PRP FaceLift ease visible signs of aging, like wrinkles and sagging skin, lips plumping and vampire facial. PRP injections is used to treat a type of hair loss called androgenic alopecia, also known as male or female pattern baldness, which affects men and women.
Plasma is the liquid part of your blood that’s mostly made of water and protein. It lets red and white blood cells and platelets move through your bloodstream, they also play a role in healing. To collect plasma, blood is drawn from
your body and uses a machine to separate the platelet-rich plasma from the rest of the blood. Once you are numb, the plasma into the area of your body being treated. Most people need anywhere from three to six sessions, with one session done about every four weeks.
Because PRP therapy uses cells from your own body, most people are excellent candidates for the procedure to treat:
Dark under-eye circles
Fine lines around the mouth
Crepey skin in neck, chest, and eye areas
Coarse skin texture
Dull or gray skin tone
The Vampire Facial is not recommended for patients who have blood-related disorders, anemia or cancers of the blood or bone. Those taking blood thinners or non-steroidal anti-inflammatories (NSAIDs) should stop these medications for a few weeks before treatment and several days following it, based on their own physician’s directions.
How Long Will Recovery after PRP Therapy Take?
One of the advantages of the Vampire Facial is that not much recovery time is necessary. Some redness and soreness, similar to a sunburn, may occur immediately following the treatment. Some patients may also experience bruising. The redness disappears on the day after treatment, but some patients will experience slight swelling and rough texture of the skin. By day 3, the swelling usually passes, but the rough texture may remain for up to a week. The downtime required after this treatment is minimal, if any.
What Will the Results of PRP Therapy Be?
You should start to see results within a week. After 1 or 2 months, you should see rejuvenated skin that appears younger and feels softer and more supple. Results may remain from 1 to 2 years following your treatment.
How Should I Care for My Skin After PRP Therapy?
Following your Vampire Facial, it is imperative to hydrate your skin and protect it from sun damage. Follow a daily skin care regimen that incorporates both a quality moisturizer and several applications of sunblock of 30 SPF or above over the course of the day.
What Is the Difference Between PRP Therapy and Dermal Fillers?
While dermal fillers contain an element that mimics your skin’s natural chemicals, PRP therapy is made from your actual cells. Dermal fillers are a gel-like substance that fills in fine lines, while PRP therapy prompts your body to make new collagen and skin cells, which generates younger-looking volume and develops a softer texture and brighter tone in your skin; rather than targeting specific lines and wrinkles, PRP therapy improves the look and feel of the whole treatment area. While dermal fillers are absorbed by the body within 6 months to a year, requiring another treatment, PRP therapy lasts for 1 to 2 years. In addition, PRP therapy can be performed on areas where dermal fillers are unsafe.
You cannot get PRP injections if you have:
Abnormal platelet function or a low platelet count
Taking blood Thinner
pregnant or breastfeeding
Disclaimer: PRP Treatments are not used as a cure for any medical condition what so ever, if your on medication DO NOT stop taking your medication.
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