A skin rejuvenation technique called PRP (Platelet-Rich-Plasma) was discovered half a century ago. Mass application for cosmetic purposes began only in the last decade of the 21st century. This method gives you a fresh and youthful looking skin without surgical intervention and the use of chemical preparations.
Generally speaking most people would want to be eternally young. The female population is particularly supportive of all methods of rejuvenation, although men do not lag far behind women in recent years. The cosmetics industry offers a range of products and services designed to rejuvenate the skin. Any solution that does not involve the use of a scalpel is welcome especially when it is natural and chemical-free and is based on scientific basis. The PRP technique has been intensively used since 2007. Platelet-rich plasma is a concentrated preparation obtained after blood centrifugal (PRP-Platelets-Rich-Plasma). This procedure removes the red blood cells. In the remaining plasma (administered under this method) there is an increased platelet concentration.
This method is invasive. It consists of injecting a PRP preparation into a specific area of the skin. The PRP preparation is prepared immediately from the patient’s blood. This brings many benefits (preserving the freshness of all components, excluding the possibility of an allergic reaction). Blood platelets are rich in many growth factors. The effect is increased production of collagen and keratin. Growth factors have a positive effect on hyaluronic acid (increases skin tone). Increased collagen production directly affects the reduction of facial wrinkles. Before using this treatment, it is recommended that each person consult a physician for advice. The procedure is painless. The results are visible after a few weeks. They last more than two years. It takes several treatments every 4 to 6 weeks. This technique has good application in sports medicine. Used massively to restore facial skin volume. It is often used to rejuvenate the skin of the hands, neck and décolletage. Research says that using inappropriate blood centrifugal equipment can lead to a decrease in the concentration of blood platelets in the end product, which diminishes the therapeutic effect. Therefore, an appropriate appropriate institution for PRP treatment should be selected.