Used in the office, PRP is a technique for injecting growth factors and stem cells, making it possible to improve the quality of the skin while acting on the direct consequences of aging.
Once reinjected under the skin, PRP accelerates the healing process by stimulating collagen synthesis, vascularization and tissue repair.
This technique uses the regenerative and healing properties of blood platelets. They have the ability to locally release growth factors, molecules which act as real messengers to activate the activation of the skin's regeneration mechanisms. Plasma contains factors essential to cell survival such as nutrients, vitamins, hormones, minerals and proteins.
Thus, the PRP is indicated for patients wishing to rejuvenate and read the skin with a progressive increase in the thickness and vitality of the skin.
When injected more deeply, PRP also has a slightly volumizing and restructuring action.