PRP treatment or platelet-rich plasma treatment is also known as Vampire Facial. It is one of the cosmetic micro needling nonsurgical treatments celebrities pursue to fight skin aging signs and maintain eternal youth.
PRP therapy attracts internationally celebrated names like the American reality television personality Kim Kardashian West and her sister Khloé Kardashian, American actress Angelina Jolie, British model Ferne McCann, British actor Rupert Everett, British actress Anna Friel, Australian Rap singer Iggy Azalea, and British Footballer David Beckham's wife and former Spice Girl, Victoria Beckham who even pursued getting her own moisturizer using a similar technology.
PRP therapy is a nonsurgical cosmetic and healing therapy. A specialized dermatologist injects platelet-rich plasma into the target area, celebrities usually have face injections. The treatment works by extracting the patient's own blood, isolating and concentrating the platelets and injecting the platelet-rich plasma back into the patient in a dermatology clinic and the patient walks out the same day. It gives the skin a natural glow and helps with skin complexion, etched in wrinkles and lines, melasma, acne, and acne scarring.
PRP therapy is also used for healing process boosting and it has helped Kobe Bryant the famous American NBA basketball player who suffered a knee injury, Alex Rodriguez the famous American baseball player after having major surgery, and Tiger Woods the famous American golfer with his knee injury, speeding their recoveries. This treatment is also effective in conditions of hair loss and regrowth treatment.
Dr. Rolf Soehnchen, Specialist Dermatologist, at a dermatology clinic in Dubai, in The German Heart Centre, is a consultant for Dermatology and Allergology at the Medical Council in Munich and holds a Diploma in Aesthetic Laser Medicine (DALM) University of Greifswald. Book an appointment now for Platelet Rich Plasma therapy and regain your natural anti-aging skin glow.
In the World Cardiology Congress, held in Dubai in December 2018, it was stated that the threshold for cardiac arrests and cardiovascular disease (CVD) worldwide is 65 years, while people in the UAE are suffering from the CVD at the age of 45 and that 80 percent of deaths that occur due to CVD are preventable with early diagnosis and treatment.