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Rejuvenate Your Post-Holiday Skin With PRP Treatment.

As many of us return back to our daily routines following our summer holiday, we’ll feel refreshed and ready to take on the world once more. However, our skin often does not reflect this new found energy; thanks to overexposure to sunlight many of us find our skin is in a dull and ageing condition. Thankfully, Dr. Thevendra of APSARAS Clinic has the solution your post-holiday dull skin – PRP treatment.


What is PRP treatment?


PRP treatment is a non-surgical cosmetic treatment that aims to improve the appearance of dull, sun damaged and ageing skin. What makes PRP treatment a truly unique non-surgical facial rejuvenation treatment is that it harnesses skin rejuvenating properties that can be found naturally within the body.
PRP treatment (or My Cell PRP as it is also known) uses the platelet rich plasma that can be found within the patient’s blood along with other natural ingredients that can be found within the body to encourage better blood circulation to the facial tissue and the growth of collagen, resulting in a rejuvenated and youthful appearance to the skin.

During the treatment, the practitioner will take a sample of the patient’s blood in a same way a sample would be taken for medical purposes. Following this, the platelet rich plasma within the sample is then separated from the rest of the blood and placed in a fresh syringe. The platelet rich plasma is then combined with a number of other natural ingredients with skin rejuvenating properties, before being injected back into the patient’s facial tissue.


Why choose PRP treatment

“There are plenty of reasons that patients choose PRP treatment,” said Dr. Thevendra, a cosmetic doctor at APSARAS Clinic. “For starters, the treatment offers patients a natural solution to their dull and damaged skin. Thanks to the treatment’s use of natural ingredients that can be found within the body patients can gain the rejuvenated results they want without the need to inject foreign substances in their body.”

“In addition to this the treatment’s use of naturally occuring ingredients also means that the risks involved with treatment are dramatically lower than many other forms of facial rejuvenation. For example, the risk of experiencing an allergic reaction to PRP treatment is eradicated thanks to the treatment’s use of natural ingredients.”

“The treatment also comes highly convenient treatment time of just 30 minutes and minimal recovery time needed, which is a huge positive for many patients as it means they can gain the rejuvenation treatment that they want in a time period that suits their lifestyle,” explained Dr. Thevendra.

Are there any risks involved with treatment?

Although PRP treatment does come with noteably fewer risks compared to many other forms of non-surgical facial rejuvenation, it it’s necessarily risk-free. Like all cosmetic treatments, PRP treatment has it’s own set of risks that patients should be educated in before making the decision to undergo treatment. These include bruising, swelling and bleeding at the site of injection as well as the risk of infection. The risk of infection is extremely rare to encounter whilst undergoing PRP treatment, but (along with the other risks factors) should still be carefully considered by all patients considering treatment.

Treatment with APSARAS Clinic

If PRP treatment seems like the right non-surgical facial rejuvenation treatment for you, then making sure that you entrust your treatment in the right hands is vital to gaining the best results possible. A great way to judge whether a practitioner is the right fit for your treatment and personal needs is to have a consultation. A consultation will give your opportunity to ask any question you may have about your treatment, and gain some first hand experience of your chosen practitioner’s working style – which are both important factors when considering treatment.

If you would like more information on PRP treatment with APSARAS Clinic, book your consultation today by calling (024) 7669 3700 or emailing info@apsaras.co.uk.