Medical professionals use Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) to speed up healing in many body parts. Moreover, It may help with the growth of new hair. Platelet-rich plasma is a new technique (PRP for Hair loss), with evidence that it may help hair grow and substitute the prescription medications we use to control androgenetic alopecia and female pattern hair loss.


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How does PRP for hair loss work?

To understand how PRP works, you need to know how platelets help heal. Platelets are blood components, just like red and white blood cells. Moreover, platelets are one of the body’s “first responders” when someone gets a cut or wound. They stop the bleeding and help the body heal. To speed up the healing process, the researchers thought they could get concentrated platelets and put them in places where there is tissue damage.

How to prepare PRP for hair loss?

To make PRP, we will take a blood sample and centrifuge it. This machine moves quickly, separating the blood’s parts. Following that, a medical professional takes out platelets for injection. PRP for hair loss is a concentrated mix of growth factors and proteins that help repair damaged tissue. Some hair loss happens because of damage to the follicles of hair. First, researchers thought that PRP could help hair growth by reversing the process that happens in androgenetic alopecia.

Hair loss treatment results

Most of our clients reported PRP for Hair Loss results after the second session. We recommend doing three sessions, with one session every two weeks. The maintenance is one session every two to three months.

How much does this treatment cost?

Each session costs 400, including one tube of 8 MLS of plasma and the administration of the plasma with meso needles. For larger areas, we recommend using two tubes instead of one.

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