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Know-how in cosmetology appears almostmore often than in the world of mobile phones or computers. Each novelty is positioned as almost a panacea, almost from everything, almost forever. "You do it, and you'll see for yourself!" - call the beauty salons.
Now the attention of women who do not want to grow old,involve such procedures as plasma-lifting and plasmaplasty. The procedures are not expensive, and, accordingly, the effect is promised simply amazing: wrinkle smoothing, disappearance of scars, restoration of a young complexion and firmness of the skin.

Is this really the case? Is it possible to get rid of the manifestations of the natural biological processes of aging?

Plasmolifting - what is it?

For the patient, the procedure looks simple: the doctor takes from the vein about 30 ml of blood and places it in a special centrifuge. In a centrifuge, plasma is separated from the blood and is saturated with platelets. Plasma is injected into the right places using the mesotherapy method. Usually it is done with anesthesia, because the procedure is rather painful.

After the procedure, small bruises, swelling, papules, burning and some soreness in the area of ​​injections that appear after 2-3 days may appear.

From the point of view of biology, plasmolifting -switch on regeneration processes. Platelets in the body are responsible for healing processes, their concentration is always increased in places of inflammation, injury, trauma. Creating in the skin an increased concentration of platelets, we give the body the body: "Regenerate here!"

Effectiveness of plasmolifting: myths and truth

Advertising, as always, slightly embellishesreality. The method of plasmolifting is indeed very effective, but it was invented not to combat aging, and its effectiveness is manifested in a somewhat different area.

Plasmolifting was patented by Russianscientists at the beginning of the century as a method to accelerate the healing of wounds. One of the authors of the technique, the maxillofacial surgeon Renat Akhmerov says about his development: plasmolifting first of all heals, but he can not provide a facelift, as well as remove deep wrinkles. Plasma lifting can:
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  • improve the complexion;
  • smooth out fine wrinkles, "crow's feet";
  • help in combating acne and alopecia.

    But the most effective method after surgery, burns and injuries.

    Plasmoplasty - deeper and more layeredPlasmolifting procedure, in which plasma is introduced into different tissues in a certain order. This is rather a medical procedure, rather than preventive or rejuvenating.

    What determines the effectiveness of plasmolifting?

    Like other methods, plasmolifting in some cases gives a good, lasting effect, and in others - patients remain unhappy with the absence of visible positive changes.

    Most often, it is not the low efficiency of the method. Plasmolifting may not work in the elderly, when the body's ability to regenerate is reduced as a result of natural biological aging processes. The result may not be in the presence of chronic diseases in the patient. In this case, the body reserves are aimed at fighting the disease, and the regeneration processes in the field of plasma injection simply do not have enough resources.

    Plasmolifting is effective, for example, withRecovery of the skin, dried up by the summer sun after holiday in the south. After the holiday our body is full of energy, and regeneration is successfully launched. But in the spring, after winter avitaminosis, against the background of fatigue or simply reducing the tone, the effect will be much lower.

    One more thing is sometimes overlooked: the procedure should come on an empty stomach, which sometimes do not warn patients in the cabin.

    As with other methods, there are contraindications to use. You can not use this technique if you have:
  • neoplasms, including benign;
  • inflammatory skin diseases;
  • immunosuppressive conditions;
  • systemic blood diseases;
  • an allergy to anticoagulants;
  • pregnancy;
  • viral hepatitis.