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Platelet-Rich Plasma, otherwise known as PRP, is a concentrated solution derived from your own blood that contains a high level of growth factor, that can help regenerate and revitalise damaged tissue when injected into the skin/scalp.

PRP is a natural way to assist your body to heal and stimulate collagen and elastin. This process naturally depletes as we get older, so by incorporating this treatment, we are awakening cells to help strengthen your skin.

When injected into the skin/scalp, PRP can assist:

- Collagen Production

- Reduce Fine Line and Wrinkles

- Uneven Skin Tone and Pigmentation

- Active Acne and Dermatitis

- Plump Sagging, Crepey, Poor Textured Skin

- Diminish Acne Scars

- Aging Skin on the Neck, Chest, Hands and Forearms

- Stretch Marks - Breasts, Abdomen, Thighs

- Hair Growth & Density

How does it work?

Step 1: A special collection tube is used to draw the blood and placed into a centrifuge.

Step 2: After centrifugation, platelets are concentrated and placed in a syringe.

Step 3: Using a small needle, the platelets are then injected strategically into the scalp in the areas that need assistance.

The number of treatments depends on the individual and the areas in question. It's generally recommended that you have 2-3 treatments, 4-6 weeks apart. This can be determined during your first treatment on consult.

Results can be instant for some, leaving you with a glowing appearance. After your first treatment, the platelets will stimulate the growth factors which will assist with collagen growth, elastin and

blood supply to the treated areas, over the next few weeks. This will continue to improve over the next few months.

The most common side effects include:

- local irritation

- redness

- moderate to mild swelling (this may last 10-30 mins post treatment)

If you're looking for a minimally invasion, non-surgical option to rejuvenate dull skin and strengthen areas due to lost collagen production, come and visit us at Enhanceme Lab for a consult with our Cosmetic Injector today!


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