As we age, we lose collagen in our skin at a rate that is faster than our bodies create it, hence the ongoing change in our skin thickness and quality over time. PRP enhances facial volume, plumps and fills in fine lines and wrinkles, promotes a more youthful and radiant complexion and can be successfully utilised in the delicate areas around the eyes and mouth, where dermal fillers, lasers and neurotoxins may not be as effective. You will notice gradual and subtle results that continues to improve with time recreating a more refreshed and rejuvenated appearance.
PRP was approved for use in Australia in January 2009 where it has remained at the forefront of anti-ageing technology. We know that it really works as PRP is backed by over 100 scientifc papers for a myriad of indications; from the treatment of many medical problems (eg. osteopathic conditions), during major surgeries such as transplants and burns treatments, ulcer healing, bone grafts, musculoskeletal injuries, cardiac surgeries, and hair regrowth.