Trish: I’m here today with Jeannie Devereaux who is the clinician trainer for EmCyte PRP. Thank you so much for taking the time today Jeannie.
Jeannie Devereaux: Oh, your welcome.
Trish: Lovely. Tell us a bit about it, what’s so great about EmCyte PRP?
Jeannie Devereaux: EmCyte PRP is a highly concentrated platelet injectable.
Jeannie Devereaux: Now, PRP is around. It’s around a lot in many, many clinics, however you have to be very careful in your selection of a PRP, because it’s dose dependent. You need to be asking the clinician that’s injecting you, does this platelet concentration have 1 million platelets per microlitre.
Jeannie Devereaux: It’s at that dose that you will get your result.
Trish: 1 million platelets per microlitre. Okay, that’s question one.
Jeannie Devereaux: Yes, question one. At that dose, you wake up the stem cells in your skin to regenerate your skin naturally. So, we then have the ability to take your skin back in time. Not only do we regenerate your skin, we also regenerate your elastins as well, so we give you a lift.
Jeannie Devereaux: If you’re using low dose plasma products, you’re not going to see that result, so it’s very important to have the highest concentration of platelets you can obtain, and that’s what EmCyte delivers.
Jeannie Devereaux: So in time, you watch your skin and it grows; just like your hair grows, but your skin grows back, naturally. It will also repair the damage that’s in the skin as well, so you’re not re-growing, or regenerating damaged skin. We’re going to clean out the old skin and lay down a new bed of collagen and elastin, but it’s at a higher dose that you actually get those results.
You just don’t want to think of your face, think of your neck, and your tummy, and your hands, and your arms. Every woman is naturally beautiful, every man is naturally beautiful, we don’t want to change people; we just want to take them back in time, and give them a new healthy skin that’s glowing peaches and cream, bouncy, and volume as well.
Trish: As far as the procedure itself. How long does it take?
Jeannie Devereaux: It takes about 20 minutes to take your blood and spin it.
Jeannie Devereaux: It’s a double spin process. And then it never really leaves the room. We make up about 7 mls of product from your blood, and then it’s injected in. There’s really no downtime with a pure PRP.
Jeannie Devereaux: You might look a little bit puffy for an hour, but no more than if you were very warm, and then that’s it.
Trish: Is it just a one off procedure? How many times do you have to have it done for it to have an effect?
Jeannie Devereaux: It’s going to depend on your age, and the condition of your skin and your lifestyle. We do recommend that you start with 3 treatments, because the first treatment cleans out old skin.
Jeannie Devereaux: It does start laying down a new bed of collagen, but it’s really the second treatment that you start to see a major “WOW”-factor. There is a “WOW”-factor with the first one, but it actually accumulates.
Trish: Okay then, how long in between those two treatments?
Jeannie Devereaux: 4 to 6 weeks apart.
Trish: All right, so you want 2 to 3 treatments, 4 to 6 weeks apart and go from there basically.
Jeannie Devereaux: Yes. I have about 2 a year now, just to maintain my skin.
Jeannie Devereaux: I don’t have dermal fillers.
Jeannie Devereaux: Haven’t for a long, long, long time. I like to keep my skin natural.
Jeannie Devereaux: The clients that come to my clinic all want to look natural.
Jeannie Devereaux: That’s our motto. It’s all about regenerative dermal-therapy these days.
Trish: Sure. So if you’re not after the injectables, so far as putting hyaluronic acids, or botulinum toxin in you, and you want that natural effect, this could be the option for you.
Jeannie Devereaux: Absolutely.
Trish: Awesome. Thank you so much Jeannie for taking the time today.
Jeannie Devereaux: Oh, you’re welcome! Your welcome.
If you’ve got any more queries just drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can let you know where Jeannie is, or where there’s an EmCyte practitioner as well.