PRP hair treatment involves drawing blood from the patient’s arm and centrifuging it to extract the plasma.

This plasma is then injected into the affected areas of the patient’s scalp, where blood supply to the hair follicles have weakened due to medical treatments, illness, stress or genetic reasons.

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy is a cutting-edge treatment that is showing great promise in the field of hair restoration. PRP therapy uses the patient’s own blood to promote healing and hair growth. The platelets in the blood are rich in growth factors and other proteins that are essential for tissue regeneration. When injected into the scalp, these growth factors can stimulate new hair growth and prevent further hair loss.

PRP therapy is still considered to be in the early stages of research, but preliminary studies have shown promising results. A study published in the International Journal of Trichology found that PRP injections improved hair density in patients with androgenetic alopecia (male pattern baldness). Another study published in Dermatologic Surgery found that PRP injections improved hair growth in patients with alopecia areata.

What happens before the procedure?

Prior to undergoing scalp PRP therapy, patients will need to consult with a hair restoration doctor to determine whether they are good candidates for the treatment. During the consultation, the specialist will assess the patient’s hair loss pattern and overall health to determine whether PRP therapy is right for them. If the patient is deemed a good candidate, they will then need to have their blood drawn.

What happens during PRP hair treatment?

The scalp PRP procedure is fairly simple. First, a small amount of blood is drawn from the patient. This blood is then placed in a centrifuge, which spins it and separates the platelets from the other blood cells. The platelets are then injected into the scalp in the areas where hair loss is occurring. The whole process takes less than an hour, and there is no downtime afterwards. Most patients see results within a few months, with continued improvement over the next year.

What happens after the treatment?

After the PRP Hair Treatment procedure, it is important to keep the area clean and dry for a few hours. You may also experience some numbness or tingling, which is also temporary. There is no further downtime and you can carry on with your routine activities from the next day.

Why choose Saints for PRP hair treatment?

Here at saints , we get excellent results from our PRP Hair Rejuvenation treatment that has been developed from a tried and tested regimen. We have the most proven and widely tested PRP system in the world!

Does PRP hair treatment hurt?

The injection is not painful, but the inflammation can cause soreness after the procedure. We’ll give you medication to help with any discomfort; you can also use heat packs or hot compresses to soothe your pain.

How long does PRP treatment last?

This needs careful assessment and depends on the severity of the original Hair Loss and results desired. Usually in women, top-up treatments are advised every 6-12 months to help maintain the rejuvenation and catch every hair cycle. With men, having the treatments more frequently is beneficial.

This will all be discussed with you during your consultation and be listed in your bespoke Treatment Plan after discussing your needs, lifestyle and budget.


How long does the procedure take?

It often takes between 30-45 minutes for a patient to get ready and have time to recover.

How quickly will PRP treatment work?

You should see your first results in 2-6 weeks. Many patients see great improvement within 6-9 months of the treatment.

What is PRP treatment aftercare?

You can resume normal activities within a few hours after PRP therapy and can carry out strenuous physical activities 24-hours post PRP.

What causes hair loss in women?

Hair loss is associated with follicle weakening. Specifically, the cause of hair thinning varies from woman to woman. Nearly four out of five women suffer hair loss due to their genetics. However, there are many other factors, including nutrition, age, stress, surgery and medications.

What causes hair loss in men?

Hair loss in men is primarily hereditary. It follows a specific, progressive pattern (male pattern hair loss) that is triggered by the hormone dihydrotestosterone (DHT). Just like in women, hair loss occurs when hair follicles weaken and stop producing new hair.

Who are the ideal candidates for prp treatment for hair loss?

If there is still “weak quality” hair growth on your scalp, where we can still see hair follicles, or if you have only small areas of alopecia areata, you could be an ideal candidate for this procedure.

How biotin works

PRP/plasmotherapy can tackle both male and female pattern baldness and alopecia as it encourages the growth of existing hair follicles, making your hair appear fuller without resorting to surgery. It is therefore the most natural way to stimulate hair growth.

Why are we add bioting? It is believed that the vitamin biotin improves the basic protein that makes up the hair, skin and nails. This basic protein is called keratin and needs biotin to be produced. Taking biotin and especially using it in injections improves your hair keratin infrastructure which translates into stronger and healthier hair. This is why combining biotin with other hair-loss procedures like Plasma therapy achieves faster results.


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  • boldness
  • fine fragile hair
  • slowed down hair growth