Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy for hair loss at SF Aesthetic Medspa is a groundbreaking treatment offering a natural approach to combat hair thinning and loss. PRP therapy involves extracting a concentration of platelets from your blood and injecting them into your scalp. These platelets are rich in growth factors that stimulate hair follicles, encouraging new hair growth and strengthening existing hair. This non-surgical, minimally invasive procedure is an ideal solution for individuals experiencing hair loss due to various conditions, offering a path to regain fuller, healthier hair without the need for extensive treatments.
Natural Hair Regrowth: PRP uses your body’s natural growth factors to stimulate hair follicles for natural regrowth.
Safe and Non-Surgical: This is a safe, non-surgical option with minimal risk of side effects or complications.
Minimal Downtime: The procedure requires little to no downtime, allowing you to return to normal activities quickly.
Suitable for Both Men and Women: PRP therapy is effective for both men and women experiencing hair loss.
Enhances Hair Density and Strength: Not only does it promote new growth, but PRP also strengthens existing hair, improving overall hair density.
PRP Therapy for Hair Loss involves using a concentration of platelets from your own blood, rich in growth factors, to stimulate and rejuvenate hair follicles, promoting new hair growth and enhancing the health of existing hair.
Discomfort is minimal. A local anesthetic is applied to the scalp to reduce any pain during the procedure, and most clients report feeling only mild pressure or sensation.
While individual results may vary, most clients begin to see noticeable improvements in hair thickness and regrowth within 3 to 6 months after starting treatment.
The number of sessions required can vary. Typically, a series of 3 to 4 treatments spaced about 4 to 6 weeks apart is recommended, followed by maintenance treatments every 4 to 6 months.
PRP is generally well-tolerated with a low risk of side effects since it uses the patient’s own blood. Some clients may experience mild redness, swelling, or soreness at the injection sites, which typically resolves quickly.