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Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy is a natural treatment which reinjects platelets and growth factors into your body, which have been gathered from a sample of your own blood. This produces a healing response in the body to repair and rejuvenate an area. It has been used safely in many therapeutic areas such as sports medicine, dentistry, orthopaedics, hair loss and cosmetic medicine. PRP therapy for sexual rejuvenation, in both men and woman, is a newer application of the PRP technique and is used to treat erectile dysfunction, to heighten sexual satisfaction, reduce vaginal dryness, painful sexual intercourse, and to regain or improve female orgasm. The treatment is sometimes marketed at P-shot® (or Priapus Shot®) for men, O-shot® (or Orgasm Shot®) and Rejuvula for women, or by the generic term of PRP treatment for sexual rejuvenation. Usually, only one treatment session is required and you can expect to pay up to £1,500 depending on the symptoms being treated and the PRP method used.
The ARTAS Robotic Hair Restoration System is used to automate the hair transplant surgery process and is available in a select number of UK clinics. ARTAS claims to be the first, and still the only, robotic device for hair transplantation.
Ultherapy is marketed for ultrasonic skin tightening using high intensity focused ultrasound to tighten and tone loose skin on the face and neck.
Réjuvapen is used to treat the signs of ageing, scarring, burns, and uneven skin tone by activating cell regeneration and enhancing the absorption of active serums and topical agents through collagen induction therapy or medical skin needling.
Melasma, also called chloasma, is a skin condition characterised by dark patches of pigment on the face, neck, arms or upper body. It is more common in women, particularly in pregnancy, and in people with darker skin.