FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

1) How do I ensure the PRP used is really mine?

Your blood is properly labelled and processed in the lab with proper

tracking method which is similar to any blood sent for lab investigation.

2) Is BIOLYPH safe?

Yes it is. BIOLYPH is derived from your own blood.

3) How soon can I see the effect?

The improvement can be seen after 2 to 3 weeks, but it differs from individuals to individuals

4) What type of treatment is most effective using this PRP?

Facial rejuvenation, scars, pigmentation, pores reduction, and hair restoration.

5) How long do I need to wait for my next treatment?

Every 3 to 4 weeks

6) Is there any combination treatment that can be performed?

Yes, you can combine treatment such as LASERS, derma fillers, etc. However, please consult with your doctor.

7) Is there any downtime for BIOLYPH treatment? If yes, how long is it?

Generally, there will be some mild redness and swelling which will last between 1 to 2 days.

8) Is using BIOLYPH treatment painful?

Treatment is performed after applying numbing cream. The procedure is generally well tolerated.

9) After injection or treatment, do I need any post-treatment care? 

Standard post skin care treatment is required. For Example, moisturizer, and sunblock can be applied to protect the skin.

10) Is BIOLYPH suitable for all ages?

Yes, we would recommend for patients aged 18 and above.

11) Is there an expiry date to utilize all my BIOLYPH?

Yes, it is advisable to utilise it within 1 year from the production date.

12) Can I bring home some of the BIOLYPH for topical use?

No you can't

13) After doing the BIOLYPH, can I do fillers or Botox?

Yes, you can.

14) How do I know if I am a good candidate for BIOLYPH?

Generally, all healthy adults can benefit from BIOLYPH PRP. However, you are advised to consult with your medical practitioners.

15) Who are not recommended (Contraindicated) to do BIOLYPH?

Cancer patients especially hematologic malignancy, platelet disorder, platelet dysfunction syndrome, anemia (Hb <10 g/dl), Septicemia, Pregnancy or active breastfeeding, medication that affect platelets activation such as NSAID, Aspirin, steroids, life habits (alcohol and smoking)