PRP - Platelet Rich Plasma
PRP - Platelet Rich Plasma
PRP Platelet rich plasma. Fibrin Matrix PRFM
Lorei Medical Spa now offers the Vampire Facelift at Weston.
Using a centrifuge and a special kit designed for cosmetic use, we are able to divide the components of the blood to use only the platelets, stem cells, grow factors and fibrin to form a thickened concentrate to be used in facial restructuring and rejuvenation.
The Selphyl and the Regenlabs systems are the new approach to anti-aging treatment that allow us to prepare a Platelet-rich Fibrin Matrix to use as a dermal filler and cell regeneration using blood collected from the patient during the treatment.
The perfect combination of fillers with platelets, stem cells and grow factors will give your skin that glow, texture, tone and young look you always wanted and needed to look younger and fresh.
Experienced professional staff
Dr. Herrera and Dr. Nader, with more than 15 years of experience with plasma separation and anti-aging procedures, will make sure the procedure is safe, comfortable and have the results you expect.
PRP last a long period of time
Platelet-rich plasma is similar to fillers because it can be injected to sculpt the face.
But, here’s the best part: not only does the PRP cause an increase in the volume, PRP contains at least 8 growth factors that will over a long period of time, continually work like a rejuvenating agent.
By activating these growth factors, all 3 parts of the aging process improve
1. The skin color becomes a “younger” color because of new
blood vessel formation.
2. New collagen formations in the dermis lifts the face back to a
more youthful shape.
3. Because the growth factors are working to build a new
dermis, the epidermis (the outer most layers of your skin)
Within a matter of minutes, we can create autologous, which means from you to you, PRP and activate your stem cells for the Vampire FaceLift® Procedure™.
we draw a similar amount of blood required for a basic lab test.
We place the blood into a centrifuge and spin the blood at a very rapid rate to separate the platelets from the other components of the blood.
The platelets are activated by using one of two methods that are natural to your body. This activation of platelets is the final step in producing your very own platelet-rich plasma.
The best way to visualize PRP is to remember the yellow “goo” that surrounded the scab you had when you fell on your knee as a child. The thickening of the serum to form that yellow material holds specific growth factors in place that call stem cells to the area and activates them to create new skin.