Because of our ignorance, our muscles weaken, we develop wrinkles, and our appearance begins to age. The skin beneath the surface is not properly cared for, and we are unconcerned about it. However, many dead cells do not regenerate and thus blur the glow of our skin. A method for reviving dying cells and promoting the growth of new cells has been discovered.
What is PLR?
Platelet-rich plasma is a derivative extracted from our blood cells; blood is drawn and then centrifuged to separate the blood from the plasma and platelets. These concentrated platelets are then injected back into the body.
What are the advantages of PLR?
This technique is frequently used to regenerate dead cells and stimulate a specific stem cell. The following are its healing properties:
- It prevents wrinkles and thus reduces the appearance of facial lines.
- It also helps to tone the skin and makes it tight.
- The collagen level in the area is monitored, as well as the loss of volume.
- It aids in the treatment of crow’s feet and dark circle patches.
- Acne scarring can be reduced by blurring the scars.
How PLR helps to heal your skin?
When we extract platelets from our blood, the concentrated platelets function three to five times better than the diluted platelets. It generates growth and active proteins, which repair damaged cells. However, to see visible results, you must go through a cycle, not just once. In addition, it has been used in medical research to treat damaged joints and ligaments, as well as to heal diabetic ulcers. When you are injected, fibroblasts, or collagen-producing cells, begin to grow, kicking off the healing process.
What if the blood rejects the PLR?
It most emphatically would not because it is derived from your blood cells. Aside from the fact that the diluted solution has been concentrated, everything else remains the same. So don’t be concerned; instead, consult an expert and go over your options.
PLR injections may be the ultimate key to regaining your hidden glow. During the procedure, anesthesia is used. There have been no reports of side effects; it is a soothing process, and the anesthesia effect does not last long.