Skin Rejuvenation (Mesotherapy/PRP)

Mesotherapy

What is it about?

Pioneered in the 1950s by a French physician, Dr. Michel Pistor, Mesotherapy is the painless micro-injections of vitamins, minerals and amino acids just under the surface of the skin. Aging, sagging and wrinkling of skin occurs from the loss of skin elasticity and excessive free radical damage. These effects may be combatted by regular mesotherapy sessions.

Is the treatment right for you?

Almost anyone is a candidate for mesotherapy. The treatment imparts an immediate glow to the skin and is ideal, prior to a special event. However regular sessions can have obvious anti-aging effects.

How does it work?

Different Mesotherapy cocktails with antioxidant, amino acids, nucleic acids and minerals are used to rejuvenate the face, neck and eyelids by enhancing the production of collagen and elastin. The skin rejuvenating action of mesotherapy is due to both the infusion of active substances and the micro trauma produced by the needles.

The recommended treatment programme consists of six weekly sessions followed by two fortnightly treatments and monthly sessions thereafter, for maintenance.

PRP Injections in Aesthetic Medicine

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) has been utilized in aesthetic medicine (UK, Japan, and Asia, Europe) to rejuvenate and slow down the aging process and face.

PRP is an aesthetic treatment that uses the healing potential of the patient’s own blood to bio-stimulate skin cells.

What is Plasma and how is it used?

RegenPlasma is an Platelet Rich Plasma(PRP), a concentrate of platelets in a small amount of autologous plasma, obtained from the patient’s own blood.

RegenPlasma contains fundamental growth factors released by activated platelets to initiate the tissue regeneration process.

Blood is collected from the patient in special tubes and is centrifuged 5-10 mins. A patented gel within the tubes isolates Plasma from red blood cells.

RegenPlasma is then ready for its application, either alone or mixed an activating component. Depending on the indication, it can be administrated as:

  • classic mesotherapy
  • intradermal injections for volumetric corrections and bio-stimulation of skin cells

Mechanism of action

Direct injection of Regenplasma into the dermis supports and accelerates the process of tissue regeneration and reconstruction.

Regenplasma activates the tissue regeneration process by:

  • stimulation of new collagen production
  • induction of messnchymal stem cell division and differentiation
  • stimulation of angiogenesis, the formation of new blood vessels

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