PRP Undereyes - MyConciergeMD

For many men and women of all ages, dark circles under the eyes are a recurring problem that can worsen with age.

Some people are just more prone to dark circles than others, regardless of how much sleep you get, how much time and money you spend on cosmetic procedures, or how much you spend on over-the-counter remedies. The gold standard treatment for this problem is tear trough filler.

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy is a safe and natural treatment alternative that has recently gained popularity in the medical cosmetic industry. PRP has demonstrated efficacy in treating scars and helping patients with hair loss. It can also be used to make dark circles under the eyes look less noticeable.

In order to give our clients a more youthful and vibrant appearance, MY Concierge MD offers a specialized PRP under-eyes treatment that attempts to revitalize the eye area.

PRP Treatment: How Does It Operate?

An initial small-volume blood sample is taken from your arm for a PRP treatment. A centrifuge is used to separate the platelets and plasma from the blood. The platelets are then added back to the plasma to repair, regenerate, and replenish the skin and underlying tissues.

By carefully injecting this gel beneath the eyes, under-eye circles and hollows are eliminated. It works as a natural, highly effective filler, renewing aging skin from within. Further reviving the skin from the inside out, PRP treatments also increase the production of collagen. It usually takes an hour for PRP treatments under the eyes.

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is an autologous blood product prepared by differential centrifugation of a recipient’s blood. Because of its high platelet content, PRP is an enriched source of various biological factors produced by these cells.

Consequently, postulations have been made that PRP promotes cell proliferation, recruits progenitor cells, accelerates angiogenesis, and regulates inflammatory responses. Because of these properties, PRP potentially offers an attractive environment for repairing injured musculoskeletal tissues. [1]

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Who Qualifies For PRP Treatment Under The Eyes?

People looking for a non-surgical solution to address problems like puffiness, fine lines, and dark circles under the eyes are the best candidates for PRP undereye treatment. It is also appropriate for people who want minimal downtime and long-lasting results and who favor a natural approach to rejuvenation.

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a biological therapy that uses the patient’s own blood to obtain products with a higher platelet concentration than in blood. This technology provides a controlled drug delivery system of growth factors suitable for regenerative medicine.

The biological effects of PRP mimic and influence biological processes such as inflammation, analgesia, and cell stimulation, providing this therapy with promising therapeutic potential. All these processes participate in the maintenance, correct function, and homeostasis of the joint, where all tissues are involved. [2]

What Should You Anticipate Both Before And After The Procedure?

Using a centrifuge, a tiny amount of the patient’s blood is extracted during the PRP undereye procedure, and the PRP is separated. The targeted areas under the eyes are then carefully injected with PRP. Following the procedure, patients may have some mild bruising or swelling, but these usually go away in a few days. As the natural rejuvenation process takes hold, results progressively get better over a few weeks.

At FCP Dermatology, we recommend PRP/PRF under-eye treatments to be performed in conjunction with the vampire facial to maximize the potential of the patient’s plasma in one session. We recommend a minimum of 3 treatments, spaced one month apart. Patients looking to achieve more dramatic results are advised to do a series of 6 treatments, one month apart.[3]

Does The PRP Under-Eye Treatment Have Any Possible Negative Effects?

Mild bruises, swelling, redness, or soreness at the injection site are possible side effects of PRP under-eye treatment. Usually transient, these side effects go away in a few days. Rarely can there be a chance of an allergic reaction, infection, or inconsistent outcomes.

Does The PRP Under-Eye Treatment Have Any Possible Negative Effects

People thinking about PRP under-eye treatment should speak with a licensed medical practitioner to go over any possible risks and find out if they are a good fit for the procedure.

The first case is of a 61-year-old previously healthy woman who received monthly sessions of platelet-rich plasma injections into her hands, face, and neck by a cosmetologist. Doing her sixth session, immediately after injection into the left glabellar region, she developed painful sudden loss of vision in the left eye associated with dizziness and vomiting. [4]

PRP Undereyes Near Me

My Concierge MD offers the best Prp undereyes near me in Beverly Hills but can also come to your home or office throughout the Los Angeles area. We serve patients near Beverly Hills, Bel Air, West Hollywood, Santa Monica, West Los Angeles, Culver City, Hollywood, Venice, Marina del Rey, Malibu, Manhattan Beach, Redondo Beach, Downtown Los Angeles, Encino, Woodland Hills, Sherman Oaks, Calabasas, Burbank, Glendale, Hidden Hills, Agoura Hills, Northridge, North Hollywood, Topanga, Canoga Park, Reseda, Valley Glen, Chatsworth, West Hills, Winnetka, Universal City, Silverlake, Echo Park, and many more.


  1. Andrzej Fertala. Beyond drugs and surgery. Elsevier eBooks. Published online January 1, 2023:45-51. doi:
  2. Sánchez M, Beitia M, Pompei O, et al. Isolation, Activation, and Mechanism of Action of Platelet-Rich Plasma and Its Applications for Joint Repair. IntechOpen eBooks. Published online September 16, 2020. doi:
  3. Platelet Rich Plasma Under Eye Treatment​ – Botox and Filler. FCP Dermatology. Published November 14, 2022. Accessed May 31, 2024.
  4. Karam EZ, Gan A, Rafael Muci Mendoza, Martinez E, Perez E. Visual Loss after Platelet-rich Plasma Injection into the Face. Neuro-ophthalmology. 2020;44(6):371-378. doi:

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