Plasmolifting

Plasmolifting is the process of activating the secret resources of one's organism for its recovery by autologous transfusion of blood plasma. It is one of the safest ways of transfusion performed by specialists. One’s own blood cannot cause allergy, rules out side-effects, probability of infection, and has no sex or age limitations. Plasmolifting has relatively few contradictions. Moreover, it can be harmoniously combined with any other method of treatment.

Indications

  • prevention of premature aging
  • rehabilitation therapy (after sunburns, intensive cosmetological procedures, plastic surgery)
  • stress effects on skin (living in big cities, chronic stress, harmful habits, night life, taking some specific types of medicine, immune deficiency)
  • loose skin due to dieting, fasting, rapid weight loss

Contraindications for plasmolifting

  • chronic diseases of internal organs
  • diseases of the immune system
  • severe forms of diabetes
  • defects in blood coagulation and usage of anticoagulants
  • flare up of chronic diseases
  • infectious diseases at any stage
  • mental illnesses
  • pregnancy and breastfeeding
  • inflammation on the skin subject to treatment

Plasmolifting is an active yet mild and harmless procedure with great effects. It improves the condition of the skin and decreases pore size. The skin recovers its elasticity and has a healthy glow.

For the best results, it is recommended to get the procedure done once a week. Course duration is 4-6 weeks.

Plasma Gel

Plasma Gel is a gel produced from one’s own plasma used as filler. The plasma is processed in a thermal apparatus that ensures the production of “fibrin sealant”. This preparation is rich in amino acids and proteins.

Thank to modern technologies, specialists are able to turn blood plasma into gel without adding any extra ingredients. Plasma-gel has high plasticity and modeling properties. It it is possible to obtain gel of any density and volume that allows to remodel rather large areas.

Indications

  • epicanthal folds
  • nasolabial folds
  • lip augmentation and correction
  • chin correction
  • change of facial contours and correction of facial asymmetry
  • reduction of deep wrinkles on neck and chest

Like any procedure, plasmolifting has a number of contraindications

  • diabetes
  • pregnancy and breastfeeding
  • defects in blood coagulation
  • rash on the parts where the preparation is to be injected