Vampire Therapy (PRP): the secret of youth is in our body


PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) therapy is a fashionable skin rejuvenation treatment that involves drawing blood from the patient’s body, placing it in a centrifuge to separate plasma and platelets from red blood cells, and then injecting it into different areas of the skin,  for tissue rejuvenation.

Plasma contains proteins and other nutrients that help stimulate the growth of skin cells and collagen by regenerating tissue and producing the natural lifting effect.

Platelet-rich plasma therapy, sometimes called PRP therapy or plasma therapy, is the natural healing properties of the blood to repair damaged cartilage, tendons, ligaments, muscles or even bones and skin rejuvenation.

PRP therapy reduces wrinkles, the skin becomes smooth, pink



The procedure is simple and comfortable, lasting 15-20 minutes.
An anesthetic cream is applied in the foreground to the place to be treated, and the area is to be disinfected.

A small amount of blood is collected from the patient before treatment, then placed in a centrifuge to separate the red blood cells from the plasma. it is then injected into the chosen area, where it fills the skin and reduces fine lines and wrinkles.


The effects are visible from the first injection. In order for the effect to be lasting, it is recommended to repeat the procedure at an interval of 6 months or a year.

The results are even more spectacular when PRP therapy is combined with Mesotherapy (Baby Face treatment).


The procedure does not require recovery time.

The effects will appear gradually, in maximum 10-14 days, after which another 2-3 sessions are necessary for the effect to last between 1.5 and 2 years.

 Therapy is indicated for:

-Improving the appearance of wrinkles, scars and stretch marks;
-Goose leg wrinkle correction;
-Increased skin tone on the arms, legs, buttocks, thighs, abdomen;
-Rejuvenation of the area under the eyes / dark circles;
-Scalp seborrhea;
-Post acne scars;
-Fragile hair / alopecia.



Immediately after the procedure, you can expect some bruising, swelling and redness at the injection sites. There may also be some tenderness and pain at the injection sites.



This therapy should not be performed if you have the following conditions: coagulopathy, hepatitis, infectious diseases, if you are receiving chronic anticoagulant treatment, tumors, cancers, autoimmune diseases, platelet disorders, anemia, epilepsy, if you are being treated with antibiotics, alcoholism or you are menstruating.