PRP

Good Health (Australia) - - Be Inspired -

It rose to star sta­tus af­ter Kim Kar­dashian fa­mously tri­alled the seem­ingly gory pro­ce­dure and now it’s a pop­u­lar part of many peo­ple’s treat­ment plan. The lat­est non­in­va­sive craze, PRP is com­monly re­ferred to as the ‘vam­pire facial’ be­cause it in­volves ex­tract­ing blood from your arm, spin­ning it in a cen­trifuge then der­mas­tamp­ing it into your face. Sounds scary, right? How­ever, it looks worse than it is, says Stone, who per­forms a sim­i­lar Prp-based treat­ment coined the Vam­pire Facial Plus. “It’s our best treat­ment for boost­ing skin tex­ture, thick­ness and lu­mi­nos­ity.” More than just an­other celebrity fad, ex­perts say it re­ally works. “Re­sults in­clude re­duced pore size, bouncier skin and an im­prove­ment of the fine ‘crepey’ skin around the eyes,” Stone ex­plains.

Un­like a facial, a peel pen­e­trates deeper than the sur­face

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