How does Cellenis PRP work?

PRP is prepared by having a small sample of the patient's own blood, then separating from red blood cells (RBCs), leukocytes and platelet poor plasma (PPP) via centrifugation.

PRP is then collected and can be injected back into the treated site to promote a healing response, dermal stimulation and matrix re-modelling, leading to skin rejuvenation2. The entire preparation process is simple and only takes up to 15 minutes.

 

What are the benefits of Cellenis PRP?

This treatment may improve skin texture and tone, refines wrinkles and reduces scars such as acne or stretch marks while preserving a natural appearance2. Cellenis PRP can also be used to promote hair growth when injected into the scalp.

Visible results may take between 2-6 weeks and will vary between individuals. This variance depends on factors such as general health, age, diet, smoking and skin type3.

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Unique features of Cellenis PRP

  • 10 minute spin time
  • Physiologic pH anti-coagulant
  • Higher anabolic to catabolic cells ratio 22:1
  • Monocytes outnumber neutrophils 2.7:1
  • Maintains separation, eliminating RBCs from the concentration
  • Option to use 11 mL tubes or 22 mL tubes
  • Flexibility to concentrate PRP further

Are there any side effects?

The autologous nature of PRP reduces the likelihood of adverse reactions and possible side effects, which may be in a form of mild bruising, pain, swelling or infection. Standard skin disinfection should be used before PRP injection.

Contraindications include pregnancy, breast feeding, autoimmune or blood pathologies and cancer. Furthermore, consistent use of NSAIDs within 48 hours of PRP application should be avoided4.

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References: 1. Platelet-rich plasma: a review of biology and applications in plastic surgery. Eppley BL et al. Plast Reconstr Surg. 2006 2. Emer, J., 2019. Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP): Current Applications In Dermatology. [online] Skin Therapy Letter. Available at: <http://www.skintherapyletter. com/dermatology/platelet-rich-plasma-prp/> [Accessed 28 July 2020]. 3. Gupta, A., Versteeg, S., Rapaport, J., Hausauer, A., Shear, N. and Piguet, V., 2019. The Efficacy of Platelet-Rich Plasma in the Field of Hair Restoration and Facial Aesthetics—A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. Journal of Cutaneous Medicine and Surgery, 23(2), pp.185-203. ICMS guidelines, section VIII 4. Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Guidelines, 2011

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