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 infecting the customer, and has no sex or age limitations. Plasmolifting has relatively few contradictions. Moreover, it can be harmoniously combined with any other method of treatment.
Contraindications for plasmolifting
Plasmolifting is an active process of treatment, but at the same time it is mild and harmless, the application of which is strongly effective. It improves the condition of the skin and decreases the pore size. The skin becomes elastic, shiny and full of energy. For achieving the best results it is recommended to make medical interventions once a week. Course duration is 4-6 weeks.
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 a high plasticity and modeling properties. Thank to specialties of processing it is possible to obtain gel of any density and volume that allows to model rather large segments.
Like any procedure, plasmolifting has a number of contraindications