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Medical Aesthetices  >  PRP (Plasma Rich Platelets) + PRF Treatments  >  PRF Facial Rejuvenation

  • PRF Facial Rejuvenation

  • What is PRF?

    Platelet therapy is increasingly being used in aesthetic procedures. PRF (Platelet-Rich Fibrin) is a component of the blood that is rich in fibrin, fibrinogen, and a small number of stem cells. Blood platelets typically travel through the body and bind to a fibrin matrix. Platelets activate when they attach to the fibrin scaffold, releasing growth factors from microscopic ‘granules.’ These growth factors kick off the production of new skin cells, collagen, and blood vessels, which are essential to the wound healing process. PRF injections can be used in conjunction with microneedling to rejuvenate the skin and even encourage hair growth.

    Platelet-rich fibrin, or PRF, is a cell concentrate that may be utilized as a natural substitute for synthetic solutions. PRF is usually compared to Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), although PRF is unique due to its slow short centrifugation and lack of anti-coagulant or synthetic components. The PRF treatment promotes rejuvenation by extending the growth factors’ active periods. If you’re seeking an organic alternative to PRP for treating the early symptoms of aging, this is it.

    PRF Facial Rejuvenation

    During microneedling, our practitioner will rub your own PRF into the tiny punctures the device made in your skin. PRF helps rejuvenate the skin by promoting the body’s natural wound healing process and collagen formation, which leads to fewer wrinkles, a clearer complexion, and possibly less pigmentation in brown spots. The best part about PRF is that, depending on your specific issues, most individuals are suitable candidates for treatment. PRF boosts collagen formation, wound healing, and skin suppleness. PRF, like PRP, is extracted from your own blood.

    How is PRF different from PRP?

    PRF is completely natural and does not need any artificial components like platelet concentrates or anticoagulants, unlike PRP. When compared to platelet-rich plasma, the platelet concentration obtained by PRF extraction is ten times higher. PRF’s fibrin component also serves as a scaffold, allowing for the sustained release of beneficial growth factors and stem cells.

    What can PRF Treat?

    • Fine wrinkles
    • Deep tear troughs
    • Fine wrinkles
    • Brown Spots
    • Skin texture & radiance
    • Hair restoration

    PRF Procedure Steps

    Platelet-rich fibrin skin rejuvenation is as straightforward as 1, 2, and 3 to do.

    1-Extraction of Blood

    One vial of blood is drawn from the patient to fill a small tube.

    2- Centrifuge

    Blood is spun in a centrifuge to separate plasma from red blood cells.

    3- Collect Concentrate & Start Treatment

    The PRF is drawn into the syringe from the top of the vial after centrifugation and used immediately either on skin or hair.


    PRF stimulates the skin’s production of elastin, resulting in a youthful look and smoother skin. Furthermore, when combined with microneedling, PRF face injections are an effective treatment for acne scars.

    PRF is safe for anyone wishing to restore a more youthful appearance to the skin on their face and neck. Hair loss sufferers can also find relief with PRF injections since they are also used to promote hair growth.

    It may take three to four months to see long-term improvements including skin tightening, collagen formation, and enhanced skin quality, and they may last for six to twelve months.

    It’s amazing that you only need two to five sessions for the complete treatment, and the procedure itself only takes approximately 45 minutes. When the treatment is completed, your skin will be noticeably better in quality and texture, have more volume, and have fewer dark circles for several months

    After washing your face, you’ll use the serum and/or moisturizer that was recommended. Use the same serum or moisturizer twice a day for three to five days. Don’t go out in the sun or use sunscreen until the next day, and try to stay out of the sun as much as possible for the next 3–5 days.

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