Cosmetic prf

(Platelet-Rich Fibrin)


What is PRF?

PRF, or Platelet-Rich Fibrin, is a natural and safe technique used in medical aesthetics to stimulate collagen production and rejuvenate the skin. PRF is derived from a patient’s own blood, which is processed in a centrifuge to concentrate the platelets and fibrin. The resulting mixture is then injected or applied topically to the targeted area.

What is Fibrin?

Fibrin is a protein that plays a critical role in blood clotting. When a blood vessel is injured, a series of chemical reactions occur that lead to the formation of a clot to stop the bleeding. Fibrinogen, another protein in the blood, is converted to fibrin by an enzyme called thrombin. The fibrin molecules then weave together to form a mesh-like structure that helps trap blood cells and platelets, forming a clot. Over time, the clot will dissolve as the wound heals. Fibrin also plays a role in wound healing beyond blood clotting, as it can help to promote tissue repair and regeneration.

What can PRF be used to treat?

  • Wrinkles and fine lines
  • Skin texture and tone
  • Acne scars
  • Dark circles and puffiness
  • Sun damage
  • Lip augmentation
  • Lip color and texture


    • Faster healing: PRF contains a high concentration of platelets, growth factors, and cytokines, which promote tissue regeneration and accelerate the healing process. This can lead to faster recovery times after surgery or injury.
    • Reduced risk of infection: Because PRF is derived from a patient’s own blood, there is a reduced risk of infection or adverse reaction compared to other types of treatments that involve foreign materials.
    • Improved tissue regeneration: PRF contains a high concentration of growth factors and cytokines, which stimulate the body’s natural healing response and promote the regeneration of healthy tissue.
    • Versatile treatment options: PRF can be used in a variety of medical and dental applications, including bone grafting, wound healing, and periodontal therapy.
    • Natural treatment option: PRF is a natural treatment option that utilizes the patient’s own blood to promote healing, reducing the need for synthetic or foreign materials.


    What areas can PRF be used to treat?

    At Project Rise Up we administer PRF on the lips, under-eye area and nasolabial folds (the side of your nose).

    Is PRF suitable for everyone?

    Platelet-rich fibrin (PRF) is generally considered safe for most patients, as it is derived from the patient’s own blood and does not involve the use of foreign materials. However, as with any medical procedure or treatment, there may be some potential risks and contraindications that need to be considered.

    Some individuals may not be good candidates for PRF, such as those with blood disorders or certain medical conditions that affect the clotting ability of their blood. Patients who are taking certain medications, such as blood thinners, may also need to temporarily discontinue their use before undergoing PRF treatment.

    In order to minimize the risk of complications or adverse effects, it is important to discuss any potential risks and concerns with your provider before undergoing PRF treatment.

    How long does the treatment take?

    The length of a platelet-rich fibrin (PRF) treatment can vary depending on the specific application and the amount of blood that needs to be processed. However, in general, a PRF treatment can take anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour.

    How is PRF administered?

    There are a few different ways to apply PRF which include:

    • Microneedling: PRF provides great results when used in conjenction with Microneedling treatments. PRF is applied topically to the skin during a microneedling session to enhance collagen production and promote skin rejuvenation.
    • Injection: PRF can be injected directly into the face using a small needle. This technique is often used to treat fine lines and wrinkles, as well as to restore volume to the face.
    • Topical application: PRF can also be applied topically to the skin as a mask or serum, to promote skin healing and rejuvenation.

      Overall, the specific method of PRF administration depends on the patient’s needs and treatment goals, and will be discussed at your consultation.
    Is the treatment painful?

    .The pain associated with PRF treatments is generally minimal, as the procedure involves using a small needle to draw blood from the patient and to inject the PRF concentrate into the treatment site. Most patients report feeling only mild discomfort during the PRF procedure.

    To help minimize any discomfort during treatment, a topical anesthetic may be used to numb the treatment area.

    Overall, while PRF treatments may cause some discomfort, it is generally well-tolerated by most patients and the benefits often outweigh any temporary discomfort.

    How many treatments will I need?

    This can depend on a  number of factors, such as the patient’s specific condition, treatment goals, and response to previous treatments.

     Some patients may only need 1 treatment to achieve their desired results. However, additional treatments may be recommended over time to maintain and enhance the initial results.

    When will I begin to see results?

    The timing of results from PRF treatments can vary depending on the specific application and the patient’s individual response to treatment. However, in general, patients may begin to see some results within a few weeks to a few months after their initial treatment.

    Some patients may begin to see improvements in skin texture, tone, and elasticity within a few weeks of a PRF treatment. However, it may take several months to see the full benefits, as the body’s natural healing and regenerative processes continue to work over time.

    How long will the results last?

    In general, the results of PRF treatments may last for several months to a year or more. In the case of facial rejuvenation, patients may notice improvements in skin texture, tone, and elasticity for several months after a PRF treatment. However, to maintain the initial results, patients may need periodic PRF treatments over time.

    Is there any downtime?

    After treatment you may experience some mild swelling, redness, and bruising at the treatment site for a few days after the PRF treatment. However, most patients are able to resume their normal activities and return to work or social engagements within a few days of treatment.

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