A Guide to Selphyl® PRP Treatment

 

As a leading expert in facial aesthetics and cosmetic treatments, Austin Brewer is always monitoring the forefront of the industry to bring clients the newest, most advanced treatments available. Selphyl® platelet rich plasma therapy is one of the latest treatments to have been perfected as a safe and highly effective treatment for bringing the appearance of your skin back to its best.

 

What is a Selphyl PRP treatment?

PRP stands for Platelet Rich Plasma. The treatment utilizes the power of platelets. Platelets are a by-product of your blood that is used for skin healing and regeneration. The treatment uses your own blood and the growth factors within it completely rejuvenate your skin, giving the appearance of vibrant skin.

 

How is Selphyl applied?

A tiny dose of your own blood is taken from which PRP can be extracted. It is then carefully injected into the desired area. The injected PRP then encourages reconstruction behind the skin. The procedure takes approximately 30 minutes to perform at Austin Brewer’s clinic in Bournemouth.

 

Do I need Selphyl PRP treatment?

The treatment is ideal for people seeking to bring back a younger and fuller look to their face, neck or hands. Selphyl is perfect for smoothing out wrinkles, stress lines and even acne or surgery scars. The treatment restores volume to your skin, bringing out the skin’s natural vigourousness.

 

Will it hurt?

The injections during the treatment may cause a slight bit of discomfort, though a fine needle is carefully and considerately used. Your skin may appear a little red and sore with bruising directly after the treatment, though any swelling is only temporary and will ease soon after.

 

Are there any risks?

It is important to note that Austin Brewer’s Selphyl treatment is not what is known as a ‘vampire facelift’. ‘Vampire facelifts’ received a great deal of negative press for producing bad results because they were mixed with another product such as hyaluronic acid. Austin Brewer’s Selphyl treatment in Bournemouth is not mixed with anything making it a virtually risk-free and highly stable treatment.

 

How many treatments are needed?

Whilst in some cases a couple of sessions every 4 to 6 weeks of the Selphyl PRP treatment is required for the desired effects, the number of treatments required entirely depends on the recommendation of your professional. By speaking to Austin Brewer in your initial and free consultation you’ll be able to discuss the desired effects and how best to achieve this.

 

If you are interested in the treatment and would like further information from Austin Brewer in Bournemouth, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. You can contact Austin on 07823883888.

 

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