PRP and Laser completed simultaneously appear as the best treatment for hair loss. Our Platelet-Rich-Plasma and Laser Therapy is beneficial for two types of candidates: those who are diagnosed with Alopecia Areata on small areas and those who have weak quality of hair growth on their scalp. The non-surgical technique provides the optimum results to these candidates.
Did you know there are some important tips to acknowledge in order of getting the most out of your PRP? The therapy works great on the candidates who follow all the precautions which is advised before and after the therapy.
Let’s find out those precautions!
Use a top quality clarifying/cleansing shampoo and conditioner that nourishes your scalp and hair. Apply a nickel sized amount of shampoo and gently massage your hair. Rinse with lukewarm water so that skin pores will open.
Aloe Vera Gel
After shampooing your hair, apply the gel. The Aloe Vera plant has medicinal properties; it has been used for centuries to improve the health of the skin since it’s packed with all essential vitamins and nutrients that promote healthy skin cells.
Therefore, Aloe Vera gel is recommended to PRP candidates.
Diet & Nutrition
PRP experts guide you for special nutrition for the day prior and the day of the treatment.
3 cups of fruit: Berries, Banana, Pineapple, Mango & Citrus
5 cups of vegetables: spinach, carrot, sweet potato, kale, broccoli, green beans, peas, asparagus and dark colored lettuce
Note: Juice will be not considered an acceptable substitute for consuming the fruit and vegetables.
Food & Drinks to Avoid
At least two days prior of the PRP treatment, candidates are restricted to avoid particular types of food and drinks.
Hair loss is a devastating experience that affects one’s personality and self-confidence. According to scientific studies, men are more prone to lose their locks than women. However, there are myriad of hair loss treatments available to choose from and these treatments are primarily divided into two categories- surgical and non-surgical hair replacement therapies. You probably remember your dad or grandpa wearing those obnoxiously fake hair wigs and pieces. These days, the technology has come a long way with advancement in treatment to provide you with full head of hair. Before undergoing any treatment for hair loss, check out the prime differences between surgical and non-surgical hair replacement.
Surgical Hair Replacement Types &