Does PRP Work for Hair Loss?

Updated: Jun 28


Did you know that according to Statista, the industry for hair loss products touched the $2.8 billion mark by the end of the year 2017? That’s indication doctors and researchers are constantly developing new products to help people with their hair loss issues. You’ve probably come across a whole range of treatment options that promise effective results, one of them being PRP hair treatments.


If you’ve been noticing more short, thin hairs at the temples, it could be a sign that your hair follicles are shrinking and becoming weaker. As a result, the follicles can no longer produce strong strands that can grow to their expected length. That’s when you notice hair loss or hair “miniaturization” as the beauty industry calls it. And, it is advisable to tackle the problem as early as possible.


Thirty people finished the study and results showed that PRP performed much better for hair loss than Rogaine. But the study also found that your level of platelets can affect how well your own plasma works for hair loss. A lower level of blood platelets may mean that PRP isn't as effective for you.

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