PRP treatment can be a superlative option for the improvement of skin.
A process that has been used efficaciously for years to heal sports wounds is now becoming the treatment of choice by females to improve the appearance of creases, scars, sun mutilation and even dark circles below their eyes. The treatment, Platelet-Rich Plasma, is gaining popularity for the same reasons athletes selected it: owing to its organic nature and because it works. It uses plasma taken from the patient’s own blood rather than chemicals vaccinated into the body. The likelihood of side-effects is almost nonexistent since the body is unlikely to castoff its own blood. The treatment has become prevalently known as the Vampire Facelift thanks to a renowned superstar, Kim Kardashian, who tried and suggested the procedure, and gave it its nickname.
What is Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) and why how can it be beneficial?
To put it modestly, it is plasma that is rich with platelets. Plasma is one of the four main constituents that make up human blood accompanied by red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets. Plasma composes 55% of our blood and is the fluid portion made up of 90% water, 6-8% proteins, 2-4% salts, lipids and glucose. Plasma is accountable for transferring gases like oxygen, carbon dioxide and nitrogen; nutrients like glucose and amino acids, hormones, proteins, lipids, ions such as sodium, chloride and calcium; and numerous waste products. Platelets are small discoid cells with a lifespan of about 7-10 days and are very significant, as they help in forming blood clots.
PRP’s effects are lasting
Females who have had the PRP treatment find their faces look even better some months after they have had the treatments. That is because the plasma rouses their skin’s stem cells to create more collagen, grow new cells and accurately invigorate their skin. The new cell development in your skin generated by the platelet rich plasma takes weeks to months, which is why it looks so much better as the time passes. Botox and other filler treatments get faded with time, but the PRP therapy lasts and looks better as long as 18 months to two years. The FDA has not forced regulations on the use of PRP since it come from the patient’s own body and is not a drug. The use of PRP with other materials and some systems that arrange the PRP for use have been FDA cleared, so make sure the one your doctor vouches for is one of them.
Regenerative medicine: Why there is no bad side-effects with it
Platelet rich plasma literally arouses new cell growth in the patient’s body wherever it is vaccinated. It aids the body heal itself the natural way without using chemicals or foreign materials of any kind. The likelihood of an allergic reaction or septicity is almost zero because the plasma comes from the patient’s own body.