To start PRP for Hair Loss Treatments – we recommend:
PRP is like fertiliser – the longer you continue to use it – the stronger and healthier your hair will become!
It is important to note that the results listed above, will continue to develop and enhance over time. For example, our before and after photos in our PRP for Hair Loss gallery all received PRP for Hair Loss Treatments for a minimum 12 months before they achieved the results shown. Remember, your hair grows slowly. Therefore PRP requires time to grow thicker, healthier and fuller hair. The best thing about PRP is that PRP requires NO DAILY DRUGS or CHEMICALS (as compared with finasteride and minoxidil hair loss treatments).
Notice the first before and after photo below. The first photo shows the patient with longer hair and the hair has commenced becoming grey. The second photo is 2 years later, the hair is shorter and the patient has coloured their hair to conceal their grey hairs. The third photo shows the patient a further 9 months into the future, and this time the hair is thicker, fuller and it has also been coloured to hide the grey hair as well. This patient ONLY received PRP treatments from Great Directions and also used the Bosley Professional Shampoo and Conditioner combined with the skin needling roller and the Great Directions Aloe Vera Gel. No Finasteride, Minoxidil, Hair Transplants and no Lasers were used by this patient from November 2012 to August 2015.
What considerations need to be made when reviewing treatment timings?
In order to see improvements and benefits as a result of doing our PRP for Hair Loss Treatments, it is important to understand that the MORE thoroughly a patient prepares for their upcoming PRP treatment = the more likely the patient will experience improvements FASTER than a patient who does not prepare themselves as well.
However, please remember, if you have genetic hair loss, each person’s genetic predisposition to hair loss will depend on the below factors:
The above points are only SOME of the factors that need to be considered when considering how many PRP treatments you will need before experiencing improvements to the health of your hair or to see improvements to your face and skin.