At Epilight, we offer state of the art treatments like PRP therapy in Chester and other locations. This therapy is one of the modern, safe and convenient procedures available at our clinics. We offer a wide range of services to suit your individual needs, preferences and budget. Being passionate about our work, we place customer delight as our top priority. Our suite of medical aesthetic treatments are available at affordable price points because we feel that everyone has a right to look and feel their best. With more than twenty years’ experience in this sector, we stay in touch with the latest technological advances so that we can give our clients access to the best of what’s available across international markets.
PRP therapy (Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy) is an innovative new methodology that has gained huge popularity worldwide. In Chester, PRP therapy can be used to effectively and safely treat hair loss. It is a versatile therapy that has been used to treat issues ranging from osteo-arthritis to wound healing. It is also one of the most effective treatments for hair loss, acne and scarring. It can also be used for skin rejuvenation and can be used on all skin types and skin tones. The treatment results could vary in individual cases, and the effects generally last for at least 18 months. In PRP, the activated platelets can release many nutrient rich bioactive components and proteins that encourage cell growth. This helps with tissue regeneration and produces a significant increase in collagen production. This promotes skin thickness and health and can be used for skin tightening around the eyes, mouth and neck.
PRP treatment in Chester and in our other locations is a safe and easy procedure. It is used to stimulate growth in upper and deeper layers of the skin. It creates natural looking results, without the aid of any foreign substance. For more details about our PRP treatment, contact Epilight. It is generally non-allergenic and since the product is sourced from your own body, there is no risk of transfer of infections. However, in certain cases of higher sensitivity, patients may experience some redness, swelling, bruising or pain in the area.