PRP MicroGlow: Unlock Your Skin’s Natural Radiance

OUR latest revolutionary treatment, PRP MicroGlow. Designed to rejuvenate and restore your skin’s youthful glow, PRP MicroGlow combines the power of Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) with advanced micro-needling techniques, resulting in remarkable skin transformation.

What is PRP MicroGlow?

PRP MicroGlow is a cutting-edge, non-invasive cosmetic procedure that harnesses your body’s own healing abilities to revitaliSe your skin. The treatment begins with a small sample of your own blood, from which we extract platelet-rich plasma. This plasma is packed with growth factors and nutrients that promote collagen production, accelerate cell turnover, and stimulate the skin’s natural healing process.


How does PRP MicroGlow work?

During the treatment, our skilled and experienced practitioners use a specialiSed micro-needling device to create tiny channels in your skin’s surface. These micro-channels allow the PRP to penetrate deeply into the skin, delivering its regenerative properties at a cellular level. This process stimulates collagen and elastin production, leading to improved skin texture, diminished fine lines and wrinkles, and a more radiant complexion.


What can you expect from PRP MicroGlow?

PRP MicroGlow offers a range of benefits to enhance the health and appearance of your skin. With this treatment, you can expect:

1. Skin rejuvenation: PRP MicroGlow stimulates collagen production, resulting in smoother, firmer, and more youthful-looking skin.

2. Improved skin texture: The micro-needling process helps to refine pores and even out skin texture, leaving you with a soft and supple complexion.

3. Reduction of fine lines and wrinkles: By promoting collagen synthesis, PRP MicroGlow diminishes the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, giving you a refreshed and revitalised appearance.

4. Enhanced skin tone and radiance: The regenerative power of PRP rejuvenates dull and tired-looking skin, revealing a brighter, more radiant complexion.


latelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy is a medical treatment that involves injecting a concentrated form of a patient’s own blood, rich in platelets, into an injured area to promote healing. The procedure itself usually involves drawing a small amount of blood from the patient, processing it to isolate the platelets, and then injecting the PRP into the targeted area.

The level of pain or discomfort experienced during a PRP procedure can vary depending on several factors, including the individual’s pain tolerance, the specific area being treated, and the technique used. Some people may experience mild discomfort or a brief stinging sensation at the injection site.

To minimize discomfort, a local anesthetic may be applied to the area before the injection.


While PRP therapy is generally considered safe, there can be potential side effects associated with the procedure. Some of the common side effects include:

1. Pain or discomfort: After the PRP injection, some individuals may experience temporary pain or discomfort at the injection site. This is usually mild and resolves within a few days.

2. Swelling and bruising: Swelling and bruising can occur at the injection site. These side effects are generally temporary and subside over time.

3. Infection: As with any invasive procedure, there is a small risk of infection at the injection site.

4. Tissue damage: There is a slight risk of damage to the surrounding tissues, nerves, or blood vessels during the injection. However, this risk is minimal when the procedure is performed by a qualified healthcare professional.

5. Allergic reactions: While extremely rare, some individuals may have an allergic reaction to the components in PRP. It is important to inform your healthcare provider of any known allergies before undergoing the procedure.

It is important to note that the side effects and their severity can vary from person to person.


The ability to return to work after undergoing platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy and microneedling depends on several factors, including the extent of the procedure, individual healing rates.

PRP therapy involves extracting a small amount of your blood, processing it to concentrate the platelets, and then injecting the platelet-rich solution into the targeted area. Microneedling, on the other hand, uses a device with tiny needles to create superficial punctures in the skin, stimulating collagen production and promoting skin rejuvenation.

Generally, both PRP therapy and microneedling are considered minimally invasive procedures with a relatively short recovery period. While you may experience some redness, swelling, and minor discomfort immediately following the treatment, these effects typically subside within a few days.

If your work doesn’t involve physically demanding activities or exposure to harsh environments, you may be able to return to work immediately or within a day or two after the procedure. However, it’s important to follow the specific post-treatment guidelines provided.

Keep in mind that individual responses to PRP therapy and microneedling can vary, and some people may require more time to recover.


1 x session of micro needling and PRP ( up to 10 mls £325)

3 x sessions £900


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