Stemp Cell Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy (PRP) is a Proper established procedure for improving the appearance of skin and healing wounds. It is used in many different medical practices such as dentistry, cardiac surgery, neurosurgery orthopaedics and cosmetics.
This therapy has become very popular in the fight against ageing and hair loss. Men in particular, are becoming very interested in and attracted to this so-called “PRP HAIR LOSS THRAPY” for hair restoration.
Hair loss can affect up to 70% of men at some point in their life. This process can start at a very early stage for few, but most men will suffer from some degree of hair loss by the age of 60.
Collagen provides structure and elasticity to your skin. But you lose collagen as you age, and this in part causes your skin to become thinner, weaker and visibly older. By counteracting the diminishment and breakdown of collagen, PRP breathes new life into your skin cells and encourages them to produce this important protein. PRP can be used anywhere on your body, including the face, neck, décolletage, elbows, knees. Stretch marks, wound and scars can be reduced and healed close to 100%.
PRP is a relatively simple therapy. A small amount of blood is extracted from your arm just like when you give a blood sample. Your blood is then treated to separate the plasma and platelets from the red blood cells and white blood cells. This platelet-rich plasma is then injected in the cleaned anaesthetised skin. The PRP treatment rarely takes longer than 45 minutes. It usually involves a treatment plan including multiple sessions over the course of 4-6 weeks.
Swelling, bruising or redness can occur straight after the procedure and last for about a day. Bruising sometimes occurs at the needle site, and last for a couple of days.