What is PRP?
PRP is a brilliant, innovative treatment used to help hair loss and skin concerns, benefiting from the top medical and aesthetic contributions using natural methods, therefore, having no possibility of side effects or allergic reactions. PRP hair treatment will transform your looks, revive your confidence and discover the fix to all your hair and skin concerns.
What does PRP stand for?
PRP stands for Platelet Rich Plasma. The plasma is taken from the blood using a centrifuge. A blood sample is taken and when spun at high speeds it forces the platelet-rich plasma to separate from the blood, which is then injected into the concerned area. This triggers a natural healing response in the damaged hair follicles. Over a course of 3 treatments, you will notice dramatically improved hair follicles which means faster and thicker hair growth.
Is PRP hair treatment good for alopecia areata?
A study recently published in the British Journal of Dermatology suggests new hope regarding PRP and alopecia. It was proved that PRP has even better results than the usual method of hair regrowth, steroid injections.
PRP uses naturally occurring substances found within the body therefore is usually favored as being a natural and organic treatment for hair loss.
How much does PRP hair treatment cost?
At the Dr Leah Clinic, we offer a course of 3 with our Senior Cosmetic Doctors for £1,800 and a top-up session after that for £600.
For PRP with Dr Leah, we offer a course of 3 for £2,100 and a top-up session for £700.
If you would like more information regarding our PRP hair treatment visit: PRP Hair Treatment from Dr. Leah Cosmetic Skin Clinics (drleah.co.uk)
Call: 020 7877 5999