What is PRP?
Other than being the celebrity facial must have!
PRP is Platelet Rich Plasma. By using plasma taken from the patient’s own body it is possible to repair, rejuvenate and return loss of volume to the skin and restore hair growth.
This course will cover the use of PRP for facial rejuvenation, neck rejuvenation and hair restoration.
What does PRP involve?
A small sample of the patient’s blood is taken from their arm using phlebotomy techniques with a venepuncture to take live blood and placed into a centrifuge, which spins it very rapidly to separate the plasma from the red blood cells. The plasma is reintroduced back to the treatment using nappage or microneedling technique, both are covered on this course!
This course is taught in maximum of 4 students for maximising learner experiences
CPD accredited course
No previous beauty or aesthetic experience is required to attend this course, insurance guaranteed training
Kits available upon request
Finance plans available for training and kits
no prevous experience requiried to attend this course
10am – 6pm
How PRP works
Health & Safety
Phlebotomy extraction of blood
Use of a centfrifudge
Health & safety & hygiene
9th March / 20th April / 1st June / 13th July