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Advanced Hair & Skincare Science: How Does PRP Centrifuge Machine Work?
Advanced Hair & Skincare Science: How Does PRP Centrifuge Machine Work


Apr 9, 2024

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Este Medical Group

Let's start by understanding what PRP is and its connection to hair growth and skin rejuvenation treatments. 

For example, platelet-rich plasma (PRP) hair treatments have gained immense popularity due to their ability to stimulate significant hair growth. Clinical studies have demonstrated the effectiveness of PRP injections in treating individuals with hair loss conditions like alopecia. This therapy (see PRP and PRF) promotes natural thickening and strengthening of the hair, enhancing blood circulation to the scalp and fortifying hair follicles for improved health.

PRP combined with mesotherapy stands out as an effective non-surgical hair loss treatment, as it enhances blood circulation to the scalp, promoting cell growth and nurturing hair follicles with heightened oxygen and growth factors. 

However, for this treatment to yield successful results, it relies on using your body's own plasma. This necessitates the initial step of drawing blood, followed by its processing in a centrifuge to extract sufficient plasma for injection into the skin or scalp.

How Does A Medical Centrifuge Machine Work?

Have you ever wondered how medical professionals separate blood components and extract concentrated platelet-rich plasma? The answer lies in a remarkable device called a medical centrifuge machine.

Centrifuges work on a simple principle: spinning. Just like a merry-go-round, these machines use high-speed rotation to separate substances based on their density. Here's how they work:

  1. Sample Preparation: Before starting the centrifuge, medical clinic technicians prepare the sample — this could be blood or plasma.
  2. Loading the Sample: The prepared sample is put into centrifuge tubes.
  3. Spinning at High Speeds: Once the sample is loaded, the centrifuge machine begins to spin rapidly. The spinning motion creates a centrifugal force, pushing heavier particles outward and lighter particles inward.
  4. Separation of Components: As the centrifuge spins, the denser components of the sample, such as blood cells or cellular debris, move towards the outer edges of the tube. Meanwhile, lighter components, like plasma, remain closer to the centre.
  5. Collection and Analysis: After spinning for a set period, the centrifuge slows down, allowing the separated components to settle. The tubes are then carefully removed, and the separated substances are collected for medical and therapeutic procedures like PRF hair loss treatments or a PRP skin rejuvenating facial.

Medical centrifuge machines enable aesthetic professionals to quickly create concentrated PRP and PRF skin and hair injections for immediate injection for the best treatment outcomes. 

How Is Treatment Plasma Gathered? 

For instance, preparation for a PRP skin or hair treatment is quite simple. During the procedure, a small amount of blood is drawn from your body, usually from the arm, similar to donating blood.

This blood is then processed in a medical centrifuge to separate the platelet concentrate.

Finally, this platelet-rich plasma is injected into the treatment site (e.g., face or scalp). For example, in a PRP or PRF hair loss treatment, the extracted platelet-rich plasma is microinjected into your scalp.

Discover Este Medical's Range of PRF and PRP Treatments Utilising Advanced Medical Centrifuge Techniques

Here’s several instances of successful plasma-rich therapy from Este Medical clients! 

Choose Este For Your Non-Surgical UK PRP and PRF Treatments

Experience the transformative benefits of PRP and PRF treatments. Safely and effectively address hair loss, weak hair growth, and scalp circulation issues, while rejuvenating your skin and tackling ageing concerns. 

Embrace a natural approach to beauty and wellness that works for both men and women of all ages. Book a free hair loss or skincare consultation today!

Last Updated:

April 9, 2024

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