Environmental problems, stress, unhealthy eating, age-related changes all affect immune function. It affects your hair and scalp. Plasma lift can stop your hair from thinning and falling out. Plasma therapy enhances cell regeneration working from the inside of your hair. This effect cannot be achieved with hair serums or masks as they only work superficially.
Hair plasma lift is currently popular among both women and men. Hair loss can affect anyone, regardless of their gender or age; it is important to take care of your scalp. Recent experience shows that plasma lift is the the most effective scalp treatment technique. The procedure uses a patient's own biological material which is completely safe and will not rejected by the body.
Plasma therapy is used to treat:
- hair loss;
- increased production of sebum by the scalp sebaceous glands;
- brittle hair, split ends;
- dull hair after frequent blow drying, straightening, dyeing;
- thinning hair;
Plasma therapy includes a number of scalp deep recovery procedures. This course of treatment will add strength, elasticity and shine to your hair making it significantly fuller and thicker.
The treatment utilises the patient's own plasma derived from the blood the night before the procedure. This platelet-rich plasma stimulates collagen and elastin synthesis in the skin. Both components make your hair strong and shiny. They provide the hair follicles with the substances necessary for hair growth.
Avoid eating fatty, salty or smoked foods a few days before the procedure. You will need to wash your hair and drink more water immediately before the session. Avoid combing or touching your hair on the treatment day. Avoid visiting a steam room or a sunbathing salon after the procedure; do not wash your hair for 2 days; and you should also stay out of the sun.
Important! Contraindications for plasma lift:
- pregnancy and breastfeeding;
- blood disorder;
- coagulation disorder;
- conditions causing elevated body temperatures;
- a low blood platelet count;
- low haemoglobin and fibrinogen levels;
- inflammation at the injection site.