HAIR LOSS

Research shows that male-pattern baldness affects half of all men by the time they turn 50, whilst at least 1 in 3 women will suffer from hair loss or reduced hair volume at some point in their lifetime. This is a serious condition that can deeply affect self-image. The loss or thinning of hair can be the result of a variety of factors- mainly hormonal imbalances, stress, illness, heredity, rapid weight loss, nutritional deficiencies, chemotherapy, or the side effects of some medications. Hair thinning or loss can affect people of any age or sex but is often an issue for most people who are aging. Although it can be prevented and reduced, one must always remember to modify their lifestyle to accelerate the results of the suggested treatment to you.

PLATELET RICH PLASMA (PRP)
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) for hair rejuvenation is a natural injectable treatment that stimulates hair follicles to promote hair growth and regeneration. The highly concentrated Platelet Rich Plasma, including essential growth protein factors is injected into the patient’s scalp are able to promote hair growth by stimulating the inactive follicles. This treatment is simple and safe involving just blood drawing, processing and re-injecting of these growth factors into the scalp to extend lifecycle of your hair follicles and prevent early regression as well as improve hair volume and thickness. Results are visible within 4-6 months. At least 6 sessions are recommended for best results. Regular treatments will help to maintain results.

BOTULINUM TOXIN
Recent preliminary findings have shown that Botulinum toxin injections into the scalp may effectively delay hair loss and even prevent baldness. This treatment is aim at improving the tissue surrounding the hair follicles by reducing scalp tension and increasing blood flow. When it is injected into the scalp, it reduces the work of the eccrine or sweat glands. As a result, we may not experience high amount of sweat. Botox injections can result in fewer incidences of frizz and the ability to go longer without washing the hair. This approach is commonly known as "Blotox," because the injections are reported to extend the life of a blowout.

MEDICATION
Used mainly for treating androgenic alopecia for male pattern baldness. This also occurs in women. Topical Minoxidil 3-5% and oral Finasteride (only for men) are effective in arresting hair loss and encouraging new hair growth.