma from the red blood  cells. Platelet-rich plasma PRP injections bathe troubled cells in a  concentrated mixture of platelets from your own blood. Platelets are  involved in clotting and wound healing, and so the more-is-better hope  is that they'll stimulate healing naturally. Since skin renewal and  rejuvenation is using the body's own active regeneration components,  facial skin renewal is continued for about 3 months after the procedure. The overall effects of the PRP can last for over a year.

WHAT IS PRF FACIAL THERAPY?

PRF Platelet-Rich Fibrin: The Ultimate Blood Concentrate. The use of blood concentrates is becoming  more and more popular in medical aesthetics to help men and women  achieve a younger and fresher look by using their own cells. PRF is the  next step in the evolution of natural skin and hair rejuvenation PRF is  the next generation of PRP and contains very high concentrations white  blood cells, fibrin and a small number of stem cells found circulating  in our bloodstreams. PRF becomes a gel after 15 to 20 minutes of being  isolated and immediately upon being injected into the face or body. PRF  is a fibrin matrix comprised of platelet cytokines, growth factors and  cells used to help promote skin rejuvenation, hair growth, and wound  healing.
 

PRP&PRF Facials at Maples Bridgend

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PRD_PRF treatments Bridgend

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