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FACE PRP (vampire lift)

The injection of PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) on the face causes skin rejuvenation and a radiant effect on the face. It causes skin revitalization and allows the treatment of wrinkles and loss of laxity of the skin. It is also known as the vampire lift.

What is the principle of PRP?

In the blood, we have three types of cells: red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets that are bathed in plasma.

Platelet Rich Plasma is a concentrate of platelets in a small volume of plasma.

This platelet concentrate releases a multitude of growth factors during injection which have multiple roles: the creation of new blood vessels, cell division, tissue regeneration, regeneration of new fibroblasts and therefore the creation of collagen.

How does a PRP session work?

The doctor takes a blood test and then places it in a centrifuge so as to isolate the platelets from the 2 other constituents of the blood (red cells and white cells).

It then collects the plasma enriched in platelets, and reinjects it into the skin in the form of multiple micro-injections using the finest needles available.

The total duration of the act and the accompanying consultation is 40 minutes.

These injections can be accompanied by minimal pain.

What are the side effects of PRP?

PRP is a product from your own body. It is therefore 100% biocompatible and does not involve any risk of allergy or rejection.

As with all injections, small rashes or infections are always possible but are rare.

The PRP injection is not very visible and we can work again immediately after the session.


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