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What is PRP Hair Growth? PRP Hair Growth, also known as Platelet-Rich Plasma therapy for hair restoration, is a non-surgical procedure that utilises the patient's own blood to promote hair growth and improve hair density. The procedure involves extracting a small amount of blood from the patient, processing it to isolate the platelet-rich plasma (PRP), and then injecting or applying the PRP directly into the scalp. PRP contains growth factors and other bioactive proteins that stimulate hair follicles, improve blood circulation to the scalp, and promote hair growth. 

Benefits of PRP Hair Growth: 

  • Stimulates hair follicles 

  • Promotes hair growth 

  • Increases hair thickness and density 

  • Improves overall hair health 

  • Minimises hair loss and thinning 

PRP Scalp




 Frequently Asked Questions: 

    • Is PRP Hair Growth painful?

      •  Discomfort during PRP treatment is usually minimal. Topical numbing cream may be applied to the scalp before the procedure to minimize any discomfort. 

    • How many sessions are required?

      • The number of sessions needed varies depending on individual hair loss concerns and goals. Typically, a series of treatments spaced several weeks apart is recommended for optimal results. 

    • Is there any downtime after the procedure?

      • There is usually minimal downtime associated with PRP Hair Growth treatment. Some individuals may experience mild redness or discomfort at the injection sites, but these side effects typically subside within a few hours to days. 



Aesthetic nurse Joanna will assess your scalp and hair loss pattern and discuss your concerns and goals. They will determine if PRP Hair Growth is the right treatment for you. 

Blood Draw and Processing:

A small amount of blood will be drawn from your arm, similar to a standard blood test. The blood is then processed in a centrifuge to separate the platelet-rich plasma (PRP) from other components 

PRP Application:

The PRP is either injected into the scalp in targeted areas of hair loss or applied topically through micro-needling or a specialised applicator. 

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