PRP – Against hair loss, and for a younger skin
Information about PRP
PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma)
Plasma is the liquid part of your blood. It is mostly made up of water and proteins and acts as a transport fluid for red and white blood cells and platelets, so that they can get around the body. Trombocytes (platelets) are blood cells responsible for the clotting process and healing function in the body. Thrombocyte-activation has a key role in the body’s natural healing process.
In a PRP treatment, the customer’s own platelets are injected into the skin to speed up healing in case of damage. This allows your problem areas to be improved by the body’s natural healing process.
Before treatment begins, a nurse takes one or more tubes of blood from the patient. The blood is then centrifuged to divide plasma and platelets that are then pulled up in syringes used during the treatment. When the activated platelets are injected into the skin, the release of growth factors is triggered, which in turn stimulates an increase in the body’s restorative cells.
Are you bothered by hair loss?
Do you have thin hair, bald spots, declining hairline or impaired quality of hairs?
Do you have hereditary hair loss or been diagnosed with Alopecia areata?
Maybe you may have undergone a major life crisis, been stressed or had a severe infection with a high fever that led to hair loss and thin hair?
PRP is a well-documented treatment to slow hair loss and stimulate hair growth.
The treatment is 100% natural and without chemicals. We treat your own blood with the aim of safeguarding certain proteins that stimulate growth and slow hair loss. The technique can also be used on skin and is an effective way to slow down aging and stimulate the formation of collagen.
PRP treatment of the scalp stimulates circulation and contributes to the formation of blood vessels. Good circulation leads to increased oxygenation and nutritional access for the hair follicles. Studies have shown that PRP treatment can slow hair loss and activate hair to grow again.
In some cases, the purpose of the treatment is to slow hair loss and improve the quality and thickness of hair, especially in people who have a genetic predisposition for hair loss.
The result usually appears a few months after the first reading.
In most cases, 3-4 treatments are recommended, three to four weeks apart, to achieve the best results.
How a PRP-treatment is performed.
At a PRP treatment, blood is drawn from your armfold to test tubes under sterile forms. The blood is then centrifugated to separate the red blood cells from the yellow plasma, which contains the platelets. This plasma is then injected into the hairbottom with a very thin needle.
For added comfort, you are offered local anesthesia of the area to be treated. If you are active and “on the go”, you can return to your customer contacts and meetings shortly after the treatment.
At your first treatment, we go through your initial situation and photograph the treatment area before the planned start of the treatment.
If necessary, we check your scalp and hair follicles with a macro-camera.
You will be told what realistic expectations you can have on the result and tips and advice to create the best conditions for a successful result.
Side effects from PRP?
PRP-treatments are completely harmless as you are only supplied with endogenous material. You are not supplied with any chemicals, and the treatment is 100% natural.
There are no side effects but you can get a bruise after the needle sting in the arm fold where the blood has been taken.
You may feel a “tingling” and sometimes a little itching on the scalp or skin in the first few hours.
It is recommended not to touch or scratch the scalp or skin for the next few hours after treatment to avoid an infection.
Recommendations before PRP
Two weeks before treatment, it is recommended to exclude the following foods and substances as they adversely affect platelets in this context:
- Medicines containing aspirin, for example Treo, Magnecyl, Bamyl and Aspirin
- Drugs that are so-called NSAIDs; Such as
- Voltaren, Ipren, Ibumetin, Diclofenac and Naproxen (also gel)
- Supplements containing vitamin E, Omega 3 and fish oil
- Lingonberries, ginger and red wine
PRP pricesPRP-prices are listed including VAT, since they are performed for aestethic reasons and are therefore automatically taxable.
|PRP for hairloss||Singel treatment||Package (4 treatments)|
|Whole head||SEK 3.900||SEK 14.000|
|Half head||SEK 3.500||SEK 12.600|
|Front/patch||SEK 2.000||SEK 7.200|
|2nd area/patch||SEK 1.500|
|PRP Face||Singel treatment||Package (4 treatments)|
|Face||SEK 3.900||SEK 14.000|
|Head + face (same occasion)||SEK 5.400|
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