Skin Wrinkling and PRP Technique – An Overview

Skin Wrinkling and PRP Technique – An Overview

Skin cells are the best indicators that you are aging. You will notice some fine lines, wrinkles, pigmentation, and dark spots around your face and it is an indication that it is time for you to start caring for your skin. Many choose the best treatment procedures to get rid of such signs of aging and one such procedure is plasmolifting.

The Plasmolifting technique is a minimally invasive procedure and will include injecting the PRP that is extracted from the patient’s body to the area of treatment. The PRP that is used here will be extracted in the high quality PRP tubes available on the official webpage of Dr. RenatAkhmenrov’sPlasmolifting Technologies. You can visit their webpage to know more.

Intrinsic aging process

This is the process where the skin will start to display some changes in many forms, as the effect of aging. This can also be because of some other factors such as hereditary issues, external factors, and so on. However, you should understand that not all skin types are the same and their effects of aging also vary from one another.

  • When the person reaches 20 years, their skin will start producing 1% less collagen than before, annually. The deduction of this 1% collagen production will start making the skin brittle and inelastic. The constant usage of such brittle and thicker skin will result in the appearance of wrinkles.
  • When the age reaches 30, the transferring of the moisture content from the dermis to the epidermis will reduce. This will make the fat cells shrink in their size. As a result, the skin layer becomes dull. Studies have even explained that there will be less production of sebum oil in the skin after 30.
  • When it is 40 years, collagen production completely stops. As a result, the fibers that are present in the epidermal layer will become stiff and start breaking. The turnover of the skin cells slows down and finally, the regeneration process also slows down.
  • At the age of 50, the fat cells that will be accumulated in the subcutaneous region will start to disappear. This will make the skin layer thinner, and also saggy, because of the loss of some contents.

PRP and skin rejuvenation

Platelets are the basic requirement for the healthy production of new cells in the body. PRP is the platelet-rich plasma and it is used as the treatment option for restoring the lost collagen and also the tissue regeneration in any body part.

With the production of collagen in the skin cells, the suppleness and elasticity of the epidermal layer will get back to their former self. This will reduce the wrinkles and crow’s feet that are formed in the skin, and will strengthen the bond between loose cells in the layer.

The effect of PRP will stay for not more than 6 to 18 months based on the effects of the treatment. Hence, it is suggested to book an appointment with your dermatologist whenever you feel like your skin has started to become saggy or has lost its suppleness.