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PRP TREATENT - Liverpool

What is PRP?

PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) is an effective remedy for hair loss in both men and women, PRP Therapy utilizes your own plasma to rejuvenate and stimulate hair regrowth. This treatment has been used in medicine for many years to treat a variety of health conditions, including arthritis, wound healing and even in heart surgery to repair tissue. The good news for anyone suffering from thinning hair, is that plasma can help boost hair follicle activity and encourage new hair growth. PRP treatment is available in our Liverpool clinic and carried out by a registered medical professional.

How it works:

step 1. You have your blood taken from your arm by our experienced Nurse.

step 2. Your blood is spun on high speed in a machine.

step 3. Once your blood has spun for a short while, the red & white blood cells separate, these white blood cells are called PLASMA, also known as 'liquid gold'

step 4. The plasma is then injected into the hair follicles. with a very small & fine needle. 

Who is PRP for?

PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) hair regrowth treatment in our clinic in liverpool is suitable for a range of individuals who are experiencing hair loss or thinning hair. It can be beneficial for:

  1. Androgenetic Alopecia (Male and Female Pattern Baldness): PRP treatment is often used to address genetic hair loss, which is the most common cause of hair thinning in both men and women.

  2. Alopecia Areata: PRP may help individuals with alopecia areata, an autoimmune condition causing patchy hair loss.

  3. Postpartum Hair Loss: Women experiencing hair loss after pregnancy may find PRP treatment beneficial in regenerating lost hair.

  4. Thinning Hair: If you have general hair thinning or reduced hair density without a specific underlying condition, PRP can help stimulate hair growth and increase thickness.

  5. Hair Loss Due to Medical Conditions: Some medical conditions or treatments (e.g., chemotherapy) can lead to hair loss. PRP may aid in hair recovery in such cases.

  6. Early Stages of Hair Loss: PRP is often more effective in the early stages of hair loss when hair follicles are still active.

  7. Preventative Care: Some individuals choose PRP as a preventative measure to maintain their existing hair and prevent future hair loss.

  8. Hair extension damage: Having extensions for prolonged periods can cause patches of hair loss. PRP can be particularly beneficial for this problem


1. How to prepare for your PRP treatment in Liverpool?
Please attend your PRP appointment with product free hair. At least five days before your procedure, discontinue anti-inflammatory medications. On the day of your procedure, eat a full, healthy breakfast and be sure to drink lots of water.

2. Is PRP treatment safe for hair loss?
Yes, PRP and PRF treatments are considered safe because they use your body's natural components, reducing the risk of allergic reactions or side effects. 

3. How long does a PRP session typically take in our Liverpooll clinic?
A session usually takes around 45 minutes to an hour, including preparation and the injection process.

4. How many PRP sessions are needed for noticeable results?
The number of sessions varies from person to person, but most individuals see great improvement after a series of 3 PRP treatments spaced about a month apart.

5. Is there any downtime after PRP treatment in Liverpool?
You may experience some redness or mild swelling at the injection sites, but you can typically resume regular activities immediately. It is normal to have tenderness of the scalp for 2-5 days. It is however important to avoid alcohol for 2 days before and after your session. 

6. Does PRP hurt?
The procedure is relatively painless & a small vibration device is used to minimise discomfort.

7. Are the results of PRP treatments permanent?
PRP and PRF treatments can stimulate hair regrowth, but maintenance sessions may be needed to sustain results over time. After finishing your course of treatments in our Liverpool Clinic, we recommend one session every 6 months for upkeep.

8. Does PRP therapy work for all types of hair loss?
PRP and PRF therapy tend to be most effective for individuals with early-stage hair loss or those experiencing hair thinning.

PRP is also recommended to undergo multiple sessions of PRP after a hair transplant. PRP therapy can also be highly effective in women suffering from post partum & menopausal hair thinning & hair loss.

9. Are there any side effects associated with PRP therapy?
Side effects are generally mild and may include minor discomfort, redness, or swelling at the injection sites

If you have any more questions, drop us a message or book in our Liverpool clinic for a consultation with Amy, PRP Specialist.

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