PRP - “Vampire facial”
The Most Natural and Safest Way of Rejuvenation
The PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) is the world’s best known natural method of face and body rejuvenation. It is a treatment of biostimulation with your blood plasma and belongs to the domain of regenerative medicine as cells are stimulated in the best possible way to naturally regenerate your face and body.
It is used in various branches of medicine for the treatment of a number of diseases, wounds, injuries to tendons, muscles, joints, bone fractures, etc. Due to its exceptional performance, it has been used in dermatology and aesthetic medicine since 2007. In the field of aesthetic medicine, the skin of the face, neck, neckline, hands, and hair are treated with the PRP treatment. Also, the treatment may help scars, spots, stretch marks to be visibly reduced and the skin to be rejuvenated.
The Benefits of the PRP Treatment
The PRP method is an absolutely safe method that causes no allergic reactions as it uses your best material that the skin and tissue are already familiar with. It is ideal for the sensitive skin that reacts to various chemical preparations and therefore represents the safest method for rejuvenation without consequences. With its help, you can improve the appearance of your face and body, and the results become more and more visible daily, as under the influence of the growth factor (GF) the skin becomes more beautiful and smoother every day, while you get the full effect after a month.
After the treatment, the skin is softer, more elastic, visibly younger, and it has a radiant, youthful, healthy appearance.
Hair Growth Stimulation Before and After
The entire treatment lasts an hour at the most, it is painless, and if necessary, a local anesthetic is applied to the desired region, so the whole process is ever slightly unpleasant, which is totally negligible considering the final effect.
This method is already widespread around the world. It is used by many celebrities like Kim Kardashian as a regular beauty treatment and for faster healing of injuries; Rafael Nadal is known for using this method to repair knee injuries, as are many other world athletes and national team members.
The PRP Treatment Process
Thrombocytes an an integral part of our blood and contain numerous GFs (growth factors), which are released after the activation and act to stimulate the stem cells, thus accelerating the process of healing and tissue regeneration.
The PRP treatment requires taking a small amount of the client’s blood, 20–50 ml, (this is the amount we give for laboratory analyses), which is placed in a special centrifuge that, rotating at a high speed, separates the platelet-rich plasma and growth factors from the leukocytes and erythrocytes. The plasma thus obtained represents its own concentrate of platelets in a small volume of plasma. It is important to emphasize that the obtained thrombocytes are biologically active cells that instigate numerous chemical reactions important for the healing and recovery of numerous tissues, muscles, tendons, cartilages, bones…
Aesthetically speaking, after the platelet activation, the growth factors bind to the receptors and stimulate angiogenesis (creation of new blood vessels), stimulate proliferation (cell multiplication by division), and differentiation (development) of stem cells as well as fibroblasts and keratinocytes, leading to tissue and skin renewal and regeneration.
For Whom Is the Treatment Intended?
The treatment with the PRP method is required by all young and modern women around the age of 30 who want to keep their skin vital and youthful in the most natural way possible, as well as by all those who want to rejuvenate, regenerate, and revitalize their face and body according to the most popular and safest method.
How Many Treatments Are Required?
After the first treatment, the next one should be done in 6 months, and the results should be maintained once a year. It should be noted that the number and frequency of treatments depend on the skin condition and requirements, so it is advised to schedule a free consultation with our doctor.
Warning: The PRP therapy is not applied in case of platelet dysfunction, critical thrombocytopenia, hemodynamic instability, autoimmune diseases, sepsis, acute and chronic diseases, pregnancy, chronic liver diseases, and anticoagulation therapy.