PRP Treatment (Platelet-rich Plasma), which is one of the latest techniques of cell regeneration. Its function is directly linked to the release of Growth Factors by platelets. Growth Factors, responsible for the recruitment of peripheral stem cells and the "awakening" of cell reproduction known as mitosis, have properties of induction of tissue regeneration. PRP is not synthesized with natural or artificial products, but simply consists of "harvesting" and "implanting" the cells responsible for the cellular regeneration in the right place and in an amount, that it is impossible for the body to produce it by itself.
To prepare the PRP, a small amount of blood is taken from the patient and placed in a centrifuge. The process takes about 15 minutes and increases the concentration of platelets and Growth Factors. Subsequently it is applied intradermal in the areas to be treated, resulting in a new collagen, favoring reepithelialization and regeneration of the skin.
Three sessions, which could be weekly, monthly or annual.
The result is fast and in the course of the sessions an effect is observed that illuminates and revitalizes the face, rejuvenates the skin, giving it more luminosity and softness, leaving it more smooth and uniform and increasing its thickness; The treatment also reduce wrinkles, reduce skin imperfections and soften the appearance of scars.
It is very important to use sunscreen before and after starting treatment in order to reduce the negative effects produced by sun exposure.
The treatment can be complemented with alternatives such as a neutral cream which should be applied every night for better results.
1- PRP (Platelet-rich Plasma) for alopecia or hair loss:
The PRP (Platelet-rich Plasma) for alopecia, is a process in which blood is extracted from the patient and separated into its natural components.
After another separation process (centrifugation), some of the blood plasma is enriched with platelets (the molecules responsible for creating "blood clots" in the body), isolated and preserved. At this point, the platelet-enriched plasma is injected back into the patient.
Although its use in hair restoration is novel, the process of platelet-rich plasma for alopecia is not a new therapy. For many years PRP has been used in medical and surgical practices to improve tissue regeneration and accelerate wound healing.
During the centrifugation process, platelet-enriched plasma becomes naturally enhanced with Growth Factors, anti-inflammatory molecules and cellular signaling elements.
You can also get a shampoo with enriched plasma, so that in the comfort of your home, you will help accelerating the process of restoring hair.
2- The human placenta, an allied in the beauty of the famous, is NOW also in our center and at your fingertips:
- Jennifer Lopez pays expensive facials with human placenta.
What is so special about this body organ that Hollywood stars are turning to it preserve their health and beauty?
The placenta or “tree of life”, due by its ramifications that form its arteries, is responsible for the nutrition, respiration, protection and excretion of the fetus during its gestation. The placenta belongs to the baby and not to the mother, therefore, its genetic characteristics are identical to the human being in formation.
The umbilical cord is the conduit to carry blood with debris and without oxygen from the baby to the placenta, which exchanges it with oxygenated blood and nutrients such as iron, proteins, fatty acids, glucose and vitamins K and B12. Additionally, the placenta contains hormones such as oxytocin and endorphin, necessary for postpartum recovery of the mother, or human chorionic gonadotropin, which maintains the production of progesterone (the fundamental hormone at the beginning of gestation). All this makes it a coveted facial for all those who want to have a young face.
3- Aesthetic uses of the placenta:
As an anti-wrinkle, for being source of vitamins and minerals with regenerative properties.
To clear out the skin color, improve its texture and refine its pores.