Introducing Alocuro PRP

By The COZmedics Team - Friday, 4 March 2016

Alocuro Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is an innovative new procedure that has been proven to refresh, tone and tighten by repairing the elasticity, colour and quality of the skin. The improvement in collagen and overall skin health helps to minimise wrinkles and scarring.

Alocuro PRP is now available at all COZmedics clinics.

What is PRP?

Platelet Rich Plasma is an extract of your own blood that contains a high concentration of platelets, growth factors and active proteins essential for tissue regeneration and healing. It has been used by doctors for many years to accelerate surgical healing; repair tendon, ligament and joint damage; and help regrow muscle and bone. The same physiological process that aids healing in other areas of the body occurs when PRP is used to improve skin health.

Where can PRP be used?

PRP stimulates the body to create new collagen to create a more youthful volume and improve texture. It can be used in areas where dermal fillers might be unsafe. The healing properties of PRP can be used as a cosmetic treatment for the follow areas:

  • Fine lines, wrinkles and other facial creases
  • Crows feet, under eye dark circles and hollows
  • Acne scarring and other superficial scars
  • Other sun damaged areas
  • Stretch marks

Not all PRP is equal

Alocuro has demonstrated outstanding performance in extracting, separating and collecting PRP from patient's blood. By choosing Alocuro at COZmedics you are giving your skin the best chance for healing.

Pictured: Kenmore team setting up new PRP machine.


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