The Science of PRP
PRP, or platelet rich plasma, essentially contains platelets that are key to stimulating hair follicles to generate hair growth. They mainly target the Dermal Papilla, which is a component of the hair follicle. The platelets, when used to regenerate hair growth within follicles, promote healing and the formation of new cell growth. In addition, the platelets also accelerate the rate and degree of regeneration so that you can expect to see results in a timely manner. PRP is an ideal component of hair restoration because it is highly effective in stimulating inactive hair follicles, causing them to revert to the growth phase.
How Does PRP Work?
PRP Therapy works on the basis of restoring growth factors within the blood. Human blood contains mesenchymal stem cells and autologous blood products. These elements are essential to regenerate scalp tissue. Once the scalp tissue is regenerated, the hair follicles are able to produce the necessary hair growth.
How is the procedure performed?
The procedure is extremely convenient and non-medically invasive. Upon visiting the office, a medical professional will draw your blood. Afterwards, the medical staff will spin the blood through a centrifuge and the PRP is separated from the rest of the blood.
Next we will inject your scalp with the platelet rich plasma (PRP). The PRP stimulates the follicles so that your hair can regrow.
For the most advanced results, some patients choose to have PRP therapy performed monthly for four months. This ensures that the hair follicles remain stimulated and that the hair growth is progressing as it should be.
What is Keralase™ in Office Therapy?
Your skin is naturally designed to keep things out. Your provider will first use the Lutronic LaseMD® to optimize the absorption properties of your scalp.
The unique LaseMD laser delivery system has been proven to prepare the skin for increased absorption of nanoliposomes.
After the scalp is pre-conditioned with the LaseMD laser, Kerafactor® serum is topically applied to promote stronger, thicker and fuller looking hair in both men and women.
How Much Time Does Keralase Take?
What is Kerafactor Serum?
Copyright © 2022 Stirling Skin Care Clinic - All Rights Reserved.