PRP treatment (Platelet Rich Plasma) uses the healing power of your own blood. This is done by collecting a small volume of your blood (much like having a blood test) and spinning it down to separate the red blood cells from the platelets. This resulting PRP is introduced back under the skin by a series of tiny injections. Treatment with PRP is not new to the world; it has been recognised for its accelerated wound-healing properties in surgery and sports injuries for some time. Platelets are the “sticky glue” that stops bleeding when you hurt yourself. Their other job is to promote wound healing and repair by attracting stem cells. PRP treatment produces a rejuvenating and tightening effect on your skin, giving it a healthy, youthful glow.