Face Prp Treatment in Delhi,

Face Prp Treatment Cost Delhi

PRP has been used successfully since many years to heal sports injuries. It is now becoming a popular treatment modality in aesthetic medicine to improve signs of chronic sun damage, ageing, fine lines and wrinkles, scars, and even dark circles.
It is gaining popularity very fast because of its “organic” nature and because it works.

What is Face PRP?

The Face PRP (also known as a vampire facial, vampire facelift, PRP facial) involves preparing a PRP from your blood and then injecting it superficially in the facial skin.

How does it work?

The growth factors in PRP stimulate the skin’s stem cells to produce more collagen, grow new cells and literally rejuvenate the skin. The process of new collagen synthesis is slow and gradual taking few weeks to months, which is why the skin keeps improving as more time passes.

How is face PRP done?

A small amount of patient’s blood sample is taken. It is processed in a machine, the final liquid is yellowish fluid which is rich in growth factors, hence called PRP. This PRP is then injected under the skin using very small and fine needles.

What are its benefits?

The face PRP causes skin rejuvenation. It helps in improving the skin texture. The skin feels softer, smoother, supple and more hydrated. The fine lines and wrinkles will improve. Blemishes and dark spots will reduce. It helps in evening out the skin tone with shrunken pores, making the skin look more radiant and flawless.

How frequently do I have to get face PRP done?

The face PRP may be repeated every 4-6 weeks. A total of 4-6 sessions are required to see the best results. Its effects last as long as 2 years.

What are the side effects?

Face PRP involves using sample prepared from patient’s own blood and injecting it back into the body. The chances of side effects are practically nil because the body can not reject its own blood.

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