Conventional regenerative therapies such as the “Vampire facial” use cells from the patient’s own blood to offer treatment that will renew and regenerate. CGFs simply take this proven technology to the next level.
How does it work?
With Concentrated Growth Factor (CGF) therapy, the patient’s own blood is broken down to separate the wonder product CGF, which offers unrivalled healing properties. CGF offers numerous benefits – it can stimulate stem cells to multiply and increase the production of elastin, collagen and connective tissue, helping to repair damaged skin and treat hair loss. CGF can also be used to create a completely bespoke moisturiser as well as dermal fillers. Best of all because it is entirely natural and there is no chance of an allergic reaction, meaning it is completely safe to use!
Is it painful?
Certain patients may find the process of taking blood a little uncomfortable.
How many sessions are required?
To create CGF just one session is needed. Depending on what you wish to have treatment-wise once your CGF has been harnessed will dictate the number of sessions. Ask your therapist for further information.
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Ms. Rebecca Treston
Ms. Rebecca Treston Best Skin Care Doctor in Dubai After completing qualifications in beauty therapy, lasers, and working in the UK’s aesthetics sector for some time, Rebecca Treston relocated to Dubai back in 1999. Rebecca has always been committed to helping her clients achieve and maintain the skin’s health. She has enabled her clients to achieve younger looking skin after overcoming the skin and body imperfections. She delivers all this through a variety of latest aesthetic treatments and clinical skin care products available on the market today. She stays up-to-date with the latest technological and…
Ms. Dalya Sager
Dalya Sager is a licensed skin laser specialist. Having worked in the healthcare industry for more than 20 years, Dalya comes with a wealth of clinical expertise. A licensed skin laser specialist and former owner of a successful skin health clinic in the UK, she began her career after the completion of both a BSc In Human Genetics at UCL and MSc in Medical Biochemistry, working in laboratories of London hospitals and well respected and pioneering research institution before transitioning into the dermatology division an established pharmaceutical company where her interest in skin began. In…