Unlock Youthful Skin & Hair Growth with PRP Therapy
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PRP: The Ultimate Liquid Gold

As if the pandemic couldn’t have gotten any worse, we are now starting to see clients with the most unusual hair loss & increase in loss of collagen. Do you want that glow and firmness in your face and neck back, but you don’t like the idea of going under the knife? Fortunately, we have an all-natural solution made from the healing properties of your own blood.

What is PRP? 

PRP, or platelet-rich plasma, is a concentrate derived from whole blood that is centrifuged to remove red blood cells. It can hold many benefits when looking for overall skin improvement! When paired with aesthetic treatments, PRP improves overall skin texture and tone and decreases the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles around the mouth and eyes.


Who is a candidate for PRP?

Because it boosts collagen, it’s particularly good for people who suffer from rosacea or acne. PRP can also be used for injection treatments which include PRP hair, PRP under eyes, and PRP anti-aging.


How does it work?

Injecting PRP into the skin triggers collagen production by stimulating the body’s natural wound-healing response. This helps plump hollowing areas such as tear trough grooves, cheeks, and temples.


Can PRP be used for hair?

Yes, When PRP is injected into your scalp, it works to heal affected areas and stimulate reparative cells through the use of growth factors. This promotes dormant follicles to start working again, giving results of thicker and fuller hair appearance.



Because PRP injections prompt your body to heal itself at an accelerated rate, your results can accrue over weeks to months. You will notice a difference in your skin right after the treatment, but the real benefits occur during the collagen remodeling process.


Benefits of PRP include:

  • Tighter skin
  • Firmer skin
  • Healthy hair growth
  • More pliable, elastic skin
  • Reduction in fine lines and wrinkles
  • And so much more..

Contact us today to find out if you’re a candidate for PRP therapy.

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