Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is not a filler, but a biological cell therapy that uses your own blood platelets and enriched plasma to enhance cell proliferation in the short term and induce fibroblast and growth factor activity in the long term. This results in advanced tissue healing and cell regeneration.
Dracula PRP™ Therapy | A powerful anti-ageing treatment that involves using plasma from your own blood as an injectable stimulant.
Platelets are full of Growth Factors which regulate the life of every cell in the body. All body organs contain inactive stem cells that once activated can lead to the formation of healthy new tissue. Dracula PRP Therapy uses your own activated plasma which is re injected back into your body. These are your own cells, so there is no risk of reaction, granulomas, bumps or lumps, infection or asymmetry. Only plasma rich in Growth Factors allows for the stimulation of the cell healing process and collagen production in many different tissues.
PRP can be combined with other therapies to increase their effectiveness, such as acne and rosacea treatments.
A small sample of your blood is placed in a centrifuge for separation into red blood cells, clear serum and platelets. Vitamins and amino acids can be added before this super-charged serum is re-injected using tiny injections into the required area. The body is then able to heal faster and more efficiently. It stimulates DNA repair, heals scars and makes skin look, feel and behave like younger skin. Not only is it an amazing anti-ageing treatment, but it has wider uses such as treating hair loss and sports injuries.
Because of the ongoing ageing process, treatments once or twice a year are advised to maintain results.
Key Treatments are:
- Face and Neck Rejuvenation
- Sports Injuries
See Anti-Aging Pricing for treatment costs.
Contact us for more details, or book online for a free Consultation (Tuesdays Only).
Dracula PRP™ Therapy is provided by Sharon Savage BSc (Hons) Registered Nurse and Independent Nurse Prescriber.
Tuesdays opening times are 9:30 – 7:00 (subject to change.)