Everyone experiences hair loss and most of it goes unnoticed. But fortunately, for most people (especially when they are young) their hair regeneration is faster than their hair loss. However, hormonal changes and certain medical conditions can reverse this and cause significant unwanted hair loss.
Research also suggests hair and self-image are closely intertwined. We all know how a bad-hair day can ruin the mood of women. Just imagine what it feels like to wake up to thinning hair or even baldness.
As I said a moment ago, hair loss happens when your hair regeneration falls below your hair loss rate. The reason for less hair regeneration? Not enough growth factors and nutrients. That ís why PRP has been proven to be a major procedure for hair loss treatment.
How Can PRP Treatments Help?
The growth factors and blood cells contained in the Plasma Rich Platelets can be powerful catalysts that accelerate your scalp’s capacity to regenerate hair cells. The growth factors can activate the hair follicles (only those that are dying, the long-dead hair follicles can’t be revived) and make your scalp healthier and cleaner.
Depending on the severity of the hair loss, it can take about 6-8 sessions to get back your hair.
How long do the results last?
Hair growth in cycles. And the average follicle goes through 4 cycles (which can take up to 60 days to complete) in which the only one of them is active growth phase. If most of your hair is in an Active growth stage, you will see results quickly. Otherwise, you íll just do treatments for about 2 months to catch the hairs in the Active growth phase.
When you undergo treatments for 6-8 weeks, it ís hard to miss the active-growth phase of the hair and so you wíll see improved hair condition immediately after the 6th week.