Discover PRP: the secret to achieving youthful skin
Nicknamed the vampire facial, PRP facial rejuvenation hit the headlines when Kim Kardashian posted a viral selfie in 2013. But this treatment is so much more than a celebrity fad!
PRP (platelet-rich plasma) injections are the all-natural way to achieve tighter, plumper, more youthful skin. It uses your body’s own cells, called platelets, to stimulate the skins stem cells, leading to increased production of collagen, elastin and blood vessels.
The results? Refreshed, rejuvenated skin with a reduction in fine lines & wrinkles and improved skin texture.
What’s involved in PRP?
The now-infamous photo of Kim shows her face covered in blood, and we understand if that was a confronting image to see. Please be assured that Coastal Goddess offer a less traumatic option!
A small amount of blood is taken from your arm by our Coastal Goddess practitioners, just like a standard blood test. This blood is then processed in a centrifuge, to separate the different components of your blood. The plasma that’s extracted is rich in the platelets required for the treatment.
Then, rather than rolling the PRP into your skin with a dermal roller à la Kimmy K, we use fine needles to inject it into the deeper layers of your skin, making it far more effective and with considerably less downtime.
When will I notice results?
PRP is a gradual treatment, so results won’t be evident immediately. Your complexion will keep improving for several weeks after the treatment, as your skin is nourished by the new collagen & elastin.
We recommend three to four appointments, 1 month apart, for the best results.
What are the benefits of the PRP facial?
Firmer, tighter skin
Reduction in fine lines and wrinkles
Minimise the appearance of scarring and pigmentation
Improved tone and texture of the skin
Increased moisture retention
PRP is a natural cosmetic injectable, working with your own DNA
Is PRP painful?
PRP treatment can be uncomfortable for some patients, so we offer several options for pain management, including local anaesthetic, topical numbing cream, ice, or Entonox gas.
Where can I get PRP injections?
Neck and décolletage
Anywhere you have skin really!