PRP Facial Rejuvenation
PRP treatment is a type of treatment in which a type of plasma enriched with thrombocytes, one of the blood cells is used.
Blood can be divided into two parts basically, plasma and cells. The cell part of blood consists of erythrocytes (red blood cells), leukocytes (white blood cells) and blood-platelets. PRP is derived from the plasma part of blood. The task of thrombocytes is to coagulate blood and secreting growth factors which are used in speeding wound healing process.
PRP treatment has been on the increase for to be used in face aesthetics, and it demonstrates great results. In addition, there are lots of scientific research ongoing on this subject.
PRP treatment is applied with the plasma which is obtained from one’s own blood. Approximately 10 cc blood is taken, specially filtered and centrifuged. In this way, thrombocytes are ensured to be ready for the treatment. It can be applied to any area requiring skin rejuvenation and maintenance such as face, neck, cleavage, and hairy skin. It commences the recovery process in deep wrinkles, envoluming the tissue, and replicating the surrounding tissue in the application epicentre. With the help of special kits, PRP is a very safe application. There is no adverse effects if preparation and sterility are achieved adequately.
PRP application can be done with a plasma obtained in amounts of 4-5 ml. The type of application is similar to mesotherapy, including fine tipped needles. The duration of the application is 45 minutes. It is sufficient for desired results to be seen in 3 sessions of 2–3-week intervals, after that, every 6-12 months. The maximum effect to be seen may take a few weeks since the first application.