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IPRF is the newest treatment on the market for natural skin rejuvenation using autologous platelets (it is the next generation of PRP/Vampire Facials).
The treatment uses Platelet Rich Fibrin, Stem Cells and Growth Factors to repair and renew the tissue to rejuvenate the skin without needing anticoagulants or other additives or chemicals.
It is fully biocompatible, free of chemicals, additives and clotting factors, making it a 100% natural treatment.
The process is based on biostimulation and cell renewal while increasing the natural collagen, elastin and HA production in the skin

IPRF (Injectable Platelet Rich Fibrin) Improves volume loss, photodamage, fine lines and wrinkles, scars, pigmentation, poor texture and hair loss. With the new concept, we can guarantee a higher concentration of platelets, growth factors, leukocytes, and bioactive molecules. The additional benefit of a fibrin mesh that gets created during the process ensures that the platelets, growth factors and bioactive molecules get trapped, leading to a higher concentration, enabling them to stay active for 11 days, unlike 4 hours in PRP. This leads to a slow release of cells leading to the most effective form of natural skin regeneration.

The IPRF treatment includes drawing blood from your arm, harvesting the platelets and fibrin, and then microneedling them back into your skin to get them into the right area to do their job.

Blood is taken from the client by one of our trained practitioners; the plasma is then separated from the blood cells with a centrifuge to activate the platelets and fibrin.

This blood plasma is then used as a microneedling or bio revitalisation serum.

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  • It treats the dermis as well as the epidermis.
    Protects the skin by applying white blood cells and antioxidants to the skin.
  • Rejuvenates the skin by introducing growth factors into the skin.
  • Treats fine lines, pigmentation, scars and hair loss by increasing the cell renewal process, stimulating collagen and the skin’s natural healing mechanism.
  • Integrating activated platelet rich fibrin mesotherapy and microneedling makes it a natural, minimally invasive super facial.
  • Reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
  • Visibly reduces scarring, sun damage and pigmentation.
  • Skin becomes healthier and thicker.
  • It can stimulate hair growth.

Used to improve:

  • Skin tone and texture
  • Dehydrated, dull skin
  • Fine lines, wrinkles and lax skin
  • Sun damage and pigmentation
  • Acne scars
  • Dark circles
  • Scarring
  • Stretch marks
  • Post-surgical scars
  • Congested skin and acne
  • Strengthens the skin’s barrier function.


Where can it be used?

IPRF can be used on the face, neck, decolletage, back of the hands and scalp.

How can it be used?

  • It can be applied via microneedling, mesotherapy, bio revitalisation, BAP techniques, or vie micro cannulation.
  • Your practitioner will choose the best method, and a bespoke personalised treatment plan will be created, often combining these methods.


  • Active Acne in the treatment area
  • Active Rosacea in the treatment area
  • Active Eczema in the treatment area
  • Immunosuppressive therapy
  • Pregnancy, Nursing
  • Open wounds and sores in the treatment area
  • Raised moles in the treatment area
  • Clients that take anticoagulants
  • Minimum six months post Ro-Accutane or isotretinoin drugs
  • History of keloid scars
  • History of post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation

What does Blood consist of?

The adult body contains 5 litres of blood. Blood transports essential substances such as oxygen, nutrients and hormones to the body’s cells. It transports waste products away from the cells, regulates body temperature, defends against infection and is responsible for coagulation (clotting factors, platelets and proteins).

  • Blood cells originate from Stem Cells that are produced by the bone marrow.
  • Blood consists of 55% Blood Plasma (Thereof 41% are Red Blood Cells and 4% White Blood Cells, and 0.01% Platelets)
  • Plasma contains 92% water, vital proteins, mineral salts, sugars, fats, hormones and vitamins, antibodies and clotting factors.
  • Red Blood Cells contain Haemoglobin that binds and carries oxygen. Iron is essential for the production of Haemoglobin.
  • White Blood Cells form the body’s immune system to help fight infections and other diseases.
  • Bone Marrow is in the centre of most bones. Redbone marrow produces and stores red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets. Yellow bone marrow is responsible for fat storage.
  • Platelets are tiny cells derived from Stem Cells in the bone marrow. The average body produces 192 million platelets in males and 155 million platelets in females daily. Platelets release more than 30 different growth factors within 10 minutes of activation. 95% of growth factors are released within 1 hour of activation. Platelets are involved in wound healing.
  • Platelets are non-active parts of the blood plasma and are activated only through tissue injury.    

Common uses:

  • Skin Rejuvenation
  • Injectable Platelet Rich Fibrin stimulates the fibroblasts boosting the proliferation and collagen synthesis and activates the production of elastin, melanin, hyaluronic acid and growth factors.

Hair & Scalp treatments for thinning hair?

IPRF is an entirely natural autologous treatment that stimulates hair growth where hair follicles are present but inactive. Stem cells are stimulated by the high concentration of platelets, leukocytes and the presence of fibrin resulting in the growth and activation of hair follicles.

The active fibrin mesh acts like a matrix that traps the platelets and slowly releases them over the course of 7-11 days. The prolonged stimulation improves the success rate of the treatment drastically. Androgenetic Alopecia (AGA)  is the most familiar form of hair loss affecting both men and women. It affects 50% of men by the age of 30 and 20% of women bu the age of 30.

