Hair replacement and growth is a sensitive topic. Here we give you the run down on the leading hair loss treatment that can also be done in your lunchtime! Hair loss can affect men or women, and it can be caused by genetics or other factors. Do you want thicker hair and more of it? Do you wonder how you can prevent hair loss?
PRP is platelet-rich plasma. PRP is becoming a popular way to fight the effects of baldness and hair loss. PRP uses your own hair, so it helps it to grow naturally. It is an effective and safe way to regrow hair for those with hair loss. Hair loss causes that can be helped by PRP include:
- Genetic condition hair loss
- Androgenetic alopecia
- Hair loss due to Stress
PRP hair loss treatment is done in three steps. Firstly, the nurse collects blood, which is taken from the patient’s arm. Next, the blood is processed in a centrifuge, which separates the platelets. And finally, the platelet-rich plasma is injected. This plasma has high concentrations of growth factors, which can help with tissue healing and hair growth stimulation. As the plasma is taken from your own blood supply, it is considered safe and can be ready to use in as little as 10-15 minutes. PRP is precisely injected at half-inch intervals across thinning or bald areas, it is combined with micro-needling to the whole scalp which can boost blood supply to the hair follicle, thus helping to trigger natural hair growth; and it can also make the hair shaft thicker. PRP can increase hair count, boost thickness and can extend the hair cycle’s growth.
As the treatment uses your own plasma you’ll grow your own hair naturally. It’s an effective and safe way to regrow hair for those with hair loss. Don’t delay, as people with early hair loss tend to respond best to this therapy. You can even use this type of hair loss treatment in combination with other regrowth methods. Thicker fuller hair can be yours!
If you’re fighting hair loss, contact Hair and Skin Science to learn about and experience their hair loss treatments for men and women.
Before you try any new medication or treatment, consult your doctor or a board-certified dermatologist for professional medical advice, especially if you have pre-existing health conditions or health risks.