PRP – platelet-rich plasma is separated by centrifuging the blood of a patient. Plasma is a component of blood that contains a type of protein that helps the blood to clot. By centrifuging, the serum contains four times more platelets than in the patient’s blood. Medicine has recognized and approved the great potential of PRP and found its application in the treatment of osteoarthritis, injured tendons, and cartilage, as well as in skin rejuvenation procedures. This treatment is also known as a vampire facial.


In case of tissue injury, our body stimulates the healing process by directing platelets, growth factors, and proteins to the site of trauma. These powerful agents stimulate regeneration and accelerate recovery.
In the same way, once under the skin, PRP plasma stimulates fibroblasts to produce collagen, thus tightening, hydrating and refreshing sagging and damaged skin. Thanks to its effectiveness, with results visible in no time, PRP treatment has become a favorite.

PRP treatment rejuvenates skin, tightens it, evens out the complexion, and makes it radiant. It is usually applied to the face, neck, décolleté, and hands.


There is a way to prolong PRP treatment effects. Enriched blood plasma with non-cross-linked hyaluronic acid is perfect for long/lasting effects. This combination is known worldwide as the Cellular matrix procedure. Hyaluronic acid has been proving its quality for more than 26 years.


There are no side effects since the patient’s blood plasma is used for treatment. Be sure that the PRP treatment is completely safe.

PRP is a non-invasive, non-surgical method of skin rejuvenation. Before treatment, a small amount of local anesthetic is applied, which means PRP treatment is painless.

The first results are visible after only seven days. It takes about a month for the final results. Skin is radiant, plump, and hydrated.

For prolonged radiant skin effect, PRP treatment can be done 4 to 5 times per year. Moreover, since it is a patient’s plasma, this treatment can be done even more frequently.

Since the patient’s blood plasma is used for the procedure, there are no contraindications. PRP treatment is recommended to everyone who wants to restore the radiance and firmness of the skin. It is recommendable to have PRP treatment with the sign of first, fine wrinkles, and later, during life for aging dry, wrinkled skin.

Of course. For better results of rejuvenated skin, PRP treatment is usually combined with hyaluronic acid. This combination is known as the Cellular Matrix treatment.


With previous MD consultations in our polyclinic, we determine how much blood is needed for PRP treatment. The blood sampling procedure doesn’t take long. A healthcare professional will draw a sample of your blood. The amount of blood sample depends on the region. After sampling, the blood is placed into a centrifuge. A centrifuge separates and purifies blood plasma.

Before the treatment, a small amount of local anesthetic is applied, which means the procedure is painless. The serum is then inserted under the skin with fine needles using a method similar to mesotherapy. The treatment takes up to 20 minutes, depending on the region. You will be pleasantly surprised by the results visible after only seven days.