PRP treatment with blood plasma, Vampire treatment, Treatment with fasting factors from your blood… you will find it under many names. One thing is for sure, this is the best thing you can do for your skin, and it’s completely natural!

PRP treatment is used in all branches of surgery, sports medicine, and aesthetic medicine. The high efficiency of this method is based on a rich concentration of platelet growth factors, i.e. proteins that have an exceptional effect on the stimulation of tissue regeneration.

What is PRP?

What is PRP?
PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) or Plasma rich in thrombocytes is a unique method based on the stimulation of skin stem cells with a growth factor obtained from one’s own blood plasma. Growth factors are responsible for the regeneration and growth of young tissue. With this method, it is possible to prevent aging of the skin of the face, neck, décolletage and hands, as well as the entire body. It is also possible to promote hair growth by stimulating hair follicles. The advantage of PRP is that it uses the body’s natural regenerative abilities, which is why it is safe for patients prone to allergic reactions.

When is PRP done?

PRP can be done when we want to improve the appearance and tone of the skin, as well as to hydrate it, to reduce the visibility of deeper wrinkles on the face, neck, décolleté and hands, to reduce the visibility of acne and acne scars – whenever we want to look better. This method absolutely removes a tired and lifeless appearance, reduces the intensity of irregularities from wrinkles to scars, reduces the intensity of pigmentation and generally gives a more uniform and radiant complexion.

Effects of PRP

Considering that the skin needs time to react, the first results are visible after 7 to 10 days, when there is an improvement in the moisture and appearance of the skin. During the next 2 to 6 weeks, the formation of new collagen fibers begins and the structure and tone of the skin improves. A network of new collagen and new blood vessels are formed during 2 to 3 months after the treatment.
For a complete, pronounced effect, it is necessary to repeat the treatment 2 to 3 times. Significant results will be visible after one month from the last treatment, and the full result only after 6 months.

Does it hurt?

Before the treatment, a local anesthetic is applied to the skin, so the treatment is comfortable for the patient.

Recovery and care after treatment

This intervention does not require recovery time. Sometimes short-term redness may occur after the intervention, which passes within a few hours to a day. After the treatment, it is advisable to use a hydrating or re-epithelializing cream twice a day at home.

Treatment duration: 60 minutes.