Essential Hair Services

  • Natural Treatment

  • Chemical Stimuli

  • Hair Systems

  • Low Level Laser Light Therapy

  • Advanced Laser Therapy

  • O2 & Ozone Dermal Therapy

  • Quantum Therapy

  • Messotherapy (Botox Treatment & Nutri Derm Injections)

  • Surgical Treatment (Folicular Grafting, Unit Extraction Transplanting, Folicular Manipulation)

  • C3 (Cubed) Therapy

  • Plasma-Rich Platelets (PRP)
  • Future Treatment - DNA & Stem Cell

PRP - Platlete Rich Plasma Therapy

PRP, Platelet Rich Plasma Regenerative Injection Therapy, uses your own blood to stimulate your stem cells in your skin to create new collagen and this can also be used to stimulate hair growth.

WHAT IS PRP Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy

Platelet Rich Plasma can assist with hair regrowth in a safe, natural way by stimulating your own stem cells to make your hair grow. Repeat treatments are required & the results of hair regrowth are usually seen after a few months. If medically appropriate, certain prescribed medications, natural serums & laser treatments can enhance the result further.

How does PRP Platelet Rich Plasma work for hairloss treatment?

PRP is placed in the dermis, or skin layer thereby stimulating your skin to replace lost collagen as well as your hair follicles. This reinforced collagen structure provides a foundation for healthy collagen production which supports healthy follicular development.

PRP is SAFE?

PRP Platelet Rich Plasma is completely safe as we utilise your own blood which is specially treated so that it can be safely deposited back into your skin to grow your own collagen and stimulate your hair to grow.

What can you expect after being treated with PRP Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy?

The hair will be matted with PRP, which needs to be left in your hair overnight. After a gentle wash the next day, you will be able to attend to your normal activities. 

The treatment can last for several months before a further treatment is required.

Does it hurt?

Topical anaesthetic and local anaesthetic is applied to the region for one hour, making the area numb.

How long does it take?

You will need to put aside three hours.

Are there any side effects?

Like with anything that is administered by injections, you may have injection site discomfort, redness, bruising, bleeding, itching and swelling. Other side effects may include small lumps under the skin that are sometimes noticeable when pressing on the treated area. Most of these can be resolved spontaneously.