RegenPlasma available to our clients in the Peterborough, Lindsay, Cobourg, Oshawa and Belleville region.
What Is RegenPlasma?
RegenPlasma is a regenerative technique in which a person's own blood is used to restore and repair their skin. This anti-aging treatment smooths and plumps up fine lines and crepey skin on the face and body. The treatment is sometimes referred to as the Vampire facelift procedure.
Which areas can ReGenPlasma treated?
Because ReGenPlasma uses substances from your own body, any area of the body can be treated. It can be effective in sensitive areas which may not respond well to other treatments. Some examples:
- Crepey skin under the eyes
- Crow’s feet
- Forehead and frown lines
- Upper lip lines
- Fine lines on the face, neck, chest and hands
- Indentations in the skin
How does RegenPlasma work?
The plasma in your blood contains a high concentration of growth factors. With RegenPlasma, a small amount of your blood is drawn and then the blood is spun in a centrifuge to separate out the Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP). The plasma is then injected back into your skin. This stimulates collagen and cell production. And because the technique uses a natural substance from your own body, risks of allergic reaction or rejection are eliminated. This technique is used broadly by physicians for various types of treatments, for example, treating wounds and healing sports injuries.
RegenPlasma Treatment Process
We apply a numbing cream to to the area to be treated to ensure your comfort. Next, a small amount of blood is drawn. The blood is processed. The plasma is injected just below the surface of the skin, in the target areas. The procedure takes about 30 minutes.
Aftercare for RegenPlasma
You may experience the following: mild irritation, swelling, bruising, edema, itching, discoloration or tenderness. These are temporary conditions and typically resolve within two days.
Number of RegenPlasma Treatments
It is common to have 2 to 3 treatments, with 6 weeks between injections. Results may last up to 18 months.