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Your Hair Need As Much Care As Your Skin – Read To Know More!

Haircare is equally important as skincare. Neglecting proper haircare can damage hair, cause weak strands, split ends, hair fall, and hair thinning. We usually invest a lot in skincare products and treatments but think shampooing and conditioning our hairs are enough. But constant lack of nourishment causes excess hair to fall, leading to baldness too. Injectable cosmetic treatments like PRP for Hair Loss help with excess hair fall, hair thinning, and baldness. 

Our hairs have to go through intense wear and tear. Daily styling, lack of nourishment, and external factors can make our hair brittle and weak from the roots. Excess hair fall then leads to medical conditions like alopecia and baldness. Although hair fall is common among men and women, pattern baldness has a more prominent association with males. But we cannot say that women do not experience hair fall and thinning. 

Our diets, day-to-day routines, medical conditions, and other factors affect our hair health. So to deal with hair loss, it’s crucial to address the root cause behind hair brittleness. Later, by combining suitable skin treatments like platelet-rich plasma (PRP), we can treat baldness and patchy hair loss. 

PRP Treatment: The Much Needed Boost Our Hairs Want

Platelet-rich plasma or PRP is a serum that contains growth factors beneficial for hair regrowth, development, and nourishment. Platelets are components of blood that are the first responders of our body and induce healing wherever we experience an injury. Hair loss occurs when there is too much damage to our hair follicles. In order to induce healing, we need platelets to reach the treatment area and do their job. However, due to poor blood circulation in the head region, the platelets cannot perform their function effectively. 

In PRP therapy, we inject the platelet-rich plasma into the area with hair thinning or baldness. The growth factors stimulate better hair growth and also treat bald patches. A patient’s blood is drawn from the arm to separate this platelet-rich plasma. This blood is then placed into a centrifuge, a machine that separates blood contents and PRP. Later, the separated PRP is injected directly into the scalp for better functioning of the hair follicles and to increase hair production. This plasma has a three times higher content of platelets than the normal blood samples. Thus, it is more effective. 

What is PRP for Hair Loss Like? Is it Painful?

PRP for Hair Loss is a non-surgical and minimally invasive skin treatment to deal with excess hair loss and thinning hair. This procedure is also an effective way of reviving hair growth in areas that otherwise had turned into bald patches. Hair fall is normal but continuous, and excess hair loss can arise due to various factors, from genetic to personal. Earlier, it was thought that baldness and alopecia had no cures. But the advancements in the aesthetic world ensured the cure for this widespread issue. Our hairs increase our physical attractiveness and make us appealing. Hair loss and baldness make a person appear old, which none of us want. 

Thus, PRP for hair loss is the ultimate solution to restore your youthful appearance and physical appearance. The treatment is minimally invasive and does not hurt a lot. Think of it as micro-needling. The injection needle is too small to hurt a lot. The micro-injuries in the scalp also induce the healing response of the body to speed up recovery and, in an attempt to do so, can help with hair regrowth. 

If you are concerned about the safety range, be at peace. This cosmetic procedure uses the patient’s own blood, so there are no chances of severe side effects or a reaction to the PRP. Some temporary side effects can occur, but these vanish within a few hours after the treatment. Common side effects post-PRP include:

  • Mild pain at the injection site
  • Scalp tenderness
  • Swelling
  • Mild headache
  • Itching
  • Temporary bleeding and bruising 

Can PRP Hair Therapy Make Your Hairs Thicker in Texture?

Individuals who experience too much hair fall and feel that their hair texture is changing are good candidates for this injectable cosmetic procedure. The platelet-rich plasma not only treats but nourishes the hair follicles allowing them to do better hair production. This wards off any hair thinning and brittleness. 

Our hair growth occurs in four stages. After completing the four phases, our hairs fall off, leaving room for more hair to grow and repeat the cycle. But when a person experiences hair loss and bald patches, no new hair growth occurs once a hair strand falls off. PRP for Hair Loss treats and heals the follicles and boosts their potential to grow healthier hair.

Cutera Aesthetics offers PRP for hair loss treatments at the most economical rates. Our experts take their time to understand your concerns and educate you about the treatment by offering a free-of-cost consultation beforehand.