Cellenis® Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP): Elevating Your Skin and Hair
Discover the transformative power of Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), a dynamic solution enriched with a high concentration of platelets, scientifically known as thrombocytes. This innovative therapy, also known as Cellenis® PRP, holds the key to regenerating and revitalizing damaged tissue.
How Does Cellenis® PRP Work?
Undergoing Cellenis® PRP treatment is as simple as a routine blood test. A small blood sample is drawn from your arm and processed through centrifugation. Within 10 minutes, the PRP is separated from the whole blood and ready for application. Once applied, growth factors and regenerative molecules are released, stimulating collagen and elastin formation, cellular growth, and skin remodeling. This process can lead to visible improvements, including skin rejuvenation and a reduction in wrinkles and scars.
Benefits of Cellenis® PRP:
Experience a range of benefits from Cellenis® PRP, including:
- Improved skin texture and tone
- Refinement of wrinkles
- Reduction of scars, such as acne or stretch marks
- Promotion of hair growth when injected into the scalp
Visible results may vary between individuals and can be influenced by factors such as general health, age, diet, smoking, and skin type.
How Many Treatments are Required?
Individual treatment plans vary, but Cellenis® PRP is often administered in a series of three sessions, spaced 3-6 weeks apart. Maintenance treatments every 6-12 months are recommended for optimal, long-lasting results. Your healthcare professional can guide you in tailoring a plan to suit your unique needs.
PRP vs. Dermal Fillers: What Sets Them Apart?
While dermal fillers are foreign materials designed to add volume and fill lines in specific areas, Cellenis® PRP goes beyond by improving skin complexion, treating dermatological conditions like acne scarring, and reducing the appearance of wrinkles.
Combining PRP with Other Treatments:
Clinical evidence supports the synergistic benefits of combining PRP with other rejuvenation techniques such as fillers, mesotherapy, and laser treatments. This approach enhances the overall effectiveness of the treatments.
Side Effects of PRP:
PRP treatment is generally well-tolerated, with common side effects including local irritation, redness, and mild to moderate swelling. If you have any questions or concerns, consult your healthcare professional.
Embark on a journey to radiant skin with Cellenis® PRP, where science and beauty converge to unlock your skin's true potential.
- Cellenis® PRP exceeds regulatory standards, holding CE Class IIb certification.
- Manufacturing adheres to international standards for Quality Control Testing, Biocompatibility, Sterility, Shelf Life Tests, and Environmental Control.
Embark on a journey to radiant skin with Cellenis® PRP—where science meets beauty.