Widely touted as the ‘it treatment’ for facial rejuvenation (Kim Kardashian’s infamous vampire selfie, anyone?), platelet rich plasma technology has been lauded for its ability to regenerate and revitalise the complexion. Dr Michael Rich leads a team of experienced doctors, dermatologists and nurses, all highly skilled in the use of platelet rich plasma treatments for facial rejuvenation, hair loss and injury.
ENRICH Clinic uses the Angel PRP, a state-of-the-art technology which concentrates the platelets significantly more than other machines, delivering higher quality PRP treatments and outcomes.
PRP for alopecia and hair growth
Platelet rich plasma has been used in the orthopaedic realm for years, but its use in dermatology focuses on alopecia, facial rejuvenation and its healing properties. PRP uses a component of your blood (platelets) to regenerate and rejuvenate the skin and hair follicles. PRP hair treatments for hair loss targets and stimulates under-developed and under-active hair follicles to encourage hair growth, proving itself in some circumstances to be an effective hair-growth treatment. The treatment can be used to increase hair density in alopecia patients. The American Academy of Dermatology suggests that platelet rich treatments encourage hair growth with the release of several growth factors from platelets with receptors in the hair follicles.
The treatment works by injecting stem cells and growth factors directly into an area, in order to stimulate growth and rejuvenation of cells. Most patients will require 2-3 treatments in order to see maximum results.
PRP for facial rejuvenation
PRP injections for skin rejuvenation can help improve the appearance of sagging skin, fine lines and wrinkles, reduce the appearance of acne scarring, and plump areas of the face that have lost volume over time with the normal ageing process. In addition, it helps to refresh skin tone and improve skin texture and firmness.
Refresh and reset with PRP at ENRICH Clinic. Contact our friendly staff to arrange your consultation.