Biologic Activators

biologic activators


What are bioactive activators?

Bioactive activators are autologous substances, which means they come from your own plasma. This makes them a very safe and natural form of skin treatment, particularly effective at healing wounds.

How do they work?

Bioactive activators accelerate skin healing by triggering the formation of new collagen in the injected area. They also secrete a huge range of platelet-rich proteins, which carry out short and long-term repair.

Because we use your own plasma, there’s no danger of disease transmission, anaphylaxis or neoplasia.

How long does the procedure take?

Three injections within a six-month time period, usually performed at least three weeks apart.

How often should this procedure be done?

For optimal results we recommend three treatments, 4 to 6 weeks apart. The effects of the treatment last between 12 and 18 months. To keep the skin and face looking youthful, we recommend that our clients have annual follow-up injections.

What results can I expect?

Skin texture and tone improves noticeably within 3 weeks, providing a gradual increase in skin thickness that creates youthful looking skin.

There will be a brief period of pinkness or bruising of the skin shortly after injection.

Are there any specific treatments for open wounds?

Open wounds can heal much faster with the help of a very simple gel: PRF gel.

PRF stands for Platelet Rich Fibrin. The platelets in your blood are packed with growth and healing factors. They’re the first thing your body sends to the site of any injury.

We extract and isolate the platelets and proteins in your blood, and make a gel out of them while we disinfect your wound with ozone. We then administer this platelet-rich PRF gel directly on to the wound – adding to the local platelet and protein count to accelerate recovery. The treatment takes around half an hour.

As we’re using your own blood, there’s no risk of transmissible infection.

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