Plasmolifting: What is it and What are the Advantages?

  

Cosmetologists consider plasmolifting as one of the most effective and safe methods of rejuvenation. It uses the internal capabilities of the body to return it to beauty and youth.

Each person can notice their own unique expressions. Someone often walks gloomy, and someone likes to be with one raised eyebrow. Such places allow you to observe an increased mimic load, therefore, at the onset of the age of twenty, you can notice the appearance of the first folds, which can cause panic in every young girl. Most often, dynamic wrinkles begin to form on the forehead, then the outer corners of the eyes are exposed to them, and by the age of thirty, folds in the eyelid area and mimic wrinkles around the mouth opening begin to appear.

How is this procedure carried out?

The patient takes from 10 to 20 ml of venous blood, which is placed in a special high-quality PRP-Tubes. The blood is subjected to centrifugation, during which plasma is separated, containing platelets and other blood elements (except for erythrocytes), as well as vitamins, hormones and other useful substances. This plasma is injected into problem areas of the skin through microinjections. The use of local anesthesia makes this procedure completely painless.

Plasmalifting of face

How it works? Platelets synthesize proteins that stimulate cell proliferation. The introduction of platelets into the problem area “deceives” the body, artificially stimulating the start of recovery processes in this area. This leads to the appearance of new connective tissue cells, enhances the production of structural proteins of the skin and hyaluronic acid. Moreover, the effect of platelets on surrounding cells not only slows down aging, but reverses it.

What are the benefits of plasma lifting?

  • Receiving plasma autodrugs completely removes the risk of complications or the development of allergies.
  • Plasmolifting procedure usually lasts no more than 1 hour.
  • In 40% of patients, the desired result is achieved immediately after the first injection of platelets. If it is necessary to consolidate or enhance the effect, then a short course of plasma-lifting is prescribed, consisting of 4 sessions with a break of 1-2 weeks.
  • Plasmolifting can also help restore hair, and at the moment it is considered the only procedure that is officially recognized as effective in this matter.
  • The result of a full course of plasmolifting during skin rejuvenation will persist for almost 2 years.

What are the disadvantages of plasma lifting?

The main disadvantage of this procedure is that it cannot be performed often enough. The intervals between the passage of the full course of plasma lifting should be at least 1 year. In this case, there is no risk of depletion of the body’s natural reserves.

Who is recommended to perform plasma lifting?

Typically, middle-aged women resort to this procedure if they have signs of skin aging visible to the naked eye. After completing a full course of plasmolifting, they restore the natural beauty and elasticity of the skin, which allows you to visually “reset” from 10 to 15 years.

How to choose the right salon for plasmolifting?

Here, first of all, the qualifications of the salon specialists and the equipment that are used during the procedure matter. An employee conducting plasmolifting must necessarily have a higher medical education, as well as experience in performing such manipulations, confirmed by a certificate.

But make sure you consult your doctor or dermatologist first.