Hair has stages. An elongation phase lasting an average of 4 years, a short stagnation phase lasting 2-3 weeks, followed by a molt phase lasting an average of 3 months.
Then, after a resting phase that lasts for 2 to 5 months, a new life process begins and a new strand of hair grows. This process takes about 4 years and is repeated about 25 times in a person's lifetime. Approximately 6 percent of 100–150 thousand hairs are in the shedding phase, and 1 percent are in the stagnation phase.
An average of 60 strands of hair fall naturally every day. Hair growth phases change due to hormonal changes during pregnancy. Therefore, more spills may occur. Especially after birth, a sudden and rapid shedding process begins. The most appropriate treatments during this period may be:
PRP treatment is one of the most important hair loss treatments today. PRP is a new-generation treatment method and is the abbreviation of the treatment method called "Platelet Rich Plasma".
This application is based on the principle that a small amount of blood taken from a person is centrifuged into a special tube and separated into its components, and the small amount of "platelet-enriched plasma" (PRP) obtained is returned to the same person. by injection.
3–4 sessions are applied with an interval of 2 weeks. The results are satisfactory. It is an effective form of treatment applied to the face, neck, and décolleté area in the treatment of anti-aging, that is, skin rejuvenation.
It is another treatment method. Scalp mesotherapy is a form of treatment that can be applied to the scalp once a week to stop hair loss, improve the quality of existing hair, and activate new hair growth.
Blood circulation in the application area is increased by injecting special vitamin, mineral, and protein mixtures into the scalp. The increased blood flow to the hair follicles helps them to be nourished and develop better. In addition, mesotherapy is a method used in skin rejuvenation and cellulite treatment.