Do you have low capillary density? Do you notice that you are losing quantity and quality of hair? In addition to taking care of your diet and lifestyle to stop hair loss, there are aesthetic treatments that can help you, such as PRP or Platelet Rich Plasma. We tell you more about what it is, what the process consists of and how it can help you improve hair health and hair quality.
Capillary PRP is a non-invasive and rapid technique that obtains plasma enriched in platelets from the patient’s own blood by means of a simple extraction and which is applied by means of infiltrations into the scalp to improve circulation and increase the cell proliferation of the hair follicles. In addition to promoting the production of collagen, hyaluronic acid and elastin, it also does not need special care after application, except to avoid massaging the scalp and not to use a strong shampoo.
How do you obtain Capillary PRP?
It is obtained from the patient’s own blood. To do this, a simple blood draw is carried out and the test tubes are introduced into a centrifuge machine that separates the different components: white blood cells, red blood cells, platelets and plasma.
For hair treatment, the lower part of the plasma is extracted, the one richest in platelets that contains proteins and growth factors that promote cell growth and help to regenerate tissues and activate hair follicles.
And now, what does the treatment consist of?
After taking the blood and making the Capillary PRP preparation, it will be applied to the scalp through injections to reach the deepest layer of the skin.
In the treatment of Capillary PRP it is carried out in aesthetic centers in several sessions, it is usually one session a month during the first 3 months and then repeat the application every 3-6 months.
If you have more questions regarding this treatment or if you want to apply it, we will gladly assist you, you can contact us through the direct to schedule your appointment.
In conclusion, it is an excellent hair loss treatment option because it has a series of scientifically based articles showing its effectiveness in increasing hair count, hair thickness and the growth phase of the hair cycle.