PRP Therapy

Anti-Ageing PRP Therapy, is the hottest news in anti-ageing right now as it is being used by celebrities worldwide.

PRP Therapy is said to be a miracle skin treatment that dead, dull and scarred skin back to life. It’s a powerful anti-ageing treatment that uses your own body’s nutrients to help revive your skin cells, stimulate DNA repair, heal scars and give skin a youthful appearance. PRP Therapy is designed to combat the signs of ageing, without the need for invasive surgery.


The serum is rich in growth factors, natural proteins that can expedite healing and help reverse damage in the body. It is said to stimulate DNA repair of the skin, heal scars and make dry, wrinkled and lacklustre skin feel and look younger.

As the serum uses platelets that are extracted from your own blood, there is no risk of infection or disease transmission, and there is minimal risk of complications or side effects. It may take a few weeks for the full effects of the treatment to become visible, but with top-up treatments, you can expect the results of PRP therapy to last much longer.



What is PRP Therapy?

During PRP treatment, a small amount of blood is drawn from the patient into a sterile tube in the exact same manner as a standard blood sample. The tube is placed into a centrifuge and spun to separate the plasma and platelets from the other blood components.

After a few minutes the plasma and concentrated platelets are removed from the same tube and re-introduced into the patient at the site of the injury, scarring, or around more severe lines and wrinkles. Using a small sterile needle, the physician will carefully inject the PRP in and around the desired site.

Can I be allergic to PRP Therapy?

Research and clinical data show that PRP obtained from the patient's own blood is safe, with very minimal risk of adverse reactions or complications, so there is virtually no risk of an allergic reaction. Because the platelets are produced from your own blood, there is also no risk of injection or disease transmission.

What do I need to know about PRP Therapy?

During PRP therapy, a small amount of blood is taken and passed through a centrifuge system to separate the platelets and plasma from the red blood cells. This concentrate, known as the matrix, or Platelet Rich Plasma, is then injected into the areas to be treated. The plasma remains alive in the treated area for approximately 7 days but the activity of the stem cells in the plasma continues working for about 3 months.

Where is this treatment effective?

PRP therapy can be used on the face, neck, hands and all over the body with excellent results. It is said to stimulate DNA repair, assist in the healing of scars and is beneficial in the treatment of dry, wrinkled and lacklustre skin, helping it to feel and look younger, naturally.

Keep your skin looking its best all year round – get in touch with Doctor Nyla at Medispa (Cheshire, Birmingham, Liverpool & Harley Street, London)
for more information.