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Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy (PRP)

Pricing from £175

At KL Cosmetic Clinics, our advanced Platelet Rich
Plasma Therapy treatments help improve skin rejuvenation with long-lasting results.

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Procedure time

45 minutes

Anaesthetic

Numbing cream applied 15-20 minutes prior to treatment

Recovery time

24-48 hours

Duration of results

6 – 9 months (with maintenance)

Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy Treatment at KL Cosmetic Clinics Doncaster

A PRP facial treatment is an advanced cosmetic treatment that involves injecting platelet-rich plasma (PRP) into the skin. PRP is a component of blood that contains growth factors and other proteins that promote healing on a cellular level. When injected into the skin, PRP can help improve texture and tone, reduce wrinkles, encourage new collagen growth and more.

What is PRP?

PRP stands for Platelet Rich Plasma. During PRP treatment, growth factors within your blood are harvested and administered to help regenerate cells at the treatment site. The growth factors trigger cell reproduction and stimulate tissue regeneration or healing in the treatment area. A small amount of blood is taken and processed at high speed in a centrifuge. This separates the blood into its constituent parts. The blood plasma is separated and prepared for use. A special microneedler applies the PRP solution to the affected area and injects it where it’s needed most. The idea is to deliver the healing elements contained within your blood directly to areas to accelerate healing and rejuvenation.

The use of your own blood elements is why it’s so effective in helping to tackle wrinkles, fine lines, skin discoloration, scarring and other skin conditions. Platelet-rich plasma is simply blood that contains more platelets than normal, and plays an important role in healing through the body.

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What is PRF?

PRF stands for Platelet Rich Fibrin. It’s an evolution of PRP that uses a similar solution but with more stem cells, white blood cells and fibrin from your blood. These three components add to the healing potential of blood plasma to deliver even more healing potential. PRF treatments are used to tackle similar conditions to PRP. The PRF solution is created using similar methods. A small amount of blood is taken, like a blood test and placed in a centrifuge like with PRP. The main difference is, we spin it slower and use a gel carrier to help keep it liquid. The result of this new process is more stem cells, more white blood cells and fibrin within the PRF solution.

The PRF solution has a much higher concentration of platelets, which boost healing potential even further. Where PRP typically has a 5x concentration, PRF has 10x concentration. This is another significant boost to healing potential.

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PRP & PRF Treatments

What is the difference between PRP and PRF?

PRP and PRF treatments are similar but there are key differences.

PRP offers:

  • Healing potential from your own blood plasma – PRP treatments are very effective at treating a range of medical and cosmetic conditions.
  • Natural healing potential with no chemicals – Aside from an anticoagulant (acid citrate dextrose) to stop blood clotting, PRP treatments are 100% natural.
  • Use concentrated platelet solutions to deliver healing to target areas – Both PRP and PRF use the healing power of your own blood to deliver healing to areas that need it most.
  • Require no surgery or invasive procedures – Both treatments are outpatient only and will take less than an hour. No surgery, no chemicals, no medication.
  • Both use your own blood to heal your own body – What could be more natural than healing you with your own growth factors

PRF offers:

  • Higher blood platelet count – Blood platelets contain a lot of the healing potential. You get up to 10 times the concentration with PRF than you do with PRP.
  • Slower release and longer healing period – PRF retains more of the structure of blood, which means a slower release of platelets. This provides faster healing thanks to higher concentration of platelets over a longer period thanks to the slower release.
  • Fibrin and white blood cells – Both fibrin and white blood cells have a vital role to play in healing. The PRF solution contains both to deliver much higher healing potential.

What can PRP and PRF treat?

Both PRP and PRF treatments can be used to tackle:

  • Acne scars
  • Hair loss
  • Alopecia
  • Stretch marks
  • Wrinkles and lines
  • Uneven skin tone or texture
  • Sagging skin
  • Hyperpigmentation

Treatment prices

PRP & PRF TreatmentsPrice
Pure PRF
Single treatment£200
Course of 4 (recommended)£700 (Saving £100)
Additional treatment area - Decollete, hands£75
Pure PRF Hair
Single treatment£175
Course of 4 (recommended)£600 (Saving £100)

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If you have further questions about PRP or PRF treatments, or if you would like to book a consultation simply complete our contact form below, or call us on 01302 832 209.

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