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PRP Treatments

PRP for Hair Loss


Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) for hair loss is a non-surgical treatment designed to awaken dormant hair follicles, leading to increased hair growth and thickness. Ideal for individuals with thinning or balding hair, as well as those looking to proactively slow down future hair loss, PRP offers a promising solution to promote hair rejuvenation.

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  • Scalp

What It Treats

Hair loss, baldness, thinning of hair, slow progression of future hair loss

How It Works

PRP for hair loss treatments use the patient's own plasma which contains growth factors. PRP is injected into the scalp to provide nutrients for existing hair follicles and promote the growth of new follicles.

Pre Treatment

You must be well hydrated the day before and day of the procedure. It is not required but recommended to avoid the sun, alcohol, and ibuprofen the day before treatment.

Post Treatment

Some patients do experience discomfort in the immediate aftermath of the procedure, although most people do not report suffering any pain. It is possible that the procedure may cause some swelling and tenderness, but this should subside within one to three days. You may wear a loose hat to conceal any redness if desired.


What is PRP for hair loss?

PRP for hair loss is a non-surgical treatment that helps to reduce thinning of hair, baldness, and can slow the progression of future hair loss.

How does PRP for hair loss work?

Platelet-rich plasma is injected into your scalp. Platelet-rich plasma is a natural substance found within your blood. Once drawn, the PRP is separated from red blood cells in a centrifuge (spinning machine). PRP contains growth factors that help to increase blood flow and nutrients to the treated area.

What is a PRP hair loss treatment like?

First our Skincare Technician will draw your blood. The blood is placed into a centrifuge to spin which separates the PRP (platelet-rich plasma). A numbing agent is placed on the scalp. The PRP is then injected into the scalp using a microneedling (SkinPen) to push the platelets into the skin.

How long is the treatment?

The treatment takes a total of approximately 60 minutes.

How many PRP treatments are recommended for hair loss?

We recommend 4 treatments, 4-6 weeks apart.

What does maintenance look like?

We recommend 1 treatment every 4-6 months to maintain results.


Starting at $699


60 minutes


1-2 days

Number of Treatment

4 treatments, 4-6 weeks apart

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