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Xenoderm PRP 10ml 10-tube Kit

The Xenoderm kit with 10 PRP tubes of 10ml is specially developed for medical applications requiring the use of platelet-rich plasma (PRP). Each...

Complete PRP Kit

Este kit incluye 2 tubos estériles de un solo uso al vacío con anticoagulante, con o sin gel separador. Encontrarás en su caja, 2 jeringas y 3...

Medifuge CGF PRP Centrifuge

This CE certified medical device IIb professional centrifuge is designed for a wide range of applications, in particular platelet concentrate,...

Hettich EBA200 Centrifuge

The EBA 200 is a high performance centrifuge designed for different types of PRP samples. Manufactured in Germany, this centrifuge holds...

kit Microlyzer SVF

The SVF Microlyzer kit provides real isolation of SVF cells as well as real regenerative therapy. This includes several boxes. First of all, a...

What is PRP?

PRP stands for Platelet Rich Plasma, which is a regenerative therapy that aims to relieve pain, accelerate wound healing, and address a significant aesthetic demand.

Indeed, PRP injections are based on using the patient's own blood to produce platelet-rich plasma. The treatment utilizes the patient's blood cells to accelerate healing in specific areas.

Analyse au microscope du PRP

Discovery and history of PRP

The PRP technology is not a new technique, in fact, it has been around since the 1960s.
However, it was not widely used in clinics at the time due to the complexity of the equipment and the need for sophisticated laboratories to produce these platelets, including the requirement for a CE certified centrifuge.

It was only in 2003 that Drs. Kubota and Otto in London developed a new autologous cell extraction process based on the basic technology of PRP production and application, which overcame its initial shortcomings.
The technology has now been clinically validated by the FDA in the United States, the European CE marking, and numerous other medical trials.

How does regenerative therapy work?

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is composed of two elements:

  • The plasma: the liquid part of the blood.
  • The platelets: a type of blood cell that plays an important role in the body's healing process.

Platelets are known for their ability to clot, but they also contain growth factors that trigger cell multiplication and stimulate tissue regeneration and healing in the treated area.

In simple terms, PRP is the equivalent of various growth factors present in our own blood. The necessary platelet-derived growth factors and fibrin are extracted from the blood to be injected, with the aim of stimulating the autologous repair and regeneration function of the injected area, which in turn has a regenerative and reparative effect. This is how PRP works.

In PRP applications, the person's blood is taken in a test tube. It then undergoes a special process in the laboratory or clinic, which involves separating the cells by centrifugation and then injecting them into the treatment area using a very fine needle.

More specifically, platelets in our body are responsible for blood clotting. When they are activated in the body, they secrete bioactive healing proteins that promote growth.

When an injury occurs on the body, platelets begin to perform their coagulation function to protect the organism and stop bleeding in a short amount of time.
At the moment of their activation, platelets release a number of growth factors that promote the regeneration and repair of our own tissues.

These proteins also allow for rapid healing and regeneration of bones, cartilage, tendons, ligaments, and nervous tissues. PRP triggers the production and activation of collagen in facial application, which allows for a healthy and dynamic appearance of the skin.

To produce platelet-rich plasma, clinicians take a blood sample from a patient and place it in a centrifuge, thus separating the other components of the blood from the platelets and concentrating them in the plasma.

There is no risk of infection with PRP, provided that the procedure is carried out in hospital conditions or in a professional office, with single-use and CE certified equipment.

The treatment is usually done at 2-week intervals.
The continuity of the results is ensured by carrying out a control session every 4 to 6 months.

Note: It is important to note that there is no age limit for the application of PRP, as there is no risk of allergy for the patient.

Regain your youthfulness with regenerative therapy!

Injecting PRP into damaged tissue will encourage your body to develop new healthy cells and promote healing.

Studies have shown that human body tissues heal faster with the more powerful tissue growth factors contained in the injections.

Injection de PRP dans le genoux

PRP for muscles

This regenerative therapy is also used in areas such as tendons and ligaments.

The main function of platelets in the body is to ensure blood coagulation, thanks in particular to their growth factors, but also to a large number of specific substances that have therapeutic and protective effects.

Platelet-rich plasma acts as a drug due to its strong healing effect in the body. It stimulates tendons and cartilaginous structures by accelerating the healing of these areas.
In the long term, it prevents potential tendon tears and effectively acts on the body's repair mechanisms.

The healing properties that PRP enjoys are used in the treatment of tendon rheumatism, shoulder impingement syndrome, and impaction syndrome.

The amount of PRP used may vary depending on the area being treated, with 2-3 ml usually used to treat joints.

Treatment of hair loss with PRP

This treatment uses the autologous PRP technique, which utilizes the healing ability of your own body to stimulate the recovery of your hair follicles.

Blood is taken from the patient and placed into a centrifuge, which separates the platelets from its components through a microfiltration process. This process takes about 15 minutes to obtain plasma rich in platelets and platelet-derived cells.

