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Do platelets really promote hair growth?
Platelets are the body’s very own form of soup stock, providing a rich concentration of growth factors that help heal wounds and regrow tissue. Platelet-rich plasma is one way to harness this power for healing purposes – it can be extracted from your blood in order to create an injectable substance that speeds up recovery time by facilitating cell restoration following surgery or injury.
Men and women everywhere are struggling with their hair. You can’t go anywhere these days without hearing about the latest products, treatments, or causes for it to grow back healthier than ever before! One of them has been called Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy (PRP) which was developed by a dermatologist in Canada as an injectable treatment that may stimulate cells in your scalp named dermal papilla cells – critical players when it comes to hair growth.
What is PRP and how does it work?
What are the pros and cons of doing a PRP treatment?
Perhaps you have noticed a small bald patch on your scalp. As we grow older, hair loss is more likely to happen and it may be caused by male pattern baldness (MPB). Hair transplants are one way of correcting this problem but would require expensive surgeries and downtime. Fortunately, there’s good news for those looking for an alternative treatment: the latest research shows that when combined with topical minoxidil or oral finasteride which can both counteract AGA conditions such as these because PRP triggers new growth in cells.