Within the field of skin rejuvenation, clinicians have broadened the application of proven therapies toward antiaging medicine. Specifically, both platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and autologous-conditioned serum (ACS) have received great consideration among experts for novel indications. While the medical research focused on ACS is strengthened in their evidence and supported by promising outcomes, much more debates exist regarding the efficacy of PRP. Despite limited supporting literature to date, physicians and surgeons should be encouraged to explore the use of these approaches and in shedding further light on their potential benefits by contributing new evidence from basic and clinical scientific investigation.

Exokine and the youth-boosting treatment based on one's own serum: wheat and chaff

Bertossi, Dario;Chirumbolo, Salvatore
2022-01-01

Abstract

Within the field of skin rejuvenation, clinicians have broadened the application of proven therapies toward antiaging medicine. Specifically, both platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and autologous-conditioned serum (ACS) have received great consideration among experts for novel indications. While the medical research focused on ACS is strengthened in their evidence and supported by promising outcomes, much more debates exist regarding the efficacy of PRP. Despite limited supporting literature to date, physicians and surgeons should be encouraged to explore the use of these approaches and in shedding further light on their potential benefits by contributing new evidence from basic and clinical scientific investigation.
platelet-rich plasma; autologous serum; rejuvenation; PRP; aesthetic medicine
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