Once the blood is broken down, the plasma is extracted and prepared for injection into the affected area.

This process results in giving your hair a chance to regrow, providing thicker and more voluminous hair. The use of platelets from your own blood creates a natural and allergy-free treatment.

As PRP is applied, the hair tissue is nourished, and starts to develop. Worn-out hair follicles are repaired and become healthy again.

Serringue PRP sur les cheveux
cuir chevelu avant apres le PPR

This technique proves to be a non-surgical alternative to combat hair loss, rejuvenate the hair, and restore the patient's confidence. It stimulates the growth of hair follicles, which can reverse hair thinning, a common symptom of baldness.
This method also thickens and strengthens hair and is a successful application for treating the scalp, promoting growth, and protecting hair follicles against alopecia.

This regenerative therapy, which is becoming increasingly popular in the beauty and cosmetics industry, is a natural alternative to other treatments.

The treatment of hair loss is divided into three phases:

  • The treatment (usually 3 or 4 depending on the patient)
  • 4 to 6 weeks of rest
  • Regular follow-up

PRP for Anti-Aging

Injections for facial rejuvenation using autologous PRP serum.

Facial rejuvenation, also known as the "vampire facial," is an advanced skin treatment that harnesses the natural healing power of your body.

It is called the "vampire facial" because it involves taking a blood sample, which is composed of four main elements:

  • Red blood cells
  • White blood cells
  • Plasma
  • Platelets

To achieve the necessary level of platelet concentration in the plasma, the four components of the blood are separated by density.

Benefits of facial rejuvenation treatment

  • Promotes collagen regeneration
  • Reduces wrinkles and fine lines
  • Firmer skin
  • Improved skin hydration
  • Smoother skin tone and texture
  • Non-invasive, painless, and quick treatment
  • Long-lasting results
  • No preparation and no downtime needed

Cosmetic Benefits of PRP

In parallel with the arrival of studies on this subject, this type of treatment has been increasingly used in cosmetics, from orthopedics to ophthalmology, regenerative medicine, and plastic surgery.

Here are the 3 main benefits of PRP applications in cosmetics:

Filling and removal of wrinkles

PRP can be used in combination with hyaluronic acid to solve wrinkle problems. Examples of applications include the forehead, temples, cheeks, tear troughs, nasolabial folds, marionette lines, and more.

As PRP provides strong regeneration capacity, the use of this method ensures long-lasting benefits, unlike hyaluronic acid injection alone which requires very regular maintenance.Injections can be made directly to the face to naturally eliminate wrinkles.

Improving skin texture

PRP has a powerful reparative function, which not only promotes wound healing, but also helps improve skin texture.

It has a good inhibitory effect on oily, rough, and dull skin as well as pigmentation, fine lines, and other skin problems.

Post-laser recovery and reduction of skin sensitivity

Complications such as redness, heat, and itching may appear on the face after laser treatment, and discoloration can also occur if the treatment is not properly maintained afterwards.

PRP can be applied after laser surgery to help repair these kinds of discomforts. Platelets can quickly stimulate tissue regeneration, which can increase epidermal thickness and reduce the development of these complications.

What are the goals of these injections?

Regarding the scalp, the goal of this treatment is to promote hair growth and prevent hair loss. Thanks to the growth hormones and proteins it contains, it ensures the regeneration of cells in the targeted area.

The injections are effective in treating baldness (androgenetic alopecia).
It is also used as a mask in mesotherapy applications, as it helps to heal tissues and nourish hair follicles.

PRP injections can also be applied to treat tendon injuries.
They can be used to treat Achilles tendon wounds, chronic pain in tendons, and knee injuries.

Acute injuries are also an area where the process is applied.
Hamstring strains and knee sprains can be quickly resolved with this regenerative therapy.

Platelet-rich plasma is also used in dermatology, particularly due to its healing action, it is particularly employed for the treatment of wrinkles, acne, blemishes, and scars on the skin.

Preparation phase before PRP injections.

There are several ways to prepare for PRP injections.

If it is to be applied to a person's scalp, an anesthetic cream should first be applied to the area, and then wait about 25 to 30 minutes for the anesthetic effect to take effect.

A local anesthetic solution is mixed with the PRP and injected into the area outside the scalp. You will not feel any pain during the procedure.

femme et esthétique au Plasma riche en plaquete

Precautions to be taken before PRP treatment:

  • Do not smoke before the procedure.
  • Treat any skin diseases before the treatment.
  • Avoid sun exposure.

Precautions to be taken after PRP treatment:

  • Do not expose the skin to the sun.
  • Do not expose the treated area to water for 24 hours after treatment.
  • Avoid eating spicy food for one week after treatment.
  • No alcohol consumption.
  • No sauna.
  • No aspirin-based medication for one week.
  • No laser treatment for one month.
  • Do not forget to hydrate the skin properly.
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