PRP (Plasma Rich Protein)

PRP, formally termed Platelet Rich Plasma, is an advanced regenerative procedure that utilises the healing properties of a patient’s own blood to rejuvenate and improve the skin’s texture and appearance. PRP is renowned for its regenerative benefits, making it a popular choice for skin revitalisation producing natural and long-lasting results.


PRP treatment involves taking a small sample of blood from the patient. The blood is then processed in a centrifuge to separate the platelet-rich plasma (PRP) from other components. The concentrated PRP, filled with growth factors and other bioactive substances, is then carefully injected into the targeted areas of the skin.

The growth factors in PRP stimulate collagen production, improving skin elasticity, and promoting a smoother texture. This regenerative process helps address concerns such as fine lines, wrinkles, acne scars, and overall skin rejuvenation.


PRP treatment involves minimal downtime, and most patients can resume their daily activities immediately after the procedure. Mild redness or swelling at the injection sites may occur, but these side effects are generally temporary and well-tolerated.

A series of PRP sessions spaced at regular intervals is recommended to achieve optimal results, tailored to each patient’s unique skin needs and desired outcomes. Over time, the skin becomes smoother, firmer, and more radiant, with a youthful and rejuvenated appearance.