Before we begin, it is important that we clarify the difference between chronological age and biological age. The latter reflects the real age of our body, which does not always coincide with the chronological age, which is equivalent to the number of years that have passed since our birth. We do not all age in the same way, it may be that your biological age is much or a little higher than your chronological age or vice versa. Everything will depend on factors such as genetics, lifestyle, diet and even sleeping habits.
Now, speaking of the aesthetic side, both types of ages have an influence on the appearance we have, the neck and hands are the first to begin to feel the passing of the years, but are there really effective ways to delay the appearance of the signs of aging? Although it depends on many factors on a personal level to answer this question, keep reading this blog and discover more about this topic.
Regenerative Medicine has been shown to be a great ally in delaying these appearances, as well as reducing the appearance of already existing spots and wrinkles. In this case; Mesenchymal Stem Cells (STM) in conjunction with Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), applied at regular intervals during the aging process, helps us obtain the potential to maintain the volume and elasticity of the skin in the areas treated through formation of new collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid due to the release of growth factors that are in PRP and the stimulation of skin cell repair by CTM.
In what situations can the use of Regenerative Medicine be recommended? Conveniently, CTM with PRP are recommended for expression lines, sagging, alopecia, acne (not active), melasma, acne sequelae, lack of hydration, stretch marks, enlarged pores, etc. Although this option is highly beneficial, let us remember that nothing happens overnight, not keeping good control with our doctor, not continuing with our follow-up, not complementing our treatment with a good skincare culture. and not having good eating, sleeping and exercise habits; They can cause the results to be less visible or reduce their duration.
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