PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) and Exosome therapies are innovative medical treatments that harness the body’s natural healing mechanisms to repair and rejuvenate tissues. PRP involves concentrating platelets from your own blood and injecting them into damaged areas to stimulate repair and growth, which is particularly effective for hair restoration. Exosomes, derived from cell cultures, are loaded with growth factors and proteins that signal cells to repair, making them a powerful ally in combating hair loss. These treatments are particularly adept at addressing hair thinning and loss on the scalp, but they also show promise in skin rejuvenation and other applications.
At On The Glow in Porter Ranch, CA, we specialize in these cutting-edge therapies to help our clients achieve their desired results. Whether you’re dealing with a receding hairline, thinning crown, or general hair loss, PRP and Exosome treatments could be the solution. Patients typically begin to see hair regrowth or improvements in skin texture within a few months after treatment, with results potentially lasting a year or more, depending on individual factors and adherence to maintenance sessions. If you’re ready to explore the benefits of PRP and Exosome therapies for hair restoration or skin rejuvenation, book an appointment at On The Glow and take the first step toward a fuller head of hair or a more youthful complexion!
Individuals experiencing hair loss, thinning hair, or seeking skin rejuvenation may be good candidates.
While results vary, many patients notice improvements within a few months following the treatment.
Results can last up to a year or more; maintenance treatments can extend these effects.
Downtime is minimal, with some patients experiencing mild swelling or redness at the injection site.
Avoid blood-thinning medications before treatment and follow post-care instructions provided by your specialist to ensure the best results.
The treatment involves a blood draw for PRP, blood processing, and injections into the treatment area. For Exosomes, the process involves direct injections of the exosome solution.
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