PRP vs. Stem Cell Therapy for Facial Rejuvenation​

PRP vs. Stem Cell Therapy for Facial Rejuvenation​

Aging can cause wear and tear on our bodies, especially the face. Sun and wind exposure, the effects of gravity, and a loss of collagen can all combine to make you look older. Our scientists have developed proprietary technologies to help you repair and maintain the cellular health of your skin with over a decade of expertise in cell therapy.

In the cosmetic world, we are hearing a lot of buzz around Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) and stem cell therapy. Both therapies have been used for years to treat sports injuries and pain issues and are powerful tools in regenerative medicine.

Stem cells contain an abundance of mesenchymal stem cells that have the capacity to develop into cellular differentiation. Stem cells is the gold standard in regenerative medicine. They have anti-aging property by inhibiting melanin production. Stem cells have greater proliferative and differentiation compared to other types of regenerative products.

PRP is a blood plasma-based protein solution packed with a concentration of platelets and white blood cells. These blood cells fight against infection and can encourage the production of collagen. PRP can be used for reducing pain and swelling such as osteoarthritis and tendonitis as well as wound healing in sport health. PRP has become a highly sought-after non-surgical procedure for facial and skin rejuvenation.

Stem cell aesthetics is a revolutionary new therapy that can potentially help regenerate damaged skin. Stem cells have potency which is the ability to differentiate. Research into the safety of using adult stem cells for these purposes has so far been very positive.

Stem cell therapy can result in scar size reduction and provide better color quality. The aesthetic treatment involves the injection of stem cells into the skin, or applied to the skin after laser or micro needling procedures. Induced collagen and metalloproteinase production reduce wrinkles for an enhanced appearance.


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