During the intake, we assess your suitability for treatment, discuss your expectations and explain the process step by step. After signing the necessary forms and answering any questions you may have, we will begin treatment. The procedure starts with drawing a small amount of your own blood. This blood is then placed in a centrifuge to separate it and obtain plasma rich in platelets and growth factors. This platelet-rich plasma is then injected into the skin of your neck and décolleté using a fine needle.
The comfort level during PRP treatment can vary, but most clients experience only mild discomfort during the injections.
Generally, a full session for PRP treatment, including preparation, takes between 30 to 40 minutes.
Side effects are usually mild and may include temporary redness, swelling or bruising at the injection sites. These usually disappear within a few days.
Most clients begin to see results after three to four weeks, corresponding to the full skin renewal cycle.
The durability of results varies by individual, but with appropriate follow-up care, the effects of PRP treatment can last up to a year or more.
There is no extended recovery period after PRP treatment. You can resume your normal activities immediately after treatment, but it is advisable to avoid strenuous physical activity and sun exposure for 24 hours after the procedure.
Most people who want to reduce signs of aging on their neck and décolletage are potential candidates for PRP treatment. During a consultation, our specialist will determine if this treatment is right for you.
People with skin conditions such as cancer, infections or certain chronic diseases, as well as pregnant or breastfeeding women, are generally not advised to undergo this treatment. In addition, the treatment may not be suitable for people with blood clotting disorders or those taking certain medications, such as anticoagulants. During the consultation, our specialist will review your medical history to determine if PRP treatment is right for you.
Yes, PRP can be safely combined with other aesthetic treatments and may even improve the results of some of them.
The number of treatments required varies by individual, but usually we recommend starting with three sessions, spaced about four weeks apart.
Yes, PRP treatment is not limited to the neck and décolletage. It can also be used for other parts of the body such as the face, tear ducts, hands and scalp.