What is PRP Hair Restoration Treatment?
Liquid Gold Hair Restoration Treatment utilizes Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP), which is scientifically proven to restore hair loss by stimulating the activity of the hair follicles, regenerating hair growth and restoring hair volume. This non-surgical therapy is innovated in its applications from hair loss treatment to anti-aging treatments, and is even used to treat torn tendons and muscle injuries. Read on to learn everything you need to know about PRP Hair Restoration treatments:
Before You Schedule Your Treatment
Consider this treatment if you experience hair loss or thinning due to stress, changes in hormones and/or aging. The next step is to schedule a consultation. During your consultation, you’ll have the chance to discuss treatment options, plans, pricing, and any questions you may have about the procedure. Some frequently asked questions include:
- The science of PRP: How does PRP work?
- Is PRP safe?
- How is the PRP treatment procedure performed?
- Does PRP treatment hurt?
Before Your Appointment
Shampoo and condition your hair so that the scalp is clean prior to treatment. Remember that blood will be drawn, so ensure you have a good night’s rest and a meal prior to your appointment to prevent any common side effects including dizziness and nausea.
During Your Treatment
A small amount of blood will be taken from your arm. Red blood cells will be separated from the plasma to isolate the properties that will boost collagen and promote new cell growth. Only the platelet-rich portion of this plasma is utilized — it’s what contains these super-charged properties. The PRP is then placed right underneath the hair’s surface, a few millimeters into the scalp, so the platelets can get right to work.
After Your Appointment
Avoid using any products with chemicals in your hair for the next 72 hours, including hair dye and chemical permanents. You can expect light bruising for a few weeks after treatment.