Course curriculum

  • 1

    Chapter 1 - Nutrient Recovery of Cells. Growth Factors.

  • 2

    Chapter 2 - Material and Technical Aspects of Plasmolifting PRP. Centrifuges, Test Tubes, Anticoagulants, and Needles. Tips and Advice on Collecting Blood.

    • Lesson 2 - Theory

  • 3

    Chapter 3 - Plasmolifting PRP in Cosmetology: Pros and Cons. Expected Results.

    • Lesson 3

  • 4

    Chapter 4 - Plasmolifting PRP for Various Morphotypes of Aging.

    • Lesson 4 - Practice

  • 5

    Chapter 5 - Plasmolifting PRP as a Basic Aesthetic Medicine Procedure. Protocols for Combining Plasma Treatments with Injection and Apparatus Procedures. Treating Complications with Autologous Plasma.

    • Lesson 5 - Theory

    • Lesson 6 - Theory

    • Lesson 7 - Theory

  • 6

    Chapter 6 - Five Types of Autologous Plasma. Aspects of Application.

    • Lesson 8 - Practice

    • Lesson 9 - Practice

  • 7

    Chapter 7 - Plasmolifting PRP for Special Aging Zones. Rejuvenation Protocols for Neck, Neckline and Chest Areas, Hands and Ankles. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Therapy. Treatment Videos.

    • Lesson 10 - Practice

    • Lesson 11 - Theory

  • 8

    Chapter 8 - Plasmolifting PRP in Trichology

    • Lesson 12 - Practice

  • 9

    Chapter 9 - Plasmolifting PRP Cream: A Breakthrough Product for Post-Treatment Recovery and Homecare. Protocols for Dermatological and Cosmetological Treatments.

    • Lesson 13 - Plasmolifting PRP Cream Theory

    • Lesson 14 - Plasmolifting PRP Cream Practice

  • 10

    Chapter 10 - Plasmolifting PRP in Dermatology. A Complex Therapy of Psoriasis, Eczema, Atopies, Hilitis, Burn Lesions and Atrophic Scars.

About our Plasmolifting PRP courses

Our courses combine both conceptual and practical modules to provide a complete understanding of basic and advanced PRP methods and treatments. Our leaders possess a broad experience and are ready to share their advice and recommendations. Following the completion of the course you will receive a certificate in this new sphere of knowledge.
By mastering various PRP procedures, you will greatly expand your knowledge base and professional opportunities with the help of the next generation biotechnological solution that does not require significant investment. PRP Plasmolifting technology works both as monotherapy and in combination with other treatments. It ensures a fantastic therapeutic effect for the patient and a stable income for the doctor.
Our mission is to make this opportunity available to all doctors, regardless of their location. This is a great chance to master the popular techniques required by thousands of patients. You can complete our Plasmolifting PRP training modules at your own pace, in a comfortable and convenient environment. You can always review the parts of our course that are most interesting to you.

Have you got any questions about our training course? Just email us: sergius@plasmolifting.ru
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Testimonials

“I took part in the online Plasmolifting PRP training, I find this course very practical and professionally prepared. It perfectly complements the knowledge to perform even more effective treatments. I recommend it to everyone who is looking for natural treatments for their demanding patients.”

Daniel Polanski, Beautician and Phlebotomist (Permanent Beauty - Skin Clinique, UK)

“I would like to thank the developers of the course for a very informative and professional presentation. I have used autologous plasma in my practice before, but this course has really opened my eyes to many other possibilities. I certainly recommend it to my colleagues and to patients, too. This is a purely natural treatment that brings fantastic results and suits even those patients who complain of allergic reactions to traditional beauty treatments.”

Siobhan D. Trichologist and Beautycian, UK

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FAQ about PRO

  • What is PRP?

    Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is an injectable treatment by which a person’s own blood is used. Platelets are vital in the process of tissue healing, and the growth of new cells. PRP thereby promotes collagen production, regenerates the skin tissue, and essentially re-energizes your cells into rejuvenating themselves. The release of growth factors amphiphiles the healing process. PRP softens fine lines and wrinkles, tightens the skin, and improves skin tone and texture.

  • How is PRP administered?

    The treatment of PRP involves a fraction of blood, collected or ‘drawn up’ from the individual patient into a syringe. The collected blood is then spun down in a special centrifuge to separate its components. The platelet rich plasma is then reinjected, and/or micro-needled back into the skin.

  • How long does a PRP treatment take?

    Typically, a PRP treatment takes between an hour or two to complete. This depends on if the PRP is administered through injections only, and/or micro-needled into the skin. This timeframe includes an additional 30 minutes for the blood to be drawn and spun in the centrifuge, and topical numbing to be applied.

  • When will I begin to see results from a PRP treatment?

    Generally, patients notice tightening and a more even tone to their skin in a week or two after PRP injections.

  • What areas can I treat with PRP injections?

    Technically, PRP can used to treat area of the body. For cosmetic purposes, PRP is most popularly used to treat the face and neck.

  • Who is NOT a candidate for PRP injections?

    During your consultation, and assessment will be made to ensure you are the right candidate for PRP injections. Patients with certain health conditions are not a candidate for PRP injections. Patients who are pregnant are not candidates for PRP injections.

  • Are there any side effects or possible risks to PRP injections?

    PRP used for aesthetic procedures are safe for most individuals. There are very few contraindications with PRP injections. The most common side effects associated with PRP injections are mild to moderate swelling and redness.

  • How many PRP treatments will I need?

    Results can be seen after one treatment, but the exact amount of treatments needed varies from patient to patient. Generally, 2‐3 treatments are advised, but more may be indicated for some individuals.

  • Do PRP injections hurt?

    Some mild discomfort may be felt while the PRP is being reinjected. The sensation typically felt is a burning or tingling sensation. This sensation only lasts a few minutes after the PRP injected. We ensure our patients are comfortable throughout the entire PRP treatment and apply topical numbing cream and ice to aid any discomfort.