Platelet Rich Plasma is obtained from the patient as described above, and the PRP is either injected into the face or rubbed into the top layers of the skin. A microneedle device runs over the top layer of skin to rejuvenate the skin and also to push the PRP into the top layers of the skin. bathed on the top of the skin.
PRP is a new and extremely promising treatment for hair loss, specifically male and female pattern hair loss, as well as post-partum hair loss. A typical treatment course involves 3-4 treatments spaced one month apart. PRP involves drawing blood from the patient, processing the blood, and then injecting the blood into the scalp. Plasma is a component of the blood that contains white blood cells and platelets that are high in protein and support cell growth. By injecting PRP into the damaged tissues, it helps stimulate the activity of the hair follicles and promote healing.