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Plasma Therapy is a procedure that involves treatment with your own platelet-enriched blood plasma.

So What Is

Plasma Therapy is a procedure that involves treatment with your own platelet-enriched blood plasma. Plasma is a liquid part of the blood, also contains growth factors that activate cell growth, cell renewal. As a result, damaged tissue regeneration is accelerated and the inflammatory process and pain syndrome are eliminated. Plasma Therapy is a cutting-edge technique that uses an injectable form of plasma.

Plasma is obtained by centrifuging blood tubes to separate platelets from whole blood. Blood is collected from the patient just before the procedure, the blood tubes are then centrifuged and spun at a certain speed. An anticoagulant is added to prevent the blood from clotting.

Plasma contains:

  • Vitamins
  • Micronutrients
  • Amino acids
  • Growth and cell renewal factors

Treatment Plan

The therapy is performed on an outpatient basis in the practice and takes a minimum of one hour.

In total, you should plan about 2 to 2.5 hours for the procedure.

Plasma Therapy for:

  • Early skin aging
  • Acne
  • Pigment spots
  • Skin rehabilitation period after a deep peeling procedure
  • Restoration of skin elasticity and firmness after rapid weight loss
  • Early deep wrinkles
  • Sagging and dry skin
  • Hair loss or thinning out

Plasma Therapy is not suitable for:

  • Pregnancy or lactation
  • Epilepsy
  • Diabetes mellitus
  • Blood diseases
  • Oncological diseases
  • Taking anticoagulants
  • Inflammatory processes in the injection area.

How the Therapy works:

  • Nourishes tissue cells.
  • Strengthens the skin’s internal skeleton.
  • Improves the complexion of the skin, leaving it smooth and natural looking.
  • Eliminates pigment spots. Plasma injected under the skin destroys excess melanin. It is this substance that causes hyperpigmentation.
  • Stimulates the growth of stem cells.
  • Promotes blood clotting.
  • Regenerates the skin.
  • Accelerates intracellular metabolism.
  • Nourishes hair follicles of the scalp.
  • Triggers enhanced tissue regeneration.

Plasma Therapy Duration:

  • 20 to 75 minutes, depending on the area to be treated.
  • When using Plasma Therapy for skin rejuvenation, more than 1 session may be required.

Possible Risks for Plasma Therapy:

  • Swelling
  • Skin discoloration
  • Redness
  • Pain
  • Blood clot
  • Infection
  • Bruising


No special aftercare is required for plasma therapy.
As it is expected, redness and swelling of the skin will disappear within a few hours.

Top plasma therapy costs by country

The cost of plasma therapy depends on the experience of the doctor and the clinic or hospital you choose.
The prices listed below are intended to give you an approximate idea and are not a final quotation. Your MedClincs consultant will be happy to provide you with details.

CountryPrice (PRP) Rating
Türkiye (Turkey)~ 290€★★★★★
Poland~ 320€★★★★
Mexico~ 330€★★★
Germany~ 490€★★
United Kingdom~ 500€★★
USA~ 600€★★


How many facial Plasma Therapy treatments does it take to have an effect?

A stable effect is achieved after 3–4 treatments. Usually, the cosmetologist prescribes a visit once every 7–10 days.

Can I sunbathe after my facial Plasma Therapy?

You should avoid sunbathing and solarium for the first 2–3 days.

What skin care is needed after a facial Plasma Therapy?

Do not apply any cosmetics, including decorative products, to your face after the session; Do not subject tissues to intensive mechanical influences (massage).

At what age can a facial Plasma Therapy be performed?

The minimum age limit for the procedure is 15 years, the maximum, according to most cosmetologists, is not.

How often can Plasma Therapy be repeated?

The course is usually repeated twice a year. If needed, the amount can be increased, e.g. during rehabilitation after laser treatments and to prepare the skin for sun exposure.

Can the finished plasma be stored in the clinic for reuse in the next procedure?

Plasma is not stored as the viability of platelets is not particularly high. The procedure is done only once and at one time, which means that your own blood is taken and immediately after centrifugation is injected into the patient’s skin.

Is it possible to get infected during the Plasma Therapy?

No, because the blood is taken from the patient and not from someone else. All instruments and consumables are sterile and disposable and are disposed of after the procedure.

Can Plasma Therapy deplete the body’s resources?

No, it doesn’t. Only a few milliliters of blood are taken from the patient, which are then returned slightly modified. Therefore, the body does not feel any loss, and there is no damage to your health after the procedure.

Can I have a Plasma Therapy in the summer?

Summer is considered the ideal time for PRP procedures. The healing components of platelet-rich plasma cope well with the appearance of age spots on the face and body during the summer. The duration of the rejuvenation effect after plasmolifting depends on the patient’s age and lifestyle.

How painful are the Plasma Therapy injections?

Before the procedure, a special anesthetic gel is applied to the face for 15 minutes, so there should be no painful sensations.


The first application of plasma therapy dates back to 1999

when plastic surgeons used platelet-enriched plasma to rejuvenate a patient’s skin. At the same time, the method was gaining acceptance in traumatology: Patients’ sports injuries healed in record time after PRP therapy.
Today, this field of therapy is used in dermatology, cosmetology and plastic surgery, and the list of diseases that can be treated with PRP therapy has expanded considerably.

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