PRP (platelet-rich plasma) treatment is considered one of the most natural ways to rejuvenate the skin, since it uses the patient’s own plasma during the procedure. Platelet-rich plasma enriched with hyaluronic acid promotes tissue regeneration and improved blood flow to the skin, improving skin elasticity and tone, which leads to softening the wrinkles, even in the case of people with very visible signs of aging.
The PRP method is based on the body’s inherent ability to self-heal. It has been used in orthopedics and cardiology for more than three decades, in cases where it is necessary to stimulate tissue regeneration and increase the speed of recovery. Since tissue repair and blood stimulation play an important role in anti-aging treatments, the PRP method, also known as “Dracula facial” or “Vampire facial” has quickly climbed to a prominent place in the world of aesthetics.
PRP is an absolutely safe procedure. As it uses plasma the patient’s own blood, there is no risk of allergic or immune reactions.
Although the thought of injections is highly unpleasant to many people, PRP treatment is almost painless. A series of quick serum injections can cause mild discomfort, but the pain is very mild, both during and after the treatment. Following the procedure, you may notice a slight redness and increased skin sensitivity.
PRP treatment is a simple dermatological procedure. It begins by drawing a small amount of the patient’s blood, which is then centrifuged to separate the platelets and reject the leukocytes and erythrocytes. Serum obtained by centrifugation is supplemented with active substances that stimulate platelets to release growth factors, followed by the administration of purified serum with extremely thin needles, like in mesotherapy procedure.
PRP treatment doesn’t require a recovery period, so you can return to your daily routine immediately.
The first visible results in tightening and refreshing the skin are visible one week after the treatment, while the full effect comes a month later when the injected growth factors complete their task.
• systemic blood diseases
• acute infections
Anticoagulant therapy, autoimmune diseases of the musculoskeletal system, chronic kidney or liver disease, surgery one month before the PRP procedure, administration of corticosteroids 4 to 6 weeks prior to the procedure, and use of anti-inflammatory drugs one week before the treatment are considered relative contraindications for PRP and require additional consultations.
PRP treatment is an entirely natural method for wrinkle reduction, stimulating collagen production and improving skin elasticity and tightness. It is perfect for anyone who wants to control or prevent the onset of signs of aging and wishes to avoid undergoing aggressive treatments.