How Does PRF Work?

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Medical grade numbing provided for your comfort.

Small amount of blood drawn then processed for PRP gold.

Enjoy a healthy new glow in 7 to 14 days!

What Is Platelet-Rich Plasma?

PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) is a blood component that contains natural growth factors which help the skin repair itself and stimulate soft-tissue rejuvenation. Once separated from the red blood cells, your own platelet-rich plasma and its remarkable healing powers can be used for cosmetic enhancement, ultimately encouraging new growth of collagen and elastin to create smoother, more youthful-looking skin.


Optimal results is achieved with series of treatments. 

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How Is PRP Used On Skin & Hair?

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) – sometimes called the ‘Vampire Facial’ (when used for skin quality and texture) or the ‘Vampire Facelift’ (when used to fill lines or lift sagging skin) is a therapy that uses your own cells to stimulate collagen, heal and regenerate your skin.


When PRP is used for the hair, the purpose is to deliver a high concentration of powerful growth factors to the scalp to stimulate inactive hair follicles into an active growth phase, increase hair density and thickness while reducing hair loss. 

How Much Does a PRP Treatment Cost?

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PRP/PRF + Microneedling Full Face


PRP/PRF + Mironeedling Full Face & Neck


PRP/PRF + Microneedling Full Face, Neck & Decollete


PRP Hair & Scalp Restoration




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Up to 3 People Can Share!

Treatment Packages* Conditions: Share Between Up to 3 People; Full Package Payment Due Upfront; Never Expires; No Refunds.



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