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Plasmolifting PRP Tubes

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Post time: 2022-01-12 05:30 am
Plasmolifting PRP Tubes
One of the most popular questions is: Does facial plasmolifting have side effects? Indeed, it is considered a relatively safe procedure, but some complications may still occur. Therefore, you should be aware of this and know how to avoid them.
So, this procedure is considered hypoallergenic, but there is a risk of an allergic reaction (albeit with a small probability), in particular, it may be on the metals from which the needles are made, and on drugs added to the blood to prevent the latter from folding (anticoagulants).
Our website offers, among other things, the so-called PRP-Tubes for the production of platelet-rich plasma (PRP).
Such allergic reactions can be expressed in the form of swelling and redness of the skin, small bruises in the area of administration of the drug (hematomas). It is worth noting that they pass on their own in about a week.
Another more dangerous side effect is infection of the blood during its delivery for further centrifugation. A strong immune system can cope with this problem, but with a weakened immune system, suppuration may occur at the injection site. Naturally, theoretically, there is a possibility of more serious consequences of blood poisoning. According to statistics, there are practically no such cases, because the occurrence of unpleasant effects of this level directly depends on the clinic and the experience of medical personnel.
In the presence of acne eruptions of an infectious nature, an exacerbation of the disease may occur within a month after the plasmolifting procedure, and the effect occurs even later.

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