How The Science Works Behind PRP
The blood plasma used in the procedure contains active growth factors that can stimulate hair regrowth. Once your blood is drawn, it’s placed in a centrifuge machine to zero in on the enriched cells or platelets (PRP) and separate those from the rest of what makes up your blood. Then those specific beneficial platelets are used during the injection therapy. Those platelets have three times the normal blood values, then just the blood alone. Blood contains a bounty of red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets, and plasma. By isolating those special platelets, it’s going to in essence make using those powerfully enriched cells in the PRP Hair Loss therapy, more effective than most topical solution you can try at home.
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