PRP Dracula Therapy

PRP Cheshire

What is PRP?

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is a non-surgical treatment that utilizes your own body’s healing abilities to stimulate skin healing, repair and recovery. It has the power to trigger your body’s own tissue regeneration potential.  It is a natural treatment that uses the platelets from your own blood. When activated platelets secrete and release at least 7 different growth factors which enhance the natural healing processes. They also stimulate collagen growth of collagen to rejuvenate the skin, improve the blood supply to the tissues and can greatly improve skin tone and texture. It also reduces fine lines and wrinkles and can stimulate hair growth in the hair follicles.

PRP has been thoroughly investigated, and it is used for medical treatments. Doctors use PRP for nerve injury, tendinitis, osteoarthritis, cardiac muscle injury, bone repair and regeneration, plastic surgery and oral surgery. PRP helps treat sports injuries in professional athletes as well to stimulate healing for skin wounds and burns.

What does PRP treatment involve?

This innovative technique involves centrifuging a small sample of blood to separate it into different components. Your practitioner will extract the PRP component from the sample and prepare it for injection.

Using a small sterile needle, your practitioner will inject the PRP in and around the desired site.

Alternatively, some of our practitioners apply the PRP on the skin after a dermapen or dermaroller. This creates lots of tiny channels in the skin due to microneedling, which allows the PRP to penetrate into the tissues.

What type of PRP treatments are available?

At Cheshire Lasers, we use PRP on the face, neck, scalp, hands and other areas of the body for skin rejuvenation with sometimes astonishing results.

Treatment of the face with PRP has been called the vampire facial or Dracula facial on various reality TV shows such as Cheshire Housewives. Celebrities such as Kim Kardashian have had this treatment to rejuvenate the skin.

PRP- Face, hands, decolletage, scarring & skin

Skin becomes plump, brighter and rejuvenated; fine lines and wrinkles reduce.  The skins hydration and contours improve to create a youthful, radiant bloom.
It is highly successful in reducing crow’s feet and wrinkles around the lips, nose and mouth. It is popular for the tear trough area giving a more natural appearance.

PRP for Intimate Areas

It is also used for rejuvenation of the intimate areas in men and women to rejuvenate the skin, which can help a variety of conditions such as skin dryness as well as reduce sexual function problems.

PRP for Hair Loss

The high number of growth factors in PRP will strengthen hair follicles and improve hair loss & thinning hair. For hair loss 6 treatments are recommended over 12 months – every month for 3 months, then every 3 months for 9 months.

How many PRP treatments will I need?

A course of treatments one every month give the best results. The number of treatment you require depends on the problem. Often you will need at least three treatments.

What are the benefits of PRP:

No surgery/ no anaesthetic
Completely safe and natural – no synthetic substances/no danger of allergic reactions or infections
Walk-in Walk-out procedure – minimal disruption to your day
Virtually painless plus fast results and fast recovery

How much does PRP cost?

PRP treatments cost between £400 to £600 / session

Who performs the PRP treatments at Cheshire Lasers?

Dr Priyanka Vaidya performs PRP at Cheshire Lasers find out more about her and view her prices here.

She provides PRP after dermarollering and also uses a mesogun for injecting PRP.

Patricia Goodwin consultant Nurse Practitioner performs this treatment find out more about her and view her prices here.

She provides PRP after dermarollering and also injects PRP.

Aesthetic Nurse Moira of Jouvence Aesthetics performs PRP at Cheshire Lasers you can find out more about her and view her prices here.

She provides injectable PRP and also provides Intimate area PRP.