PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) Treatment

What is the PRP Method?

Derived from stem cell logic, the PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) method is used in the treatment of body cracks, sunspots, hair loss, wrinkles, skin rejuvenation, scar, and acne marks.


PRP treatment involves taking the patient’s own blood, which is then centrifuged at 3000 revolutions per minute for 8 minutes. The plasma portion separated from red blood cells as a result of centrifugation is applied to the skin via mesotherapy or filler methods. This plasma obtained from PRP treatment contains dense platelets (clotting cells) and leukocytes (white blood cells). Activated platelets and leukocytes release growth factors. In the PRP method, growth factors trigger the migration and proliferation of stem cells, thus promoting tissue renewal. The most significant advantage of this method is that it is derived from the patient’s own blood, carrying no risk of allergies.

PRP Method and FAQs

  • How many recommended sessions are there for PRP treatment, and what should be the application intervals?

The PRP method can be performed at intervals of 2 to 4 weeks. An average of 2 to 4 sessions is recommended for PRP treatment.

  • After completion of PRP treatment sessions, how long can it be repeated?

Generally, maintenance treatment can be performed every 8 to 10 months.

  • How long does the expected skin rejuvenation effect last?

Skin rejuvenation in PRP treatment is permanent. However, due to the ongoing aging process, maintenance treatment is necessary.

  • Is it recommended to combine PRP with laser, light therapy, HA injection, or Botulinum toxin application? Or should any two treatments be done at separate times?

Simultaneous application is possible. PRP treatment can be done after laser or light therapy as it promotes skin renewal. However, there is no available experience in combining PRP with Hyaluronic acid or Botox application. Therefore, Botox and filler should be applied at least 2 weeks before or after PRP treatment.