PRP Plasma therapy is a modern method of skin rejuvenation and firming, which uses blood proteins enriched with the patient’s own platelets or blood hormones and containing growth hormones to treat problem areas. This method belongs to the field of regenerative medicine, which is used in aesthetic medicine. This method is intended for everyone who wants to undergo a natural and allergy-free rejuvenation course.
What is PRP Plasma Therapy?
The patient is bled (approximately 10-20ml). Valuable platelet-enriched plasma is separated from the blood by centrifugation and then injected into the desired area by injection. Plasma platelets stimulate skin regeneration and play an important role in the wound healing process. By bringing platelets into the skin, there will be a regenerative process or skin renewal. As a result, the skin rejuvenates – tightens, smoothes wrinkles and the skin is more even and radiant.
Plasma lift can be performed on the face, neck, décolleté and hands to renew the skin, as well as on the scalp to stimulate hair growth.
When is PRP Plasma used?
- Tired and dry skin
- Uneven complexion
- Signs of aging
- For the prevention of aging
- To restore facial contour
- Desire to restore the skin after a chemical peel or laser procedure
- acne, couperose, post-acne, scars (including stretch marks) and pigmentation
- Superficial wrinkles
Contraindications to the procedure:
- blood diseases;
- acute infectious diseases;
- pregnancy and lactation;
- acute kidney disease;
- oncological diseases;
- ischemic heart disease and grade 3 hypertension;
- under the age of 18 without the written consent of a parent;
- if you are ill or have active herpes;
- if you have autoimmune diseases;
Useful to know before entering the procedure:
- The results appear within 2 weeks after the procedure
- Do not put on makeup or workout on the same day
- Do not wash your hair the same day after the procedure
- You are not allowed to go to the sauna and swimming pool for two weeks
- For best effect (up to 6 months), it is recommended to go through a three-course course, performing the procedures at 2-4 week intervals.
- Ideally, the procedure is performed in the first half of the day before a meal. If, for any reason, the patient is unable to give up food, breakfast must be light. In addition, fatty and fried foods should be discontinued the day before plasma therapy.
- The procedure takes about an hour in total.