Hair Loss Treatment
We lose up to 100 hairs per day, which is normal because we also grow new hair at the same time. However, excessive hair loss or hair thinning can significantly impact your physical appearance and self-confidence. Hair loss can be related to one or more of the following factors:
- Hormonal changes
- Medications and supplements
- Certain disease such as thyroid, diabetes or lupus
- Family history
- Poor nutrition
At Blue Cosmetic Clinic, we combine Laser Light Therapy and PRP to achieve optimal results.
HairRestart, or Laser Light Therapy, is an effective method for treating hair loss disorders. This innovative solution focuses on stimulating and restoring damaged hair follicles, resulting in hair growth. HairRestart delivers a highly controlled delivery of energy, ensuring your comfort. The overall effect is gentle heating of the skin and the production of growth factors.
PRP helps with hair loss by stimulating hair follicles in their growth phase.
The choice of treatment for hair loss depends on the underlying cause.
How Does PRP Works?
Blood is drawn from your arm and processed in a machine called a centrifuge. The centrifuge separates the blood’s components into three parts: platelets, white blood cells, and red blood cells. The concentrated platelets are then extracted and combined with the remaining plasma, which is injected into your scalp. This is a minimally invasive, non-surgical needle procedure that enhances your hair growth.
How Many Sessions is required?
6-8 sessions every month in a row, followed by booster sessions once every 3 to 6 months.
What is the recovery like?
There is little to no downtime for this procedure. You can return to your regular activities immediately afterward.
Does it hurt?
At Blue Cosmetic Clinic, we start by applying numbing cream to ensure our patients’ extra comfort. During the treatment, you may experience a slight pinch, but it is not painful.
Are there any side effects?
You may experience pain, headaches, and bleeding.
What is the Post Care?
Avoid showering, sun exposure, and exercise for 24 hours after the treatment. You may experience some soreness or pain at the treatment site, which usually resolves on its own after a few days. Avoid taking any anti-platelet medications, such as Aspirin, Ibuprofen, and Naproxen, for 2 weeks following your treatment.
If you experience soreness, you can apply heat for 10 minutes, three times a day for the first three days. Heat serves two main purposes: it helps improve blood flow to the area and increases platelet granulation and growth factors.