PRP Platelet Rich Skin Peel

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is the next level in anti-ageing treatments. This innovative skin rejuvenation solution is a medical leap in skin aesthetics. Whether you want to reverse the signs of ageing or eliminate stubborn scars, PRP cleverly uses your body’s regenerative materials without artificial or harmful chemicals. It can effectively combat unwanted skin conditions for advanced skin renewal. The organic nature of PRP makes it an incredibly popular treatment with high success rates.

Treatment Summary

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  • Anaesthetic
  • Back to work
  • Full recovery
  • Duration of results
  • Risks & complications

What is PRP? 

Platelet rich plasma is a medical procedure first used in the 1980s during an open heart surgery. Also known as the vampire facial, this treatment extracts samples of your blood and reinjects its proteins and nutrients into problem areas, such as ageing skin or scarring. Using the patient’s own plasma and proteins makes PRP a highly effective and safe procedure. With minimal downtime and long-term results, you can enjoy groundbreaking skin solutions.   

How does PRP work?

PRP works by taking a sample of your own blood and spinning it in a centrifuge to separate the blood from the plasma. The platelet rich part is collected and injected back into the target areas. These platelets contain regenerative and healing molecules that stimulate the natural creation of collagen and elastin in the dermis. This process naturally and safely heals damaged cells and inhibits the ageing process. The use of a mesotherapy gun delivers small amounts of PRP into the skin quickly and efficiently, with the remainder of the plasma then used for microneedling. When combined with microneedling, the vampire facial produces revolutionary skin regeneration results. 

What are the benefits of PRP?

PRP skin treatments make facial aesthetics safe and natural. The production of collagen and elastin improves ageing skin by thickening and plumping the dermis; it effectively reduces wrinkles and skin laxity. PRP under the eye successfully thickens the sensitive skin in this region and evens out fine lines. It effectively heals stubborn scars from deep within for healthy and renewed skin. Plus, it can help with hair loss or thinning by organically stimulating hair growth.  





Face: 1 treatment – £325

Face with AnteAGE Stem Cells: 1 treatment – £500

Hair: 1 treatment – £450

Hair with AnteAGE Stem Cells: 1 treatment – £500

*Recommended 3 treatments, each treatment 1 month apart

PRP Platelet Rich Skin Peel

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How many treatments do I need?

    It is recommended to have 3 to 4 treatments, usually spaced four to six weeks apart.

  • How quickly will I see results?

    Optimal results become visible 6 weeks after the 3rd PRP therapy.

  • How long do results last?

    Results can last between 12 – 18 months, to maintain the full benefits Dr Raj recommends a follow up treatment every 12 months.

  • What parts of the body can PRP be used on?

    It can be used on any area requiring skin rejuvenation. The most popular areas being the face, neck and decolletage.

  • Is there any aftercare following PRP treatments?

    Immediately after your treatment, there are many things to avoid to ensure you get the best results. Avoid strenuous exercise, spas, saunas, and hot showers for 24 hours. For 48 hours, sleep on your back, if possible, and avoid consumption of alcohol. Do not take any medication following the treatment unless directed otherwise by a physician. For at least 5 days, avoid rubbing or massaging the treated area. And for 2 weeks post-treatment, avoid facials, waxing, chemical peels, IPL, or laser treatments.
    When it comes to keeping moisturised, we recommend using a gentle cream or gel to soothe and calm the skin for the next 7 days. For 24 hours, avoid oil-based makeup and active cosmeceutical products like AHAs, retinoids, and vitamin C.

  • Is downtime required after the treatment?

    Fortunately, PRP requires very little downtime. It’s normal to experience swelling, bruising or mild redness that usually settles the next day. Dr. Raj advises applying a gentle cream or gel to affected areas to reduce these side effects.

  • Are there any risks?

    As with any cosmetic procedure, there can be some risks and side effects with PRP skin treatments, these include; redness, swelling, bruising, and tenderness. Skin aesthetics done by an experienced medical doctor like Dr. Raj is safe and low-risk with attention to detail and the highest care for your ultimate well-being.

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