PRP skin treatments
The skin is the largest organ in the body and as it is your first line of defence against invading pathogens and diseases, you need to take care of it carefully. It might interest you to know that according to Statista, the global skincare market is expected to reach the level of $180 billion by 2024. Not only are more people choosing natural and organic skincare products, but younger consumers are also choosing to care for their skin than before. This interest in chemical-free products has led to an increased interest in PRP skin treatments.
PRP skin treatment for acne rosacea
One of the best PRP skin treatments that dermatologists have developed is for acne rosacea. The condition affects both men and women and appears as redness in the centre of the face, nose, cheeks and forehead. As the infection progresses, it can spread to the scalp, ears, neck and chest. In addition to the redness, patients may also notice blood vessels in the facial skin and small bumps with or without fluid. Stinging and burning sensations may accompany rosacea.
Conventional treatments for the condition include oral antibiotics, laser treatments and topical ointments. However, these options only work as long as you continue to use them. In contrast, PRP skin treatments can provide permanent relief. Patients who tried the procedure spoke of positive results that lasted 6 months or longer.
PRP skin rejuvenation before and after acne and against acne
Acne is a common condition that affects people of all ages. Adults can also get acne later in life, and women as young as 35 can develop breakouts due to hormonal imbalances in their bodies. While pimples are not a life-threatening condition, they do lead to a loss of self-confidence. Fortunately, PRP skin treatments can help relieve active acne.
Dermatologists typically perform PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) using the microneedling method. As the healing serum acts on the skin, it stimulates blood flow. This new blood flow contains toxins, excess sebum and bacteria that cause pimples. As a result, you will notice clearer and healthier skin a few weeks later. PRP can not only repair your skin, but also prevent recurring breakouts.
Acne tends to scar the skin. The type of marks can depend on the severity of the condition and in turn act as an unpleasant and ugly reminder of your self-conscious teenage years. PRP for acne scars can erase marks to a point where they are barely noticeable. This is because the serum contains a concentration of growth factors, platelets and other healing elements. These compounds promote the development of collagen and elastin under the skin. When the layer is filled, the arenas are clearly illuminated.
PRP skin regeneration treatment for wrinkles or sagging skin
PRP's ability to rejuvenate collagen and elastin is also why it is very effective for signs of ageing. Wrinkles, sagging skin, fine lines and folds that you see are the result of the erosion of the collagen layer under the skin. Ageing also thins the elastin, which leads to the lines you see. PRP facial treatment can be one of the most effective solutions as it encourages the skin to rejuvenate itself without the use of chemicals.
The combination of PRP and microneedling enhances the effects of the treatment. When the dermatologist passes the derm roller over the skin, micro-injuries and small pieces are created. These punctures act as a channel that helps the serum reach the lower layers of the skin, so the effects show sooner.
Vampire lift for crow's feet and frowns
In addition to wrinkles, PRP works on wrinkles on the forehead and between the eyes. You can also remove crow's feet at the corners of the eyes. These PRP skin treatments work on the same principle as skin regeneration. By stimulating the rejuvenation of collagen and elastin, the procedure can help to even out wrinkles so that the skin texture looks younger.
PRP for skin diseases such as lichen sclerosus
Lichen sclerosus (LS) is a skin condition caused by the body's immune system attacking skin cells. This condition appears as smooth or blotchy patches of skin and wrinkles. Patients may also experience pain, irritation, redness and bleeding. Symptoms usually occur in both men and women in the genital area. However, some patients also see LS in the upper arms, breasts and upper body. Doctors explain that the use of contraceptives and low testosterone levels can aggravate the condition.
If you consult a dermatologist, you may receive recommendations for topical steroid creams and ointments. While conventional options offer temporary relief, you should check regularly to see if the condition recurs. PRP therapy is an effective solution because the serum contains a concentration of proteins that promote healing of damaged skin tissue. Platelets in PRP form a scaffold that tissues use to repair and regenerate. Clinical studies conducted at the National Centre for Biotechnology clearly show that PRP skin treatments are effective for LS.
PRP skin treatments actually work
PRP skin treatments can help you with various skin conditions, including hair loss and sores. Any kind of skin trauma will result in uneven healing. This is because the new substances heal in an incomplete pattern rather than in the nice, even matrix of your original substances.
PRP can restart the healing process so that the new fibres fit together better and the skin has a smoother appearance. PRP not only rebuilds collagen and elastin, but also creates new blood vessels in the skin to improve circulation and speed healing. Talk to your dermatologist about PRP for your skin problems and you will be pleasantly surprised by the results.
PRP tubes for skin treatments
High quality PRP glass tubes with separator gel and anticoagulant PRP tubes: Red with citrate and separator gel for approx. 3-4 ml for convenient and fast plasma production.
The centrifuge tubes are made of high-quality borosilicate glass.
The anticoagulant (citrate) and the separator gel are already included.
The blood collection is done with a vacuum method to make blood collection safer and easier.
PRP Basis Cream
Unique regenerative PRP cream! Can be combined with your own plasma. Personalized cosmetics.
The serum for PRP promotes cell renewal, provides the skin with nutrients, moisturizes, prevents skin aging and fights inflammation.
Especially effective in combination with blood plasma! All the plasma from a PRP tube is mixed to the cream. The cream can also be used very effectively as a stand-alone product!
The result of using PRP serum is a healthier skin tone, improved skin hydration and a strengthening of elasticity and tone. Small scars and pigments disappear, wrinkles diminish and their depth decreases.
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