How is PRF Harvested?
PRF (contains high concentrations of white blood cells, fibrin, and a small number of stem cells) is harvested from your blood. One vial of blood is drawn to fill a tube. The blood is placed inside a specialized centrifuge designed to separate PRF from other blood components. PRF becomes gel-like after 15 or 20 minutes of being isolated and immediately upon being injected turns gel-like and pliable. Combining PRF with hyaluronic acid dermal fillers produces an injectable that improves the quality of surrounding skin and specifically under-eye hollows or tear troughs.