PRF and PRP

Is PRP or PRF right for you?

PRF and PRP services are very similar, but there are some slight differences to consider. Learn more about each below:

PRP - In PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma), the blood sample is centrifuged at a high speed, which causes the blood to separate into two different layers. We'll collect the plasma and pallets to use for your serum, and we'll have more time to inject it into your skin than with PRF.
PRF - In PRF (Platelet Rich Fibrin), the blood sample is centrifuged at a low speed, leading to less-distinct layers. When we collect for your serum, we'll also get some white blood cells and stem cells. This means we'll need to work faster when injecting your serum, but you may get your desired results in less treatments than with PRP.

Not sure which one is right for your skin rejuvenation service? Discuss your options with us today.