Platelet Rich Plasma is rich in several growth factors that stimulate new tissue growth. PRP when injected in various body sites, helps to improve the tone, texture and appearance of the skin.
PRP injected under the eyes helps to decrease puffiness, dark circles and an overall tired look around the eyes.
What causes dark circles/ sunken eyes (enophthalmia)?
- aging (bone loss and loss in fat pads)
- vitamin deficiencies
- poor circulation
- drastic weightloss
- poor sleep
A consultation at La Touche Élite Aesthetics, areas of concern can be discussed as well as the ability to inject PRP at desired sites.
When you book your appointment, pre and post procedure information will be sent to you. Please take a moment to review them as they can address many of your questions.
PRP under eye $300
x3 sessions $800
Expected Appointment Time 15-30 minutes
Before and After
Disclaimer: Individual results may vary and desired results may require multiple treatments.
Most frequent questions and answers
No anesthetic is used for this procedure. The needle used during the injections are very tiny. As such the injections feel like a small pinch.
Results can be seen in as early as 24 hours, however responses vary depending on your body’s response to PRP induced collagen regeneration. For some, effects could be seen with one treatment, however for others, added treatments may be needed.
Results can last as much as 3 months. With repeated treatments, expect longer lasting results.
It is recommended to do at least 3 treatments. These could be spaced 1- 2 months apart. From then on maintenance treatments every 4-6 months (2-3 times per year) are recommended.
Bruising may occur and may last up to 2 weeks. Other side effects include itching, firmness, lumps/bumps, swelling, tenderness, and redness. Within a week, the majority of the swelling should be gone but bruising may persist. After two weeks, bruising and swelling should be gone.
If you have the following conditions, this treatment is not recommended for you:
active infection at target sit
blood or bleeding disorders
pregnant or nursing