Analysis of the facial skin condition of a mature person before and after CGF Harmony
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Keywords

face
matured skin
CGF Harmony
instrumental examination of the skin
photographic documentation twarz
skóra dojrzała
CGF Harmony
analiza instrumentalna
analiza fotograficzna

How to Cite

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Matthews‑Brzozowska T, Łącka M, Mojs E, Kubisz L. Analysis of the facial skin condition of a mature person before and after CGF Harmony. JoFA [Internet]. 2019Feb.10 [cited 2022May17];2(1):38-45. Available from: http://jofa.ump.edu.pl/index.php/jofa/article/view/11

Abstract

Facial skin aging has been in the sphere of human interest since the earliest times, but relatively recently, along with the new branch of medicine — aesthetics there have appeared opportunities both for its slowing down and the instrumental study of the process. Recently, the emphasis is on the use of autologous preparations, especially on the basis of the own blood, among which the promising procedure seems to be CGF Harmony (stem cells labeled with CD34+ antigen and concentrated growth factors). The aim of this paper was to assess both subjective and objectified matured facial skin before and after CGF Harmony administrations, based on medical photographic documentation (the Fotomedicus system) and instrumental examination of skin parameters (Cutometer Dual MPA 580). The presented results show high variability and dynamics of obtained values. At the same time, they suggest a sustained improvement in the visual correction of the face oval and flattening of wrinkles, perceived positively by both the patient and her surroundings, and amelioration visible in photographic and instrumental studies in terms of skin elasticity (parameters R2 and R7). From the research and the manufacturer's proposal, it appears that one should suggest treatments in a semi‑annual cycle preceded by facial skin examinations.

https://doi.org/10.20883/jofa.9
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