Plasma lifting

Skin rejuvenation with the help of platelets
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Plasmolifting for the face is an injection procedure that uses the patient’s own blood plasma. Platelets contained in the blood contain growth factors that trigger the process of natural regeneration, hydration, and rejuvenation of the skin. At the same time, the plasma contains a nutritious cocktail of amino acids for building material.

About facial plasmatherapy

With age, the process of tissue regeneration slows down. This leads to skin aging – pigmentation appears, the skin becomes less elastic and firm. Facial plasma is one solution to this problem. Thanks to platelet-rich plasma (the part of the blood separated from red blood cells), plasma therapy triggers the natural rejuvenation processes lost with age.

The fact is that platelets contain growth factors that are responsible for tissue regeneration in case of damage, affect blood clotting and generally play a significant role in the healing process. It is this ability of platelets that underlies plasma lifting. When administering blood plasma, the doctor leaves microdamages from the injections. The regeneration process starts. But due to the fact that the injected plasma is enriched with platelets, recovery is enhanced. 

The processes of growth and restoration of cells, including fibroblasts, are launched. But they are the ones who synthesize the structural proteins of the skin, which are responsible for its firmness and elasticity – elastin and collagen. Due to cell division, the skin thickens, blood flow increases – as a result, wrinkles are smoothed out, scars lighten, and the functioning of the sebaceous glands is normalized.

What problems does plasmatherapy solve? 

Thanks to the regenerative capabilities of platelets, therapy can solve a wide range of aesthetic problems. Among them:

  • Chronoaging . Age-related skin changes include deep wrinkles, decreased skin elasticity, and dryness. 
  • Photoaging . The negative effect of ultraviolet radiation on the skin leads to age spots, superficial wrinkles, dry skin, and thickening of the stratum corneum.
  • Acne is an acne disease. Platelets can reduce inflammation, which is good for treating acne.
  • Cuperosis is a vascular network. The injected platelets strengthen the walls of blood vessels. Thanks to this, the vascular network becomes less noticeable.
  • Dark circles under the eyes. The cause of dark circles under the eyes is often dry and thin skin under the eyes, through which the blood vessels are visible. If the walls of blood vessels are thinned, dark circles become more noticeable. Plasma therapy strengthens the walls of blood vessels and makes the skin denser. This makes the circles under the eyes lighter.
  • Decreased skin turgor (elasticity). Plasmolifting triggers the synthesis of collagen and elastin. It is these proteins that are responsible for skin elasticity.

Also, facial plasmolifting perfectly fights scars, post-acne and scars, renewing the skin at the cellular level. The plasma therapy procedure is not only aesthetic but also therapeutic in nature – it is often used to treat various diseases of the musculoskeletal system.

What to do before plasma lifting

Before plasma lifting, you should follow some recommendations. Be prepared that you will need:

  • do not take anticoagulants several days before the procedure;
  • Do not drink alcohol or smoke for several days;
  • drink at least 2 liters of water for several days before plasma therapy.

You will also need to notify the cosmetologist about all medications taken and health status. Please note that the effectiveness of the procedure directly depends on the quality of the patient’s blood, and especially on the number of platelets in it.

How is plasmolifting performed ?

  • The doctor collects about 20 milliliters of blood from the patient’s vein into a special tube containing a separating gel. The blood volume may be larger depending on the patient’s goals and skin condition.
  • The blood in the test tube is processed in a centrifuge for 10 minutes. Thanks to the separating gel, the contents of the tube are divided into two fractions, one of which is platelet-rich plasma.
  • Next, the plasma is injected intradermally with the finest mesotherapy needle into the area of ​​the face, neck, and décolleté. Microinjections leave small papules that disappear within a few hours. 

After plasma therapy

After the plasmolifting procedure for the face, redness and papules may be observed for several hours. Reviews from our patients say that rehabilitation proceeds without problems, but in some cases papules can last for several days.

There are no special restrictions after plasma therapy. For several days you need to avoid visiting the bathhouse, sauna, swimming pool, and so on. You can use decorative cosmetics after 12 hours.




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