Plasmolifting is a fairly modern and popular cosmetic lifting procedure among women today, which uses the patient’s own plasma to stimulate the growth of cells and collagen structures in the skin. In the process of plasmolifting, blood is taken from the patient, which passes through a centrifuge to extract plasma with a high content of platelets and growth factors. This plasma is injected back into the patient’s skin through small injections, allowing the patient to increase skin tone and elasticity, as well as reduce the appearance of wrinkles and improve overall skin tone. This procedure allows you to get natural, fresh and youthful looking skin without surgery using PRP Courses.
List of benefits
The demand for plasmolifting is growing every year and this indisputable fact is explained by numerous advantages:
- Increases skin tone and greatly improves complexion in a short time.
- Reduces the appearance of fine lines and other visually disturbing signs of aging.
- Does not cause allergic reactions, as the patient’s own material is used.
- Does not injure the skin, does not cause edema and has practically no rehabilitation period.
- Lack of rehabilitation – unlike traditional skin rejuvenation procedures such as lifting, plasmolifting does not require time for recovery and rehabilitation.
- Improvement of skin texture – the procedure can improve the quality of the skin and minimize fine lines.
- Treatment of scars and stretch marks – plasmolifting can be used to treat scars and stretch marks on the body.
Plasmolifting is considered an effective and relatively safe procedure that allows you to achieve a rich and healthy looking skin. There are many possibilities for this procedure, and the rules for injections are simple and accessible to any cosmetologist.
The following specific rules are distinguished, which the specialist should be aware of:
- Before the procedure, it is necessary to consult a cosmetologist and prepare the patient’s skin.
- The patient should avoid alcohol, smoking and hemostatic drugs for 1-2 days before the procedure.
- Injections are carried out in specially selected areas of the face, neck and decollete of the patient using fine needles.
- After the procedure, the patient should avoid prolonged exposure to the sun and visiting saunas and swimming pools for 2-3 days.
- To save the result, the procedure should be repeated after a while (usually after six months).