PRP Facelift
EVERYOUNG

Medical Aesthetics Centre

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About the Treatment

The all natural anti-aging facial made famous by Kim Kardashian!

Are you seeking a natural way to rejuvenate your skin? Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy, often referred to as a vampire facelift, is used to improve the quality and texture of your complexion using elements of your own body. This technique uses the patients own platelets (found within blood plasma) which are extracted and used to smooth away wrinkles and lines, soften stretchmarks and scars, and restore elasticity and tone.

This procedure  rose to prominence after Kim Kardashian had the treatment done on her television show, but medical doctors have long known the regenerative benefits of platelets, which are rich in growth factors, and the rejuvenating and healing effects they have on the skin.

At EverYoung, we combine PRP therapy with microneedling for even better results; initiating tissue regeneration using your body’s own ability to rejuvenate collagen. As new collagen forms, a healthier, tighter skin emerges. This non-surgical procedure is used to treat the face, neck, décolleté and hands for beautiful, youthful result…naturally.

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Treatments at a Glance

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    BEST RESULTS

    2+ Treatments

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    DURATION OF RESULTS

    Months

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    ANESTHETICS

    Topical Numbing Cream

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    RISKS & COMPLICATIONS

    Low

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    PROCEDURE TIME

    60 minutes

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    BACK TO WORK

    Next Day

Benefits

  • Rejuvenates the condition of your skin
  • Plumps fine lines & wrinkles
  • Brightens & tightens skin
  • Improves the appearance of stretch marks
  • Softens scars
  • Promotes a more youthful appearance
  • Safe and natural with no side effects
  • An all-natural alternative to fillers

Treatable Conditions

  • Fine lines on the face, around the eyes & the neck
  • Nasolabial folds (smile lines)
  • Facial creases
  • Skin laxity
  • Skin tone & texture
  • Skin dullness
  • Acne scars & superficial scars
  • Stretch marks