How Effective Are PRP Hair Replacements Treatments for Women?

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While hair loss is seen more often in men, hair loss or androgenic alopecia is also quite a common issue faced by women across the globe. To address the symptoms of female hair loss many women have been looking for suitable hair restoration treatments which include PRP or platelet-rich plasma injections. 

So how effective are PRP hair replacement treatments for women? As the solution used in PRP therapy has several growth factors that are beneficial to hair growth, the treatment has been found to be highly effective for women and men struggling with pattern hair loss or hair growth in general. 


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Effectiveness of PRP Injections for Women

PRP injections make use of platelet-rich plasma that contains high concentrates of growth factors that aid in the healing process of the body. Like any other part of your body, the growth factors will stimulate cell healing and proliferation which includes the cells in your hair follicles. 

This is why PRP therapy for hair loss is great for women and men. The solution used in the treatment stimulates cell growth, collagen production, the natural healing processes of your hair follicles which in turn produce hair regrowth. 

No matter the type of hair loss, PRP will most likely be one of the more effective non-surgical and minimally invasive treatments to treat female pattern hair loss or baldness. 

Benefits of PRP Injections

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Platelet-rich plasma injections have a slew of advantages for those who get them, like boosting collagen production and improving hair health. PRP therapy also gives long-lasting results even if it’s a non-surgical procedure.

1) Boosts Collagen Production

With PRP hair restoration treatments, women with thinning hair or baldness will most likely benefit from the boost in the body’s natural collagen production. Thanks to the solution used in the treatment, the growth factors as well as the needle application can all help collagen and cell proliferation occur in areas of balding. 

As a key building block in the makeup of human skin and hair, a boost in collagen helps the body create more keratin, which is the main protein needed for hair growth. With a more abundant supply of keratin, your hair follicles can enter the active phase of hair growth and begin producing new strands of hair. 

2) Improves Pre-Existing Hair Health

Aside from the boost in collagen and subsequent hair growth, PRP hair restoration treatments can also help improve the appearance of the existing hair you already have. It has been said that PRP injections can actually increase the diameter of your hair strands resulting in thicker and denser hair

In addition to this, PRP can also help keep the hair cycle in its active phase meaning that your hair will most likely be able to grow healthier and longer than before. 

3) Non-Surgical 

PRP is a non-surgical treatment option for hair loss. While the entire procedure will be done in a doctor’s office or clinic, you won’t need to go under the knife. At most, a local or topical anesthetic will be applied to numb out the scalp area as it may be sensitive to the needle used. 

After that, a few injections will be directly administered to your scalp and the balding areas to stimulate natural hair growth. You may experience some discomfort or pain in the injection site, but for the most part, you should be able to continue the rest of your day as usual after your treatment for hair loss. 

4) Long-Lasting Results

Though PRP hair restoration treatments don’t offer permanent results, they do have relatively long-lasting benefits. After your initial round of treatments, you should see the results last for about 18 months up to 2 years. 

During this time you should see active hair growth and an improved appearance of hair. How long the results last will mainly depend on the severity of your hair loss condition, however, some people take oral or topical hair loss treatments to help maintain the results of their PRP treatment. 

If you choose to maintain the result, you can schedule additional treatments once you see a decline in the quality of hair. 


Specifically formulated for the scalp, PEP Scalp is a groundbreaking alternative to PRP treatment for hair and scalp rejuvenation. It helps patients achieve similar results without the need to invest in a centrifuge.


Alternative Treatments For Female Hair Loss

If you find PRP treatments unfit for your needs and hair loss issues, you can always opt for other types of treatments. Some of these treatments are hair transplant surgery and non-surgical hair restoration, among many others. If you want to explore your options to address your hair loss issues, consult with a trusted hair loss treatment specialist.

1) Hair Transplant Surgery

Hair transplant surgery is often used to treat both male and female baldness. In order to promote hair growth in areas of baldness, a piece of your scalp at the base of your head is often grafted to be inserted into areas with hair loss. 

Once the area has healed the relocated hair follicles will help produce a bit of hair growth and give you the appearance of denser-looking hair. While hair transplants do require you to undergo a surgical procedure, it’s considered a ‘one-and-done’ hair growth treatment. 

This means that once you have completely healed from the procedure, it’s likely that you won’t need any follow-ups to maintain the results. 

2) Non-Surgical Hair Restoration

There are several hair loss treatments available for women that work to varying degrees. If you would prefer to take an oral or topical treatment, minoxidil is an FDA-approved treatment for hair loss that benefits from being used with light therapy. 

If your hair loss is due to a hormonal imbalance, taking hormone regulating pills like birth control or spironolactone may help treat your female pattern hair loss. Lastly, similar to PRP injections, you could have corticosteroids shots or topical corticosteroid treatments. 

Like PRP injections, corticosteroids can be directly injected onto any balding area and promote hair growth. While its topical counterpart is slightly less effective, they still have been shown to promote a bit of hair growth when applied directly to the scalp. 

It’s important to note that these non-surgical treatments can help address hair loss issues but will require additional treatments and maintenance as the results aren’t permanent.

Get Quality Hair Loss Solutions at FACE Med Store

PRP injections is a great hair replacement or hair restoration treatment for both men and women. With the high concentrations of growth factors found in the treatments, individual patients are sure to see hair growth in just a couple of weeks. However, with the solution administration requiring needling, some people may be opposed to the procedure. 

For topical treatments that can visibly improve the appearance of hair, you can try PEP Factor at FACE Med Store today. To help you achieve your hair goals, PEP Factor is made of bFGF and copper peptides that are used in conjunction with Ultra-ReGen LED. With its topical formulation, you’re likely to see results in 2 to 4 weeks after treatment. To get PRP therapy, PEP Factor, or other hair loss treatments, contact us today to see our stock list.

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