Nonsurgical hair restoration combines collagen induction therapy with the power of PRP (platelet-rich plasma) or exosomes for long-term hair regrowth with little to no downtime. When PRP or exosomes are applied to areas of the scalp that have suffered thinning or baldness, they can jumpstart dormant follicles, stimulating them to produce hair. Barrett utilizes cutting-edge technology to maximize results using PRP and exosome treatments.
Is Hair Restoration right for you ?
Some hair loss, however, cannot be solved by stimulating the follicle. During your initial consultation, your injector will better understand your goals and complete an exam to determine whether this treatment is right for you.
How Does Nonsurgical Hair Restoration Work?
Collagen Induction Therapy treatments use tiny needles to create small punctures in the skin. This process triggers the body’s natural healing response, stimulates collagen production, and jumpstarts dormant hair follicles. When paired with PRP (platelet-rich plasma) or exosomes, patients experience enhanced results, faster healing, and increased long-term collagen stimulation and hair growth.
Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) is a naturally occurring substance in your blood that is rich in growth factors that stimulate collagen production, enhance tissue healing, and encourage hair growth among other things. A small amount of your blood is drawn and placed into a centrifuge to separate PRP from the rest of the blood cells. The PRP is then applied to the face topically and worked deep into the scalp using collagen induction therapy.
Exosomes used in facial treatments are sourced from regenerative cells containing a high concentration of growth factors, cytokines, and other bioactive molecules that promote tissue regeneration and stimulate long-lasting hair growth and collagen production. Exosomes are applied to the scalp in a liquid form and worked into the skin using collagen induction therapy.
The number of treatments needed will vary depending on your hair loss and goals for restoration. Most patients are advised treatment sessions every 4-6 weeks, with visible results seen after 1-2 sessions.
A topical numbing cream is applied to the scalp before treatment begins to ensure your comfort. Many patients report some tenderness to the scalp following the procedure.
Hair growth is gradual, so it may take several weeks to see significant growth. Patients may notice an increased thickness and improved texture of their hair, which will continue to improve over time.