Reverse Signs of Aging with PRP Therapy
by Vivian Tyler - Lifestyle Blogger
Each morning, as you dress for work, have you been noticing more signs of aging? If the fine lines and wrinkles are starting to bother you, chances are that you’ve been taking a closer look at the anti-aging creams and lotions in magazines and stores.
Global Trends Now Favor Natural Age Reversal Options
Before you start to explore the various options available out there, take a look at some interesting observations made by the PRNewswire. The agency reports that consumers all over the world are increasingly opting for healthier and environment-friendly cosmetics and products. Given that younger people are developing signs of aging, the trend is sharply focused on products that have organic and active ingredients including amino acids, enzymes, and plant extracts. It will also interest you to know that researchers are coming up with newer techniques for age reversal that are not likely to have adverse effects.
PRP Therapy - One of the Safest Age Reversal Techniques
You’ve probably heard a lot of hype about how Kim Kardashian has been swearing by her “Vampire Facelifts.” Or, how fabulous Angelina Jolie and Bar Refaeli look after getting this new therapy. You might have even admired Rupert Everett’s youthful skin. The secret to their amazing looks is Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) treatments that have proved to erase signs of aging along with various other skin flaws.
What makes this modality entirely safe is that it uses a unique serum that dermatologists extract from your blood.
PRP facial rejuvenation works on the premise that your body is perfectly equipped with all the necessary elements needed to repair it. You don’t need artificial or chemical creams or even, plant extracts. Just a 10 ml to 20 ml sample of your blood is sufficient to create a 5 ml serum that has the potential to transform your looks.
Creating the PRP Serum is a Simple Process
When you come in for a PRP therapy session, doctors begin by harvesting a small sample of your blood. This sample is placed in a centrifugal device after adding FDA-approved anti-clotting agents. By spinning the blood, doctors can separate the red blood cells and extract a healing serum. This serum contains a concentration of platelets, growth factors, mesenchymal stem cells, cytokines, and all the other elements that the body uses to heal soft and hard tissues.
Next, dermatologists carefully place the serum at depths of 1 mm to 1.5 mm in the problem areas. Like, for instance, fine lines and wrinkles, crow’s feet, between the brows, parentheses on the corners of your mouth, and the nasolabial folds.
PRP Therapy Works Gradually Since it Stimulates Healing
The effects of PRP therapy last for 12 months or more depending on the healing capabilities of your body.
PRP targets the layer of collagen and elastin under the skin and repairs it. As the layer rejuvenates, it creates more cells that plump up the skin above and erase the signs of aging. Since the healing is a gradual process, you’ll likely start to see positive results at around 4 to 6 weeks after the session. If needed, your dermatologist may ask you to come in for 1 or 2 follow-up sessions scheduled at intervals of 4 weeks.
PRP Therapy Can Help You with Various Signs of Aging
As Medicine Net warns, your skin is prone to damage from more than just aging. Environmental pollutants, sun exposure, chemicals in the air and food, smoking, and an unhealthy lifestyle are only some of the causes of skin aging. You may also notice age spots, pigmentation, dark circles, and other flaws. PRP therapy has the potential to reverse all these effects. That’s because it creates new blood vessels under the skin that nourish it with fresh oxygen and nutrients. The result? Younger looking skin that glows with health.
Science has Proved that PRP Works
Are you wondering if PRP therapy actually works or is just a passing celebrity fad?
Well, science has proved that the treatments really work. Results of studies conducted by the National Center of Biotechnical Information clearly show that PRP can improve the integrity of the collagen in the skin and remove signs of aging.
The organization also talks about how PRP can be used by itself or in combination with other techniques for more effective results. For instance, using PRP with micro needling like in Kim Kardashian’s facials. Dermatologists have also been experimenting with adding Hyaluronic acid (HA) to PRP therapy. Incidentally, HA is yet another natural compound that your body produces to keep tissues lubricated.
Anyone Can Safely Get PRP Therapy
Any person can safely get PRP therapy since it has a very low possibility of causing side effects. Given that the serum is created from your own tissues, there is a rare chance of allergic reactions. Further, doctors perform the procedure maintaining entirely sterile conditions.
If you have been looking for a safe, anti-aging solution that repairs and heals without causing other health issues, consider opting for PRP. Over the next few weeks, you’ll watch the signs of aging gradually vanishing as your skin regains its smooth, flawless appearance. Try it!
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