Eclipse PRP is a proprietary system that is based on blood separation according to density using a unique separation gel. The system allows for the preparation of pure Platelet-Rich Plasma with optimal platelet concentrations and cellular content.
The Eclipse platform is available with an 11 mL collection tube or 22 mL high concentration collection tube.
- Eclipse PRP can be used for for facial rejuvenation as an injectable or in combination with the MicroPen® Elite to deliver the growth factors to the dermis of the skin. Platelets carry several growth factors that will increase rebuilding of tissues by stimulating new collagen and blood vessel formation giving the skin smoother and healthier look.
- When it is concentrated with larger volumes it can be used for stimulating hair growth in men and women suffering from pattern baldness since PRP contains growth factors that stimulate the development of new hair follicles and improve the health of existing ones. This therapy is perfect for patients who are not candidates for a surgery or those wanting a more aggressive nonsurgical approach to treatment
- PRP has been used successfully in other medical and surgical disciplines for many years
Platelet-Rich Plasma is prepared by taking a small sample of the patient’s own blood, then separating platelets from Platelet-Poor Plasma (PPP), RBC and GRs via centrifugation. Next, the PRP is collected and may be applied to the treated site.
How long does the process take?
The blood draw takes just a couple of minutes, followed immediately by a 10-minute centrifugation. The time involved in the application varies based on which procedure is being performed.
How many PRP sessions are required?
Medical professional should create a treatment plan based on your individual needs.
Can a PRP procedure be painful?
Eclipse PRP® is close to a physiologic pH, which means the product is less likely to cause a stinging or burning sensation. There may be some temporary discomfort or possible redness and inflammation at the application site, but quickly resolves.
Is PRP safe?
Since the autologous Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) is produced from a patient’s own blood, there is virtually no risk of an allergic reaction or rejection.