AGA is caused by the progressive, gradual shrinking of hair follicles that produce normal hair. Doctors still consider AGA a cosmetic condition even though it has proven to have significant psychological and physical effects on those affected. It occurs most commonly in Caucasian men, followed by Asian and African American men. It is least present in Native Americans and Eskimo men. Unlike other forms of alopecia, AGA is known for its gradual onset. Men usually start to present with gradual thinning in the temporal areas, and as it progresses, a thinning spot starts to appear in the crown area. The area in the crown increases in size as the frontal hairline continues to recede until they eventually meet up, leading to hair loss on most of the top of the head whilst the hair around the base and sides remains intact.

Women usually present with diffused thinning of the hair on the crown of the head spreading all over. Women usually keep their hairline. AGA is believed to be inherited, but systemic and external factors also play a role. Only two treatments are clinically approved for treating AGA – Minoxidil (topical)  and Finasteride (oral). Both treatments are only marginally effective and have many side effects.

Microneedling and Bio Revitalisation treatments have three separate actions on the scalp. The needles penetrate the outer layer of the skin forming thousands of microchannels. These channels facilitate the absorption of products introduced o the area to maximise their effectiveness. At the same time, the controlled micro-trauma caused by the needles stimulates the underlying fibroblast to produce more collagen, elastin, and growth factors. Additionally, the dormant laying hair follicles get stimulated and are believed to be revived again if they have not been inactive for more than one year.

The treatment is still in its infancy but is the best and most successful treatment on the market straight after hair transplants. Hair transplants consist if a much more invasive and traumatic procedure where healthy hair follicles are harvested at suitable donor sites and then implanted in the thinning or bald areas. This comes with multiple limitations, Only some people have sufficient amounts of donor hair, the thinning area might reject all or parts of the implanted follicles, and more than one treatment is usually necessary to get satisfactory results.

The trend goes fast toward choosing a combination treatment of scalp micropigmentation combined with IPRF microneedling or bio revitalisation sessions alongside the supplementation with Biotin, Vitamin B12, and Vitamin D.


  • First, 4-6 hours after treatment, treat the area as an open wound, so don’t touch your skin or let anything else touch it.
  • Leave the excess blood and PRF on the skin for at least 12 hours.
  • The next day wash your skin gently with cooled-down boiled water.
  • Pat the area dry, and don’t rub it.
  • No make-up for 24-48 hours.
  • Do not apply active ingredients for three days.
  • No sunbeds, saunas, steam rooms, swimming pools or heat treatments for seven days.
  • Avoid the gym for 48 hours.
  • No invasive treatments such as laser, botox, fillers, or peels for seven days.
  • Your skin will feel tight and dry, this is normal, and some people will experience shedding.
  • You can use a gentle exfoliant four days after treatment to remove the dead skin cells.
  • After 10-14 days, your skin will start to feel amazing.
  • The most common temporary side effects are redness, swelling, bleeding, bruising, tenderness, numbness, lumpiness and pressure.
  • Visible results may take 2-6 weeks to take full effect.

For best results, we recommend a course of 6 treatments one month apart.  

IPRF Microneedling

Microneedling is an increasingly popular treatment favoured by celebrities due to its incredible results and minimal downtime, making the skin appear more supple and reducing signs of ageing. While many people have heard of it, only some know exactly what microneedling entails. It is an incredibly effective treatment and can treat a range of skin complaints. So, what does it involve?

Now add IPRF inot the equation and you have the ultimate skin treatment to target fine lines and wrinkles, minor pigmentation issues, lareg pores and dull skin.

IPRF Bio Revitalisation

Bio Revitalisation is one of the newest treatments on the market. It follows the popular meso therapy medel where small amounts of a product (typically a cocktail of amino acids, vitamins and hyaluronic acid) are injected directly into different layers of the skin. The product is delivered much more targeted and deeper then during micronnedling.

Combined with IPRF this treatment is simply amazing. 

The Platelet Rich Fibrin can reach every target area and the results are incredible, especially when treating minor volume loss, dark eye circles, medium lines and wrinkles or hairloss/thinning.

Bio Filler

IPRF – Injectable Platelet Rivh Fibrin Bio Filler is made by taking the clients blood, seperaating the plasma from the patients own blood, heating it up to turning it into a gel and injecting it into the target areas to volumise, lift and rejuvenate the face. It provides natural colage-stummulating results.

Plasma Bio Filler appears very similar to autologous fat transfers, though it is much softer, adaptable and dynamic and less likely to form lumps. It is so popular since it is unlike traditional synthetic fillers 100% natural and also looks totally natural. It deeply hydrates the skin, adds volume, stimulates the collagen and elastin production, in turn improving skin elasticity and quality and improves skin laxity.

Since it is a totally autologous material and therefor has no risks of immunogenic reactions. The treatment is a 2 step procedure with a touch up session 4-6 weeks after the inoitial procedure.Once finished the results last approx 6 months.

Check our blog if you want to learn more about procedures!

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