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PRP Therapry

PRP Therapy Treatment in Kent, Essex and London


PRP (Plasma Rich Platelets) Therapy

Platelet-rich Plasma, also called PRP is a minimally invasive procedure that uses a patient’s own blood, which is processed to concentrate the platelets and then microneedle or re-inject into the patient’s skin. The growth factors in the platelets promote healing and tissue regeneration, resulting in improved skin appearance. PRP is considered a safe and effective treatment option with minimal downtime and side effects.

Benefits of PRP for skin include:
– Skin Rejuvenation
PRP therapy can stimulate collagen production and improve skin texture, tone and elasticity, leading to more youthful looking skin.

– Reduced appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
PRP therapy can help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles by stimulating collagen production and promoting tissue regeneration.

– Improved skin texture
PRP therapy can improve skin texture by reducing the appearance of scars, sun damage and hyperpigmentation.

– Reduced acne scarring
PRP therapy can help reduce the appearance of acne scars by promoting tissue and collagen production.

– Removed pigmentation
PRP therapy is being used to treat melasma, a common pigmentation disorder that causes brown or prey patches on the skin. The platelets release growth factors that help to reduce pigmentation and improve skin texture.

Benefits of PRP for hair include:
– Hair growth
PRP therapy can promote hair regrowth by stimulating the hair follicles and increasing blood flow to the scalp

– Increased hair thickness and density
PRP therapy can help increase hair thickness and density by promoting the growth of healthy hair follicles.

– Reduced hair loss
PRP therapy can help the reduce hair loss by strengthening hair follicles and promoting hair growth.

Microneedling is a medical procedure which uses a series of microscopic needles, which are controlled by a motorised head to provide thousands of precision channels into the dermal layer of skin.

The needles cause a controlled injury by multiple micro-punctures in the dermis. These micro-punctures stimulate growth factors in the skin and the post traumatic response produces collage and elastin, two of the key building blocks of our skin.

Primarily, this is a skin rejuvenation therapy that will give results over a long-term period.

Uses of dermal needling include:
– Skin rejuvenation
– Sun damange
– Hyperpigmentation
– Enlarged or dilated pores
– Acne scarring
– Stretch marks
– Hair regeneration

The benefits of microneedling and PRP therapy compliment each other. In the majority of indications, microneedling provides an effective and efficient method of delivery of PRP into the skin and reducing the risk of some side effects such as bruising when compared to injecting.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is PRP Therapy?

PRP therapy is known as plasma or stem cell therapy, made famous by the ‘Vampire Facial’. The treatment utilises your body’s own ability to regenerate, heal, and rejuvenate the treated area. The idea is that injecting PRP into the damaged tissue will stimulate your body to grow new, healthy cells and promote healing and regeneration. The procedure is simple, safe and is very beneficial, achieving amazing natural results.

What is the PRP treatment process?

The practitioner will draw a sample of your blood from your arm. The blood is placed into a centrifuge to separate the red blood cells from the plasma. Depending on the objectives of the treatment, the plasma is then injected or microneedled into the desired areas

Is PRP therapy Painful?

There may be mild discomfort from the injections / microneedling device and a tingling sensation. This is a normal part of the healing process. A mild erythema (redness) may be visible for up to 24 hours in the treatment area.

What results are expected with PRP Therapy?

The treatment will give you an instant skin ‘glow’ on the days following the procedure and then the magic begins as the actual process of new cell formation starts. You will continue to see improvement over the next 30-90 days as you produce new cells in the treated area.

How many treatments are needed?

Everyone’s needs are individual depending on the area to be treated. The standard protocol is at least 3 initial treatments 4-8 weeks apart, followed by maintenance treatments every 4-6 months. This depends on the area being treated and individual circumstances. Hair restoration requires more treatments.

Summary of your treatment

Procedure Time

30-45 minutes

(including consultation)

Back to Work


Full Recovery

1-3 days


(mild redness usually subsides in less than 24 hours and any bruising disappears within 7 days)

On-Set of Results


Duration of Results

6 – 12 months




£300 per session

Our clinic is situated near Longfield mainline station, making us conveniently located for those from Dartford, Gravesend, Bexley, Bromley, Kent, Essex, London and surrounding areas situated customers seeking lip fillers, dermal fillers and Botox®

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