PRP Facelift

Platelet Rich Plasma is a 100% natural method of skin rejuvenation that uses a patient’s own blood to stimulate the repair and renewal of tissue in areas of the face, neck or décolleté.

As part of the body’s healing ability, platelets and other components in human blood migrate to the point of care. Platelets are well known to release numerous growth factors that respond to tissue injury and initiate and promote the conditions for healing.

Eclipse PRP® is an autologous system that allows physicians to prepare platelet-rich plasma at the point of care. The platelet-rich plasma is optimally concentrated with minimal amounts of contaminating red and white blood cells. This system has been safely used in hundreds of thousands of procedures worldwide.


  • Stimulate tissue regeneration
  • Increase Collagen production
  • Smooth our wrinkles and lines
  • Restore a health glow PRP-banner to skin
  • Slows down the aging process
  • A minimally invasive alternative to cosmetic surgery
  • Convenient Procedure: Takes less than 60 minutes

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The Process

  • During a short office visit, a small amount of a patient’s own blood is drawn into a 10 mL vacuum collection tube containing a proprietary separator gel.
  • The tube is placed into a centrifuge and spun to isolate the platelet-rich plasma.
  • The contaminating red and white blood cells are displaced and located below the separator gel.
  • The PRP is ready for use according to the clinical use requirements. Yielding ~6 mL’s of autologous platelet-rich plasma (A-PRP).

Call Clarity Medical Spa at (408) 599-3088 to schedule an appointment to find out if you’re a good candidate for a PRP Facelift.

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*Disclaimer: Results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person.

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