Hair Restoration & Revitalization
Triggers the natural hair growth process
Strengthens the hair follicles
Promotes regrowth and prevents hair loss
Improves density of hair
Adds shine to the hair
Prevents early gray hair
An Effective, Non-Invasive Treatment To Stop Hair Loss & Regrow New Hair!
Hair thinning and hair loss can be devastating, but the good news is that growth factors coming from PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) can stimulate the hair follicles and promote new hair growth. The PRP stimulates natural hair growth and strengthens the hair follicles to encourage regrowth and prevents hair loss.
What is PRP hair rejuvenation and restoration?
PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) is a non-surgical hair loss treatment that involves injecting platelets extracted from your own blood into the sculp to prevent a hair loss or restore thinning hair. Also, it is recommended as a maintenance for people with hair transplants.
How does PRP hair restoration works?
PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) contains growth factors that stimulate the dormant hair follicles and prevent a hair loss or promote the growth of new hair.
What are the steps of the procedure?
The hair restoration procedure is completed in just a few simple steps:
First, the topical anesthetic is applied to the scalp.
After that, your blood is drawn and processed, spinning out the Platelet-Rich Plasma or PRP for shot.
The PRP is then injected into the scalp.
Is PRP for hair restoration safe?
PRP therapy is a safe treatment because the PRP serum created from the patient's own blood and can not trigger allergic reaction or rejection.
What is the downtime after PRP hair restoration?
The is no downtime after PRP hair restoration treatment. Clients can go back to their regular activity right after.
How many sessions of PRP treatments are required for hair restoration?
This treatment requires four to six sessions and done once a month. The maintenance treatment done once every 6 months.
What else you need to know about PRP treatment?
Platelets are very vulnerable cells and can be easily altered. Only healthy platelets will give you a desired result. The technique used for blood drawing and spinning is extremely important as well as the equipment used for blood processing and PRP preparation. At BeRejuved we are certified by Cellular Medicine Association and maintain all the protocols for the PRP preparation and administration to deliver the best possible results.
What other procedure PRP hair rejuvenation and restoration can be combine with?
Scalp mesotherapy is a great addition to PRP hair restoration and rejuvenation.
What is Scalp Mesotherapy?
Scalp Mesotherapy is an injection of vitamins and minerals cocktail into the scalp.
What are the benefits of Scalp Mesotherapy?
The benefits of Scalp Mesotherapy is the direct delivery of vitamins and nutrients to the hair follicles that otherwise impossible to do with shampoo, masks and other home remedies. Scalp Mesotherapy aids in the growth and regeneration of hair, restores the hair structural integrity and elasticity, forming keratin fibers in hair. The hair becomes denser in structure, thicker, shiny and silky. It is a great solution for dandruff and split end, and a good prevention of early gray hair.
Scalp Mesotherapy can be combine with PRP Hair Restoration and used after Hair Transplant surgery.
Step 1 – Filler InjectionsA hyaluronic acid-based filler (like Restylane® or Juvéderm®) is injected precisely into target areas to help sculpt a younger appearing, yet natural-looking face. At Be Rejuved we take the time to understand your desired results before any injections so that we share a common focus.
Step 2 – Platelet-Rich PlasmaAfter using injectable fillers to achieve a more youthful appearance, we perform a standard blood draw. Your blood will be spun through a centrifuge to separate and isolate Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP), which is rich in growth factors and helps to regenerate the skin tissue.
Step 3 – PRP InjectionsOnce we have isolated the PRP created from the previous step, we administer it to key areas using a small needle. The growth factors in the PRP activate the process to generate newer and younger tissue.