PRP hair loss treatment in london




Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy exists for more than a decade. PRP is efficiently used in various medical treatments including treating hair loss. This is one of the most popular non-invasive hair loss treatments on the market today. In fact, Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a non-invasive, non-surgical procedure for hair regrowth. It is widely used for treating thinning hair and slowing or stopping the progression of hair loss. That is why it is also referred to as the Golden liquid because of its colour and its impact.

This is due to the benefits of a high concentration of platelets in plasma vs normal blood. The platelet-rich plasma contains growth factors (such as TGF-beta, PDGF-AB, bFGF, IGF, VEGF, and EGF) and bioactive proteins (globulin, albumin, fibrinogen), nutrients, vitamins, hormones as well as electrolytes. All of that helps accelerate tissue repair and regeneration.

Losing excessive hair can be very distressing and can have an impact on your confidence. Thankfully, PRP hair loss treatment can be effective and potentially a good option. Learn more about Platelet-Rich Plasma treatment for hair loss and hair thinning issues.

Platelet Rich Plasma Hair Restoration

The PRP contains three to five times the number of platelets in natural blood, and these platelets contain growth factors that are known to be effective for wound healing. A new development in regenerative medicine, PRP is now being used in various applications, including cosmetic treatments to help skin regenerate and stay young and firm, in addition to stimulating natural hair growth in men and women with thinning hair. If you feel your hair is showing signs of thinning or receding, perhaps it’s time to schedule a  hair loss consultation (50 GBP that can be redeemed against the treatment) at Nar London, Harley Street.

Some patients do not want to undergo a hair transplant procedure. Others are experiencing the early stages of thinning and hair loss and are looking for a natural, non-invasive treatment. PRP hair restoration is a regenerative therapy used to stimulate healthy cell growth. As the PRP develops from your blood, there is no concern about adverse reactions to the treatment. As we age, the hair follicles’ hair quality can diminish, with strands becoming finer and thinner. Aging hair follicles stop producing thick, healthy hair, or eventually, any hair at all – but they are still present in the scalp. At Nar London in Harley Street, our PRP hair restoration is a treatment geared towards regenerating existing hair follicles, allowing them to produce thicker, healthier strands.


Understanding PRP for Hair Loss

In the past few years, doctors began to introduce PRP therapy in treating hair loss as research has shown that the high concentration of platelets in plasma is efficient to regrow hair in both men and women suffering from excessive hair loss, hair thinning and pattern baldness.

PRP (platelet-rich plasma) for hair loss is a treatment involving taking a small quantity of blood from a patient, separating out the growth factors and other bioactive proteins using a dedicated centrifuge. The enriched plasma is then injected into the scalp areas at the level of the hair follicle. Consequently, the platelets are rich in growth factors and help stimulate the hair follicles and promote new hair regrowth.

The PRP injection goes across the scalp, approximately every cm, over the area of thinning hair. The technique is meticulous and involves minimal discomfort as we use the painless U225 mesogun. Moreover, there is little to no downtime after the PRP treatment and it is totally safe.

At Nar London, Harley Street clinic, we use Swiss Regen Lab tubes and centrifuges for the PRP protocol. Swiss Regen Lab products are of high quality and have one of the highest platelet concentration factor procedures used in London.

At Nar London, we have helped thousands of people regrow hair using the PRP technique.

Who is Suitable for PRP Treatment for Hair Loss?

  • Suitable for female hair loss;
  • Suitable for male hair loss;
  • Anyone with thinning hair;
  • Anyone suffering from excessive hair loss;
  • Patient looking for a natural, non-invasive hair growth treatment;
  • Women who notice hair loss post-pregnancy;
  • Women observing hair change following menopausal period;
  • Patient with androgenic alopecia;
  • Patients who want to strengthen their hair follicles even if no excessive hair loss.

At Nar London, we offer a free initial consultation to help you identify if you are a good candidate for PRP treatment.

What can PRP achieve?

The results can vary from person to person. We cannot promise that this treatment will work for you. This said, we and many studies have observed the following benefits of PRP for hair:

  • Slow or stop hair loss;
  • Stimulate dormant and existing follicles;
  • Significantly increase of hair regrowth;
  • Stimulate the production of new healthy cells;
  • Can decrease hair dystrophy;
  • Non-invasive treatment option in Alopecia areata;
  • Fuller and healthier natural-looking hair;
  • Safe and reliable treatment.

How many PRP for Hair Loss Sessions do I need?

It depends on the individual and on the stage of your hair loss, age, hormones, and other factors.

Usually, we recommend a course of 3 to 6 injections, administered on a monthly basis for optimal results. We also recommend a maintenance treatment every six months or once a year.

PRP Hair Loss Results

PRP is one of the best non-invasive treatments for both women and men suffering from excessive hair loss. There are a number of independent scientific studies advocating for the efficacy of PRP particularly in increasing hair follicles count and hair thickness. Our clients are often amazed when they see before and after pictures as the results are visible.

Additionally, PRP can be used in conjunction with other treatments such as hair transplants.

Are there any risks associated with PRP for hair loss?

PRP (platelet-rich plasma) for hair loss is totally safe as we use your own body growth factors (autologous product). Hence, there is no risk of infectious diseases transmission or other infections. Moreover, as PRP is prepared using your own blood, adverse reactions are very rare. The only thing you might experience is very slight bruising, redness, and/or swelling. There is no downtime after this treatment.

PRP for Hair Loss Contraindications

PRP for Hair Loss may not be effective if you suffer from thyroid disease or lupus, as these conditions will continue to cause hair loss. If you are on blood thinners, your platelets won’t work as efficiently. PRP promotes hair growth when follicles are present. People with extreme hair loss or non-existing follicles are generally not candidates for PRP hair treatments.


Before PRP treatment for hair loss?

Patients are asked not to wash their hair on the day of the treatment. Moreover, it is suggested to follow a healthy diet and not smoke as long as you can/should as this affects the quality of your plasma.

What aftercare is required for PRP for hair loss?

Patients are advised not to wash their hair or scalp for 24 hours following treatment. Most people experience no discomfort after the PRP treatment but if it is the case you can take a painkiller pill like paracetamol should you need it.

What is the cost of PRP for hair loss?

1 session £475

3 session £1300

6 session £2450

PRP can also be combined with mesotherapy to enhance the results.

Hair loss consultation in London

​Yes, at Nar London, Harley Street, we offer hair consultation should you wish to have one (50 GBP that can be redeemed against the treatment).

PRP hair treatment near me?

We are based in World famous Harley Street, London, UK. If you are based in London or can travel to central London then book a treatment or a free consultation.


If you’re suffering from excessive hair loss, do not despair and be confused by all the potential causes. At Nar London, we help women with hair loss to identify the root cause and find the right treatment plan. We offer non-invasive treatments such as Platelet-Rich Plasma (N-PRP) or Platelet-Rich Fibrin (i-PRF) and also we can work on a tailored protocol that supports your overall health.