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Face Mesotherapy with the method of Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) is an anti-aging treatment that uses growth factors produced by activated platelets. A small volume of blood (5-15 ml) has to be collected from the client. The withdrawn blood is centrifuged so as the platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is isolated and then injected back into the client to rejuvenate the skin.

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Procedure Time

30 - 60 minutes

Duration of Results

10 - 12 months


Numbing Cream



Results seen in

30 - 60 minutes

Back to work


Potential side effects

Redness of the face and potential swelling

Derma PRP Prices

1 Treatment150Book Online
Course of 3350Book Online

Frequently Asked Questions

What parts of the face can PRP treat?

The entire face itself can actually benefit from PRP. For example, PRP works great in removing the wrinkles and frown lines on the forehead. On the cheeks, it can restore lost volume and make the cheeks for plump. Moreover, it can also help with filling sunken eye sockets.

Is it effective in treating wrinkles?

Yes, quite often it is used as an independent product to treat wrinkles. It can also be used in combination with surgical procedures to provide an even better result. Procedures such as facelift or necklift surgery can remove wrinkles, tighten the skin while PRP builds up collagen in the area.

What side effects does PRP have?

Like with all injectable fillers, PRP has the possibility of having mild swelling, bruising, itching, and irritation. A person may have one or all of these side effects. Nevertheless, keeping in mind that PRP procedures are still relatively new, there may be side effects which are long term that we are still unaware of.

How long does PRP’s effects last?

There is no anti-aging treatment available that is permanent. Each and every treatment requires maintenance and PRP is no different. It is estimated that PRP’s effects can last anywhere from nine months to two years. After that, the effects will begin to fade and a follow up treatment will be required.

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