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Platelet-Rich Plasma Kits

Product Specification:

The Plasmolifting Platelet-rich Plasma (PRP) Kit is a set of medical devices used by practitioners to induce positive aesthetic changes including reducing the appearance of wrinkles and replacing volume deficit in the facial region due to aging. It consists of the Plasmolifting test tubes, Plasmolifting centrifuges, and the Plasmolifting thermostat or incubator. The PRP Kit offers several distinct advantages over more traditional methods such as surgical facelifts as it is minimally invasive, is simpler and easier to use, does not involve purchasing expensive medical devices, faster post-procedure recovery time, lower risks of allergic reactions, fewer side effects, and can be combined with other aesthetic procedures for enhanced effects. The Plasmolifting test tubes prevent the blood sample from clotting and separates the blood products into layers. The Plasmolifting thermostat heats up the plasma to activate it and the final product, Plasmogel is injected into the patient’s skin.


What the Plasmolifting PRP Kit is formulated to do:

The Plasmolifting PRP Kit is formulated to be a safe and effective way to eliminate or reduce the appearance of wrinkles and to correct any volume deficit present from aging. It is essential for the PRP Kit components to be used together as they are paired almost exclusively for each other. The test tubes are of the correct size and dimensions to fit properly into the centrifuge and the thermostat. The centrifuge operates at the correct rotational rate and has the necessary settings to enable layers in the test tube to be formed after the spinning process. The platelet-rich plasma layer goes through the thermostat to be heated. The thermostat also provides the required temperature to fully transform the extracted plasma into high-quality Plasmogel.



The Plasmolifting PRP Kit is manufactured by Industrie Biomediche Farmaceutiche, which is based in Scafati, Italy.



The Plasmolifting PRP Kit originates from Italy.


What else you need to know:


When it can cause side effects

As for the side effects from the PRP Kit, it is usually derived from the injection process with the Plasmogel and possibly from the blood taking process. Common complaints from patients are redness, bruising, pain, and swelling from injection related reactions but they are quick to resolve.

Which skin type is it good for?

The PRP Kit is suitable for all skin types except for patients with skin cancers.


What it is made without

The PRP Kit does not contain any steroids, hormones, or carcinogenic materials.

Information about tube or containers

The Plasmolifting centrifuge such as the XC-2415 has multiple safety features in place in case of emergencies such as the safety release latch, electronic locking feature, and the four suctioned feet at the bottom of the unit to reduce vibrations and to hold the unit in place while in operation. The Plasmolifting thermostat has a buzzer alarm system to signal any faulty incidences, a built-in temperature protection unit, and a liquid crystal display screen to show all the important information in a single glance.


Differences between Plasmolifting products

As far as the PRP Kit is concerned, only the Plasmolifting centrifuge has a few differing models that users can choose to fit their needs. The models differ mostly by their pricing and design (i.e. capacity, weight, power requirements, construction material, and relative centrifugal force). Currently there is the XC-2000, XC-2415, XC-2400, XC-Spinplus, Analogue 80-2B, and the Digitala 80-2B.


Suggested Usage:

  • It is recommended that you use equipment designed to prepare high-quality Plasmogel. These include a special thermostat that can heat to 95 degrees Celsius, a fixed-angle rotor centrifuge that can spin to 4000rpm for at least five minutes, Plasmolifting tubes, 21G to 23G peripheral venous catheters, luer-lock 2.5ml syringes, and 23G needles for injection.
  • Collect the blood samples from the patient as per guidelines and deposit them into the Plasmolifting tubes.
  • Set the centrifuge to rotate 4000rpm for five minutes and set the tubes securely inside.
  • Remember to balance the centrifuge so that it rotates smoothly. Place another test tube with similar volume and weight at the opposite end of the specimen tube that was placed earlier.
  • Extract the platelet-rich plasma layer after the centrifuge process and deposit it into another test tube.
  • Preheat the thermostat to 95 degrees Celsius for at least eight minutes.
  • Place this test tube into the thermostat and adjust the timing based on the sample collected; for 0.5 to 0.8ml, set to four minutes, 0.8 to 1ml, set to five minutes, and 1 to 1.14ml set to six to seven minutes.
  • Let rest for two minutes after heating before use.
  • The skin should be prepared using aseptic techniques with an appropriate cleansing agent.
  • Inject the gel into the skin following established protocols.



The Plasmolifting test tubes are made of high-quality borosilicate medical glass and contain sodium citrate to prevent blood clotting, and thixotropic gel that separates platelets from white and red blood cells, components necessary for a successful treatment outcome. The Plasmolifting centrifuge such as the XC-2415 uses 90W of power and operates at 120V 60Hz. The Mini B-100 incubator draws 24V DC input power and has fail-safe mechanisms in place such as the built-in temperature protection.


What is in the box:

  • One Plasmolifting Centrifuge XC-2000 or One Plasmolifting Centrifuge XC-2415
  • One Plasmolifting Incubator Mini B-100
  • Ten 9.0ml of Plasmolifting tubes
  • One piece of plastic tube holder shell
  • Technical User’s Manual


Duration of effect:

The XC-2415 and XC-2000 centrifuges require at least five minutes spinning at 4000rpm to produce the prerequisite material. The Mini B-100 incubator or thermostat would need a further six to nine minutes to heat the material to 95 degrees Celsius and for it to cool down, thus completing the production of the Plasmogel. Once injected, however, its aesthetic affects are expected to last for around six months to two years. However, this depends mostly on the area injected and the patient’s own metabolism rate.


Storage conditions:

You may store the PRP Kit devices at room temperature, but they should be kept clean and dry. Use a dustcover on the units whenever they are not in use. Keep away from direct sunlight.


Expiry (shelf life):

Refer to the original packaging of the Plasmolifting test tubes for more information regarding its expiry date. For the other devices, you may contact your dealer or our authorized service providers for further assistance.

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