Hair Regrowth Treatment
- Advanced platelet rich plasma collection (PRP)
- Superficial micro-needling of scalp
- Meso injected PRP + LED
*limited time only
$550 per treatment
*medical anesthesia included
Package of 3...........................................$1,500
Package of 5...........................................$2,500
Is your hair thinning or have a receding hairline? Have you recently been diagnosed with Alopecia Areata (bald patches) or Androgenic Alopecia (patterned baldness)? Are you tired of wasting your money on timely, expensive solutions promising but not delivering? Or do you suffer from hair loss but you have no idea where to start? Congratulations, you have come to the right place to begin your journey to transform your hair (and self-esteem)!
Nurse Nyma has done the research and is passionate about results, so you don't need to worry. It took eighteen months of research to find the best hair regrowth system for her clients. Thanks to her quest for quality, Nurse Nyma is one of the very first clinician's in Australia to stock the world's leading and most scientifically studied Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) system.
"All the way from Europe, T-Lab PRP promises the highest average platelet collection count of 4.4 billion platelets and 95.2% purity per treatment with a safe and gentle blood collection of just 20mL"
See this video on YouTube for more information about hair regrowth solutions that actually work.
There are many reasons why hair can start falling out, whether it be hormones, genetics or a side-effect from medicine like chemotherapy treatment (Alopecia Anagen Effluvium). Whatever the cause, hair loss can have a negative impact on self-esteem and social life. Nurse Nyma will work with you and your general practitioner or dermatologist to safely deliver hair regrowth treatment.
For many years now PRP has been successfully used by doctors and surgeons to accelerate the healing process of musculoskeletal injuries such as torn ligaments, tendons, muscles and joints. Thanks to PRP's dense platelet concentration containing amazing regenerative properties, PRP is successfully being used for hair loss and skin health.
Is this safe for someone diagnosed with Alopecia?
PRP and micro-needling with LED is a recommended hair loss treatment by the Australian Alopecia Areata Foundation. All treatments at Nurse Nyma Aesthetics include medical oversight and a scripting doctor will be consulted prior to administering treatment. Individuals diagnosed with generalised alopecia areata (hair thinning/loss) including monolocularis/reticular (spots and reticular patches) and barbae (bald patches on beard) are ideal candidates for this treatment. For more advanced Alopecia, such as Areata Totalis (complete hair loss), it is recommended to have medical clearance by your treating medical practitioner prior to commencing treatment due to autoimmune unpredictability.
Receiving a formal diagnosis of alopecia can be a difficult experience to cope with emotionally. If you have recently been diagnosed with Alopecia and you would like more information including how to connect with support groups, please visit the AAAF Website.
What is involved?
At the appointment, numbing cream will be applied to the scalp for 30 minutes. During this time, a call to a doctor will be arranged for a script to collect blood products. Once the script is obtained, blood will be collected into the platelet tubes (yes we have butterfly needles!) and spun in the German made 45 degree swing out centrifuge. All of our collection tubes are ARTG registered, free from separator gel, harmful plastics and other chemicals that interfere with quality platelet collection. The numbing cream is removed, very superficial skin needling occurs on the scalp, followed by PRP injections and finished with LED.
Nurse Nyma specifically designed this treatment to offer a three tiered approach to maximise hair growth stimulation! Treatment duration is approximately 90 minutes and you can return to work the next day. A minimum of three treatments is always recommended to initiate the hair growth cycle, followed by a fourth treatment and evaluation at six months. The evaluation (fourth) treatment will determine the individual treatment plan for subsequent follow up intervals to maintain the growth phase. Generally, a yearly or six monthly boost is recommended - however everyone is different! Results usually show from the second month onwards and generally peak at four - six months.
Is it painful?
Pain is different for everyone and micro injections of baby needles at a depth of 1.5mm into the scalp can come with some discomfort. To mitigate this, the strongest medical anaesthetic is used during this treatment, along with a TGA approved nerve blocking device to block nerve pain by up to 50%. If you have a low pain threshold and are still concerned, there are stronger pain management alternatives available which can be discussed during a consultation.
Drink PLENTY of water leading up to your appointment!
There is usually an underlying cause to hair loss so addressing this alongside our signature hair regrowth treatment will maximise outcomes. Book in for a free consultation to discuss prior to treatment.
All treatments at Nurse Nyma Aesthetics include medical oversight, however we are all unique and we recommend consulting with your primary physician to see if this treatment is suitable for you.
Your blood/plasma IS your medication! It is recommended to have a healthy fat free diet leading up to treatments - avoid fatty foods and alcohol 48 hours prior.
If you are fighting an infection, it is recommended to reschedule your appointment due to poor plasma.
Cease smoking seven days prior to treatment.
Avoid consuming Aspirin, Motrin, Advil, Nurofen, Vitamin E, Ginko Biloba, Tumeric, Fish Oil, Garlic pills or any other anti-inflammatory medications for 1-2 weeks prior as they can increase the risk of bruising. Only stop these medications if approved by your treating physician.
This treatment is not suitable for people with blood disorders, chronic liver disease, malignancy, pregnancy and undertaking anti-coagulation therapy.