Platelet-rich plasma PRP
It is a facial anti-aging and self-healing treatment with platelet growth factors, which is performed with platelet-rich plasma. This treatment has become a trend in recent years due to its good results helping to rejuvenate the skin, preventing and treating premature aging and improving subtle imperfections in the skin.
The PRP serves to:
- To illuminate and rejuvenate the skin of the face and neck.
- To attenuate the fine lines of expression and scars.
- Tonify, moisturize and deeply nourish the skin.
- Stimulate hair growth.
At the same time, it is also very useful for the regeneration of the skin with wounds, ulcers or bedsores, favors the assimilation of grafts and implants, helping the process of regeneration and healing.
PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) is an autologous biological material, meaning that it is obtained from the patient's own blood. The technique is quite simple, it consists of extracting a sample of blood from the forearm that is then centrifuged to separate the plasma with the platelets from the rest of the blood components. This plasma is activated and we proceed to inject it into the skin.
The number of sessions will be indicated by the cosmetic doctor, since it depends on several factors, such as age, genetics, the type and quality of the patient's skin, as well as the deterioration or sun damage caused by previous exposure.
Although there is no specific protocol, it is recommended, in a more deteriorated skin, more frequent sessions of PRP, which can become a monthly session for 3 months and then one every 4 to 6 months and for normal skin 2 to 3 sessions per year.
Although it is not very painful, a topical anaesthetic can be applied a few minutes before the procedure for greater patient comfort. No post-treatment rest is required.
It does not produce allergies as it is a chemical-free biological substance, manufactured and obtained from our own organism.