Hair and Skin Science Touts PRF Treatments

Hair and Skin Science is the first clinic to bring Platelet-Rich Fibrin (PRF) hair loss and skin treatments to Australian clients.

The national company has branches across Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Gold Coast, and specialises in Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) hair regrowth treatments and PRP skin treatments and injectables.

Why PRP?

The clinic is renowned for its affordable PRP treatments that use a person’s own cells from their blood for rejuvenation, skin maintenance, and anti-ageing purposes. PRP is less-invasive than dermal fillers and also offers much better results. The treatment can also be used for hair regrowth.

PRP stimulates the production of collagen and elastin that firms and tightens thinning skin — which effectively smooths wrinkles and fine lines. Added benefits include an overall improvement in skin texture and tone because of the collagen boost.

“PRP is an effective way to treat an array of skin concerns, including ageing and preventative ageing, uneven skin tone, pigmentation and acne scarring,” said Dr. Cara Ting from Hair Skin Science. The clinic also provides free consultations with their experienced doctors and cosmetic nurses.

The treatments are especially used for targeting: uneven skin tone, rectifying UV damage, preventative ageing, acne scarring, pigmentation, wrinkles, sagging and thinning skin.

Hair Skin Science also offers the viral ‘Vampire Facial’ which is a PRP treatment that renews a person’s skin tissue with their own blood cells. It is used to combat and delay skin ageing for rejuvenation and a healthy skin glow.

Why PRF?

PRF (Platelet-Rich Fibrin) treatments are the second generation of PRP treatments and provide better and longer-lasting results. The ministration originally gained popularity in America because it releases more growth factors than PRP treatments as it no longer requires anticoagulants to be mixed in with the blood collected from patients.

PRF is particularly effective for hair regrowth as it is a 100% autologous biomaterial that can accelerate wound healing and tissue regeneration, increase stimulation of osteogenesis and new blood vessel formation. PRF contains approximately ten times more platelet concentration than normal blood, and therefore has excellent healing and regenerative properties.

According to Hair Skin Science, the most popular treatment areas for PRF are: dark under-eye circles, overall face glow, smooth complexion, neck tightening, smile lines, and hair loss.

PRF hair loss treatments can also be used to aid women and men experiencing: genetic hair loss, androgenetic alopecia, stress-related hair loss, pattern baldness, and hair thinning.

A typical person generally requires three treatments that are separated by four-to-six weeks for the best possible results.

For more information, visit

This article is sponsored by Hair and Skin Science.

Read the current issue of our digital magazine here:

Have an idea for a story or want to see a topic covered on our site and in our pages? Get in touch at

Back to top