PRP for Eyes
What is it?Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a concentrated blood plasma containing 3 to 5 times the amount of platelets as standard human blood. It also contains bioactive proteins, mesenchymal stem cells and other benefits that help restore damaged skin and accelerate the healing process for wounds and injuries.
How does it work?
PRP signals our body’s natural healing response thus stimulates new collagen production and skin cell renewal. This will help minimize fine lines, improve skin complexion and increase quality collagen levels around the eyes.
The photos show the before (pictured right) and after (pictured left) results for Profound on skin tightening and face lifting.
What are the benefits?
- Reduce the appearance of fine lines
- Improve skin complexion
- Increase quality collagen level around the eyes
- No risk of immune response or disease transmission
- Safe for all skin types with minimal downtime
- Can be complemented with Dermal Filler to target volume loss
Frequently asked questions.
Below is more information you need to know about this treatment.
Though the difference is visible immediately after treatment, for optimal results, most people need three sessions, each spaced a month apart. Ongoing follow-up treatments every six months is advised to maintain your results.
Your blood will be drawn in and centrifuged. In a closed sterile system, the PRP will concentrate and separate from the rest of the blood. The PRP will be injected in the lower-eyelid area.
A topical anesthetic or pain medication may be given so that you do not feel any pain but you will not be sedated. After the PRP injections, you can easily return to daily life.
Bruises, headaches and slight redness is normal depending on each individual treatment and should subside within 24 hours.
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