Platelet-rich fibrin

Platelet-rich fibrin (PRF) is an autologous gel derived from blood that has been used in the latest skin treatments focused on rejuvenation and revitalisation. Procedures using PRF give spectacular results. They are also extremely safe due to the fact that it is the patient’s own blood that is used, subjected to an appropriate centrifugation procedure.


High concentrations of platelets, white blood cells, and CD34+ mesenchymal stem cells are present in the spaces of the three-dimensional fibrin network. The unique effect of the treatment is based on long-term cell stimulation. As a result, thrombocytes trapped between fibrin fibers, systematically secrete the growth factors accumulated in them, which activates tissue regeneration processes. Stimulating fibroblasts intensifies the production of collagen, which is responsible for the skin’s elasticity and firmness.
As a result, skin regains vitality, radiant glow, is better nourished, and wrinkles are visibly reduced and filled.


  • low elasticity and dried skin, with fine wrinkles
  • uneven skin tone, with signs of fatigue
  • skin in the tear through area and nasolabial groove
  • scars, acne blemishes
  • hairloss

How to prepare for the procedure:

  • It does not require any special preparation.
  • A medical consultation is necessary prior to the procedure.
  • An anesthetic balm is applied in the area subjected to PRF half an hour before the procedure.

Procedure description and effects:

  • The doctor performs a needle mesotherapy or administers PRF with a cannula.
  • During the procedure, you can feel gentle punctures and spreading.
  • Improved skin firmness and filled wrinkles.
  • Reduced wrinkles and sagging.
  • It is recommended to have series of treatments at one month intervals.

After the procedure:

  • You can return to your daily activities straight after the procedure.
  • Isolated bruising and slight swelling or tenderness may occur straight after the treatment.
  • These subside within a few days.


  • blood disorders
  • autoimmune diseases
  • cancer
  • pregnancy and nursing
  • taking of anti-inflammatory drugs
  • active skin inflammation of dermis and epidermis