HAIR LOSS TREATMENTS

MALE & FEMALE HAIR LOSS -  WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Although there are a number of reasons why people may lose their hair such as stress and anxiety, it is estimated that 30 Million women and 50 Million men experience hair loss as a result of genetics. 
 
The most common form of hair loss is Androgenetic Alopecia often known as Male and Female Patterned Baldness. This condition is caused by Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) which attacks to the hair follicles causing them to get smaller which results in thinner hair and continues until the hair follicle no longer produces any hair at all (except for around the back and sides of the head).  

There are a number of indicators that you are losing your hair however some of the most common are?

  • Noticing Hair getting thinner

  • Hair is receding or your crown is becoming more visible

  • Notice more hair coming out when washing your hair or styling

  • Your Pillow has noticeably more hair on it. 

Hair Loss Treatments Asthetik Londn

WHAT CAN BE DONE? 

The good news is that unless you have completely lost most or all of your hair then Asthetik London can help.

A surge in the popularity of Hair Loss Treatments has meant a lot of investment in clinical research and development of evidence based treatments such as Platelet Rich Plasma and Prescription grade Topical Hair treatments such as Minoxidil and Finasteride.

We have achieved great results with many clients both Male and Female here at Asthetik London.

PLATELET RICH PLASMA (PRP)

PRP stimulates damaged hair follicles to regenerate and promote hair regrowth to areas of the scalp suffering hair loss/thinning by injecting into the specific areas, improving blood flow and reducing inflammation around the hair follicles allowing healthy new cell production.


One of the most appealing aspects of PRP is that no artificial chemicals or toxins are used, just your own blood which has been treated and re-injected into your body.
 

PRP is a suitable treatment for:

Androgenic Alopecia (male/female balding)

Alopecia areata

Hair thinning 

Hair transplants

Benefits of PRP

Accelerates hair regrowth

Improves hair density

Improves appearance of hair thickness and condition

Helps boost self confidence

Results and duration of PRP therapy for hair loss will vary for each client depending on purpose of treatment.  Contact us to discuss your hair loss concerns and how we can help you with treatment specific to your individual needs.

TREATMENT PRICING

Individual Treatment - £400

Course of 3 - £1000 - save £200

TREATMENT FACTS

Areas Treat​

Hair

Procedure Time

Varies depending on Treatment

Risks

Vary depending on Treatment.  Discussed in Consultation 

Recovery Time 

Immediately

Resume Activities

Immediately **

Results & Duration

Min 6 Months +*

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Frequently asked questions

What happens during PRP treatments?


After a Full Consultation and Assessment, a small sample of blood is drawn from a vein in the arm. The sample is processed using a centrifuge to separate the platelets from the blood. The platelet plasma is then centrifuged again to produce the injectable protein liquid. The protein liquid is then injected into area to be treated. If PRP therapy is used alongside microneedling; the protein liquid is applied directly to the skin.




How long does PRP treatment take?


Preparation and processing of the PRP liquid takes around 20minutes and around 30-45 minutes for delivery of the treatment.




Is there any discomfort during PRP treatment?


As with all procedures involving needles, there may be slight discomfort at site of injection. An atopic anaesthetic cream can be applied to area prior to treatment to alleviate sensation.




What is the downtime of PRP treatment?


There is very little downtime to this treatment and there are no lasting side effects from PRP treatment so normal activity can resume immediately. Clients may experience localised irritation/discomfort, swelling and redness from treatment, this typically subsides around 24-48 hours. Anti-inflammatory pain relief such as Ibuprofen should not be used as it will interfere with the healing process affecting outcome of treatment. Small bruising from blood extraction/injection site may occur. It is recommended to refrain from excessive exercise and minimise UV exposure for 24-48 hours after treatment.




How many PRP treatments will I need?


Usually 3 Treatments are required, with each treatment being 3-4 weeks apart. Treatment can be repeated as maintenance every 6 months if required. Results can vary between patients. The noticeable effects of PRP on Hair Loss is usually around 6 months. The Hair grows in 3 stages, Anagen, Catagen and Telogen and the life cycle of these 3 stages is approximatley 3 months. As the current hairs are gat different stages in the cycle, we must allow the current hairs fall out so that they can be replaced with new stronger, healthier hairs when the cycle restarts.