Once PRP is isolated it is immediately injected into the scalp to deliver growth factors directly to hair follicles that have been impacted by hair loss.
Injections may vary in number and in size. Each practitioner may use different techniques including whether PRP is delivered through the subcutaneous fat layer of the scalp or the dermal layer of the scalp.
Using PRP as a growth stimulant decreases inflammation and propels hair growth beyond the point of its own natural inclination. PRP also has been seen to rehabilitate resting hair follicle and deliver much needed nutrients to the cells.
PRP is a safe, non-surgical procedure which takes between half an hour and forty minutes (from the drawing of blood to the actual injection) and requires no downtime. Platelet Rich Plasma is not a permanent hair growth solution. It requires a sequence of 3 to 4 treatments over a course of four to five months, and additional maintenance procedures are recommended over time in order to maintain results.
To boost hair growth to maximum levels, clients/patients could possibly use all three stimulants at the same time. But it’s important to remember that although each stimulant has great potential unless ALL THREE HAIR LOSS REASONS behind hair loss are BLOCKED, results will be minimal.
The underlying cause(s) behind hair loss should be addressed prior to proceeding with any type of hair growth stimulation therapy for maximum hair regrowth.