The Finest PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) Therapy Hamilton Offers


The Finest PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) Therapy Hamilton Offers

Bespoke Medical
Aesthetics Services



How does PRP work?

PRP involves drawing blood from the patient and then the blood goes into a centrifuge machine that separates the plasma. The reason for this is because plasma contains healing properties and has growth factors that can combat a number of concerns. When the blood is separated it is then injected into your face or scalp using a sterilized device for injections. This process promotes cells to repair themselves naturally using the healing properties of the concentrated blood. PRP is virtually painless when completed by our aestheticians and can take up to an hour for the entire process.

In addition to our PRP service, we also provide regular micro needling and dermaplanning as well. Each treatment is catered towards your specific concerns, please contact us to learn more. 

PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) Therapy

Platelet-rich plasma therapy, otherwise known as PRP or vampire facials, are the next big thing in the medical aesthetics world. This procedure has received so much attention in the aesthetics industry because of its beneficial properties for the skin and hair. It is able to diminish acne scarring, improve skin tone, restore hair, and many more additional benefits. How does this entire procedure work? Read through to find out more about this amazing treatment.

Find out if you’re an ideal candidate for PRP therapy when you come in for a consultation

This treatment is typically suitable for most patients that are in need of an improvement for their various skin concerns or if they want to restore hair naturally. Contact us to learn more about PRP and all its effective benefits.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Do I need more than one session to expect significant results?

The recommended number of sessions for optimal results is usually 3-4 treatments completed every 4-6 weeks. After those sessions are all complete, patients will notice they may only require maintenance once a year.

What are the side effects of PRP?

It is a relatively safe procedure with very little side effects such as irritation, pain, or bleeding at the sites of the injections. Post-injection swelling is also common but subsides later on.

Can I get PRP if I’m pregnant or breastfeeding?

Our specialists advise to not get PRP while pregnant or breastfeeding, it is best to wait to avoid complications.