1. Blood Collection: The process begins with the collection of a small amount of your blood, typically taken from your arm. The blood is then processed in a centrifuge machine, which separates it into different components: red blood cells, white blood cells, plasma, and platelets.
  2. Platelet-Rich Plasma Extraction: The plasma, which is rich in platelets, is extracted from the blood sample. Platelets are tiny cell fragments that play a significant role in the body’s natural healing process. They contain growth factors and other bioactive proteins that help stimulate tissue repair, collagen production, and cell growth.
  3. Injection or Application: The concentrated platelet-rich plasma is then injected or applied topically to the specific area being treated. In dermatology and cosmetic procedures, PRP is used for facial rejuvenation, hair loss treatment, and wound healing, among other applications.