PRP is the abbreviation for Platelet Rich Plazma. It is one of the most effective methods of skin rejuvenation with cell treatment .

Based on an innate wound-healing ability, the therapy is performed by injecting components collected from the blood and is associated with no risk of allergy or infections. The safe therapy has been studied and applied in a variety of fields.

Rejuvenating you with your own blood, PRP brings solutions for the color problems, dryness and damage in the skin affected by the sun in particular, and can be applied to bring health and brightness to the skin of anyone over 30. The results become visible in 1 to 3 weeks, depending on the person’s age, how his/her skin is affected by the sun, as well as his/her smoking and eating habits. The skin looks more moist, tighter, brighter and lighter colored.

The therapy is found to have much greater efficacy in rejuvenating the skin, eliminating wrinkles, and reducing irregularities from acne marks compared with conventional therapy. It is effective particularly for crepy skin under the eyes (fine wrinkles) that are difficult to treat by conventional rejuvenation therapy. Inducing skin regeneration, the therapy is also effective in treating wrinkles, acne marks, sags, and wrinkles on the neck.

PRP is applied as a medical aesthetic tool to face, hands, arms, inner legs, neck and lower-neck.

Also used to enrich the impact of therapy alternatives against hair loss. It is also used to provide control in cases of persisting wounds, chaps, and impairments to the structure of skin which takes a long time to heal. Additionally it is applied in order to speed skin structuring up after interventions such as laser therapy.
The treatment can be applied along with laser and chemical peelings, and yields more effective results.