Facial PRP

Facial PRP

Platelet-rich plasma or PRP is also known as facial rejuvenation and is a very popular procedure. Facial PRP process begins by separating the dense parts of platelets and growth factors through a centrifuge process after blood is taken. Plasma is the "liquid" part of your blood, made up of water and proteins, that allows red and white blood cells to circulate. This protein content includes growth factors that support the regeneration and repair of tissues and increased blood flow.
Platelets are a type of red blood cell that is necessary for clotting and plays a role in the healing process. When there is any damage to the tendons, ligaments, muscles, joints or skin, the body sends platelets and growth factors containing these factors to the injury site. Facial rejuvenation with PRP, rich in platelets and growth factors, is often preferred in cosmetic procedures. The key chemical components of PRP aid collagen growth.

How is PRP applied to the face?

PRP application to the face begins with your doctor taking your blood, then centrifuging it and obtaining PRP (platelet rich plasma). Then the application area (face and neck) is anesthetized. The facial rejuvenation process begins with PRP being injected into the face. PRP treatment for the face is performed using very thin and short needles. This process takes approximately 20-30 minutes. Another method is to apply PRP to the facial skin using a dermapen or dermaroller. In these applications, micro channels are opened in the skin and PRP is allowed to penetrate under the skin.

What is PRP Skin Care?

In PRP skin care, micro channels are opened using sterile micro needles (dermapen, dermaroller) in a controlled manner and collagen and elastin production is increased to initiate the skin repair process.
Dermapen PRP opens microchannels in the skin, allowing Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) to penetrate the skin layers better. This increases collagen production and helps rejuvenate the face. This treatment, introduced by Kim Kardashian, is known as "Vampire Face Lift" or "The Vampire Facial".

“The platelets and growth factors in PRP accelerate tissue regeneration and repair of damaged cells by attracting stem cells to the application area, that is, the skin, through stem cell application.”

Generally speaking, growth factors promote cell division. In people with PRP application, tissue healing is accelerated, new blood vessel formation and tissue blood supply are increased. Due to this effect of PRP, which makes the skin look lively and bright, the dullness in the skin of those who have PRP application decreases.

How Often Should PRP Be Applied to the Face?

How often to perform PRP care on the face is entirely up to you. Depending on the results of each treatment, 3-4 treatment sessions every 4 weeks are usually recommended; Then it can be repeated every 6 months to 1 year.

How many days does PRP take to show its effect on the face?

After PRP injection on the face, skin repair mechanisms come into play. According to the comments and expert opinions of those who have had PRP applied to the face, the first effects are usually brightness and liveliness and begin to be seen within weeks. Most of those who have PRP application state that they see the main effect of the treatment within 2-6 months. As a result of months of collagen increase, elastin fibers and vascularization, fine lines decrease and the skin tightens.

How many sessions of PRP are performed on the face?

Generally, PRP applications on the face are planned as 3-4 sessions. However, the number of PRP sessions may vary depending on the person's skin, smoking and sun exposure. The effect of the treatment will last longer if it is repeated every 6 months to 1 year after all PRP sessions are completed.

What is PRP Facial Treatment?

In PRP facial care, injection is made under the skin to reach the dermis layer to ensure rapid repair of your skin. PRP Facial Treatment is performed by opening microchannels on the skin with a tool such as a dermapen and penetrating PRP into the skin through these channels. This method both nourishes the skin and increases collagen and elastin production in response to the microtraumas created, thus tightening the skin. This procedure is also known as Dermapen PRP or PRP Dermapen combination.

Blemish Treatment with CGF and Ozone Therapy

It is generally accepted that the application used for spot treatment and acne scars with PRP is effective and safe. Activated platelets secrete various growth factors, cytokines and chemokines; these include vascular endothelial growth factor, platelet-derived growth factor, epidermal growth factor, fibroblast growth factor, TGF-beta, insulin-like growth factor, and IL-8.

In studies using CGF intradermal injections, promising results have been obtained from the use of spot treatment with PRP compared to traditional methods in the treatment of acne scars. Blemish treatment with CGF and ozone, combined with other spot treatment methods such as laser treatments, chemical peeling and mesotherapy, helps to quickly reduce blemishes and prevents new blemishes. CGF and ozone The treated skin appears brighter and in lighter tones.

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