PRP Method

/PRP Method
PRP Method 2019-05-22T11:07:41+02:00


The PRP method consists in the harvesting and injection of plasma which is separated from the patient’s own blood by centrifugation. PRP stands for ‘Platelet Rich Plasma’.
The mode of action of this plasma is versatile. It contains growth factors, which have different effects. On the one hand, connective tissue is stimulated, thus triggering the production of elastin and collagen On the other hand, the production of hyaluronic acid is increased, enabling increased binding of water and consequently storage of moisture. Existing skin and stem cells are stimulated, so that the process of natural cell generation is supported. Thus skin cells are revitalised and renewed. Furthermore, blood circulation is increased.

By injection of the plasma, skin and stem cells are activated, collagen and elastin production is increased and skin blood flow improved.
Growth factors are released, skin cells are revitalised and renewed, wrinkles are reduced and overall, the skin looks firmer.


The PRP method is one of the gentlest and most successful anti-aging treatment methods for the skin, because it is based on cell renewal by using a person’s own plasma. Therefore, it is biological and totally free of side-effects.
Not only that skin cells are supported in their regeneration and revitalisation, but also due to the production of collagen and elastin and the increase in volume, wrinkles can be smoothed and the skin can get firmer in its entirety.


The PRP method is also very suitable for the treatment of the scalp.
Due to the growth factors and thereof resulting revitalisation and improved blood flow, hair and/or hair follicles can be strengthened and hair loss can be counteracted.

Even though this method is widely spread and successful it cannot help with already lost hair follicles and thus it cannot replace hair transplant.