Treat your beard hair using our unique, minimally invasive Platelet- Rich Plasma (PRP) hair treatment. This one-of-a-kind treatment harnesses the incredibly powerful, natural healing power of your body’s own PRP to stimulate your hair follicles, providing you with fuller, healthier and thicker beard.
A full thick beard is very desirable especially if you have gaps and unevenness in your beard, moustache and chin. PRP Beard Restoration not only stimulates healthy hair growth, but improves blood circulation, promotes tissue healing and the production of growth factors that lead to cell regeneration.
Minimal discomfort (with the use of numbing cream)
The London PRP Hair/Beard Restoration Treatment has 3 steps, which is as follows:
1. First, a small sample of your blood will be drawn from your arm and collected in a special tube. This tube is then placed in a device called a centrifuge.
2. Next, the blood sample is centrifuged. The centrifuge is used to separate the platelets from the whole blood cells, creating your own Platelet Rich Plasma.
3. With the prepared syringes, the highly concentred PRP is extracted and ready to be strategically injected into certain areas of the scalp or face where the hair is thinning / hairless / balding.
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy for hair loss is a recent breakthrough with many extensive scientific and academic studies that supports and confirms the use of PRP injections as an effective form of cosmetic treatment to treat hair loss and help the regrowth and regeneration of hair follicles.
As with all cosmetic treatments, the ultimate success relies on the individuals biological and genetical characteristics, lifestyle factors, other causes of their hair loss, their hair texture and density.
At Dermamina London, we will go through a thorough consultation before the treatment begins in order to create a personalised treatment plan tailored to your needs and suitability.
Recent developments in restoration and growth medicine have shown that combining Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) and Mesotherapy has been successful in the hair strengthening and growth in men and women of all ages.
PRP therapy for hair is a minimally invasive, non-surgical procedure that promotes healthy hair growth using your body’s own natural growth elements, making your thinning hair grow back thicker, fuller and stronger.
Mesotherapy for hair is a non-invasive and non-surgical technique done by injections of specialised cocktails into the mesoderm or middle layer of the skin/scalp. The elements contained in the superficial microinjections contain ample nutrients and growth factors, needed for the strengthening and survival of hair follicles.
By combining mesotherapy and PRP, you can gain the benefits of both, allowing Dermamina London to fully utilise the healing capabilities of the PRP and the unique fusion of cocktail of mesotherapy that is needed to stimulate hair follicles and promote a healthy scalp.
Platelet Rich Plasma treatment London utilises the two beneficial growth stimulating components of your blood: Plasma and Platelets.
Plasma is a liquid component found in our blood along with platelets, red blood cells and white blood cells. Each of these components have different functions in the body. Plasma contains ample growth factors, nutrients and bioactive proteins, which helps the regrowth of your cells and tissue restoration. Platelets are tiny blood cells that circulate within our blood and bind together when they recognize damage and form blood clots (mesh) to prevent any bleeding and stimulate healing.
These powerful blood components are extracted and reinserted into the beard. They then work together with the natural restorative capacities in the body to stimulate and repair hair follicles, resulting in the strengthening of your hair and great improvements in beard hair growth .
The treatment is minimally invasive and generally painless. The needles used for injecting are among the thinnest, making the procedure virtually painless. Local anaesthetic cream is also available if required.
For a full course treatment, six sessions are needed; first three to four sessions are one month apart, followed by further 3 to 2 sessions once every three months thereafter. Maintenance treatments once or twice a year if needed. We will work together with you to create a treatment plan tailored to you, in order to achieve optimal results.
We start the appointment with a thorough consultation to understand your requirements and suitability. Once we have a full understanding and you’re happy to proceed, we start the treatment.
As the treatment is performed using only natural and safe injections of one’s own blood, there is no foreign substance and thus having an allergic reaction or side effects to the substance is very unlikely. Like with every injectable treatment, there may be some redness and swelling and a slight discomfort at the injected areas. This is nothing to be concerned about and will subside within a few days following the treatment.
Yes, PRP treatments are safe. It is a 100% natural procedure using your own blood. PRP treatments, for many years have been and are currently in use for medical purposes, such as healing of injured muscles and joints, tendons and ligaments.
In the case of changing your mind after the consultation, you will be charged £20 for the consultation and the remaining will be refunded or can be used towards another treatment.
No recovery time is needed, you can get straight back to your daily activities right after the treatment. It is advised to let the skin heal for 24 hours by making sure you do not wash your beard or apply any pressure directly to the area, following each session for 24 hours.
Please also avoid any dirt or sweat in the area to prevent any infection. Further post treatment advise will be explained during the consultation provided.
In order to be certified as Save Face Accredited, we were independently evaluated against a rigorous set of standards.
Save Face is a Professional Standards Authority-accredited register that is recognised by the Government, the Department of Health, and NHS England.