Heal improve skin stimulate hair growth
Healing in nature, designed to stimulate collagen and elastin
What is it?
PRP is a liquid with high concentration of plasma cells. To obtain it, a sample of the patient’s own blood is spun in a centrifuge. Using special vials, which contain a substance to help seperate the red cells from the plasma, we are able to quickly and efficiently extract the golden plasma.
This is then injected back into the skin.
Where is it used?
PRP is mainly used on the face and décolletage. However, due to it’s healing nature it can be used on any part of the body to treat scarring, in joints (eg the knee) to reduce inflammation and even on the scalp to stimulate hair growth.
How does it work?
PRP stimulates the body to produce collagen and elastin. This is turn helps to thicken the skin, improve skin quality and reduce fine lines and wrinkles. It can even stimulate hair growth in balding patients if used in the scalp.
How much does it cost?
PRP starts at $549 – this is for roughly 5-6 pls which is used to treat a certain area.
The No Trace Face
The no trace face is Dr Nik’s mantra. THE NO TRACE FACE: ‘undetectable’ anti-ageing treatments delivered by a doctor. Look good without appearing puffy, fake or ‘over done.’
The beauty of non-surgical treatments is that if they are performed well, they give a fantastically natural result, leaving patients looking fresher, younger and less tired without any obvious traces of a doctor’s needle.
The aesthetic industry is often misrepresented by the overdone and puffy look. You will not find this at NDSKIN. Dr Nik is of the opinion that less is often more and ideally no one should know that you have had a treatment (Once any swelling has gone down of course!)
Meet your injector
Dr Nik studied Medicine at the the University of St.Andrew’s and the University of Manchester
Post graduate with distinction at London Bart’s college in medical aesthetics
Skin cancer doctor with advanced minor surgery skills
Medical Director at SILK Laser Clinics Australia
Key opinion leader for Teoxane
Member of ACAM (Australian College of Aesthetic Medicine
Senior cosmetic doctor