Scalp Regeneration

PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) is an innovative scientific treatment using one’s own blood. Our highly skilled clinical professionals can help in extracting platelets (an amazing cell only found in blood that changes shape with added growth factors) from your own blood by placing it in a centrifuge and splitting the blood from the plasma.

This amazing treatment is mainly used for hair restoration and growth, by injecting, microneedling or using a combination of the two, to help alter the hair growth cycle and heal damaged hair follicles, resulting in stimulating a new faster hair cycle. By using the PRP we can help influence the dermal papilla to produce a more faster hair cycle.

Alongside microneedling this treatment alone can increase the collagen cycle by 50%, help with improving the woven collagen fibres that result in better tissue formation and offer a more accelerated wound healing cascade.

Why KP Skin Clinic?

Our clinical therapists can help with treating numerous skin conditions and aid in clinical non-surgical hair restoration. By using the most advanced techniques and knowledge we can help trigger the body’s natural wound healing cascade at a more advanced and accelerated rate. Our experience allows us to tailor the PRP treatment to each individual and their concerns, with injections, alongside microneedling or both.

Frequently asked Questions?

Does this hurt?

You can expect some discomfort, as with any injectable or microneedling treatment, such as when drawing of the blood. However, when administering the treatment itself we like to use topical prescription numbing cream to help with discomfort to ensure you are as comfortable as possible.

How much does this cost?

Prices may vary on each individual and what they are wanting to achieve, a session for a small area would start at £299, increasing up to £499 per session.

Who is this treatment suitable for?

Both men and women looking to boost their hair health, wanting thicker and/ or stronger hair should benefit from this treatment.

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