Platelet rich plasma

Platelet Rich Plasma is used for skin rejuvenating facials to help tighten the skin while improving texture and tone. PRP is also used for hair restoration treatments in areas that have lost a lot of hair or are beginning to thin out.



PRP with Microneedling

60 Minutes

PRP facials use your own blood’s platelets & plasma on your face. The natural chemicals in your own PRP is applied onto the face and then microneedled into the skin during a short procedure. This procedure rejuvenates your entire face, tightens wrinkled areas, and smoothes the overall look. This is due to the fact that PRP stimulates collagen growth.

hair rejuvenation

prp for hair loss

60 Minutes

Platelet rich plasma for hair loss increases blood supply to the hair follicle and increases the thickness of the hair shaft. PRP is injected into the scalp in spots where the hair has thinned or there is hair loss. We recommend a series of 4-6 services spread out every 4 weeks for best result


prp with natural fat transfers

When used in combination with natural fat transfers, PRP can offer several benefits. The growth factors present in PRP can stimulate the growth of new blood vessels, which helps the transferred fat cells to receive the necessary nutrients and oxygen to survive and integrate into the surrounding tissue. PRP can also reduce inflammation, improve skin texture and tone, and promote healing in the treated area. Overall, the use of PRP in natural fat transfers can enhance the results of the procedure and improve patient satisfaction.


PRP is used to stimulate collagen growth which is great for those experiencing hair loss which can help with hair growth.

Patients usually see results in PRP for hair loss in about 3-6 months. For facial use, patients can see tightening and an even skin tone in about 1-2 weeks after the procedure.

Blood is drawn from the patient and then spun in a centrifuge to separate the components. The PRP is then microneedled back into the skin.

Patients may feel slight discomfort when the PRP is being re-injected into the skin which only lasts a few minutes.

There is no downtime after the treatment – your skin may experience some redness or swelling which is to be expected. This redness will last for up to 24 hours.