New hair treatment vs. PRP hair treatment
There are a few new treatments for hair growth and restoration. Two of the most popular treatments are PRP hair treatment and Dr Batra’s® New Hair treatment. Both of these treatments are effective in hair growth, but there are some differences between the two. If you’re confused about what to choose, let’s compare these two hair treatments.
What is PRP hair treatment, and how does it work?
PRP hair fall treatment is a treatment that uses the patient’s blood to stimulate hair growth. The blood is spun in a centrifuge to separate the platelets from the rest of the blood. The platelets are then injected into the scalp, promoting hair growth. PRP is very effective in promoting hair growth. The platelets in PRP contain proteins called growth factors.
What is Dr Batra’s® New Hair treatment, and how does it work?
Dr Batra’s® New Hair treatment is scientific, bio-engineered and FDA approved. It promises guaranteed results within six sessions. Its serum has plant plasma with polypeptide along with the goodness of homeopathy. It is an entirely non-invasive treatment that has guaranteed results in 6 sessions. This treatment stimulates dormant hair follicles. This enables healthy new hair growth. This treatment significantly reduces hair fall. It is a 5-step procedure: Hydration and nourishment, followed by heating, derma-roller electroporation, and cooling. It increases the blood flow and nutrient absorption so more vitamins and minerals can be absorbed into the scalp, resulting in healthy hair.
PRP vs. Dr Batra’s®New Hair treatment
Here is a comparison between these two treatments:
Efficacy: PRP is very effective in promoting hair growth. However, Dr Batra’s® New Hair treatment is even more effective, with guaranteed results. In clinical trials, Dr Batra’s® New Hair treatment is twice as effective as PRP at reducing hair fall and promoting healthy hair growth. A comparative study on 25 patients showed that the Dr Batra’s® New Hair treatment serum was more effective in androgenetic AGA males than PRP concerning hair fall control, density, and growth. (Source: Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology)
Duration: The duration of each treatment is quite different. PRP requires multiple injections, and it takes several months for the full effects. Dr Batra’s® New Hair treatment is a 5-step procedure that only takes 45 minutes to complete, and the results are visible in 6 sessions.
Safety: PRP can cause side-effects such as headaches, nausea, and vomiting. Dr Batra’s® New Hair treatment is completely safe and does not cause any side-effects.
Downtime: PRP is an invasive treatment and requires some rest after the injection, as the patient needs to avoid strenuous activity for at least 24 hours. Dr Batra’s® New Hair treatment does not require any downtime after the treatment.
Administration: Dr Batra’s® New Hair treatment is a topical and non-invasive treatment. It has plant plasma with polypeptide serum applied to the scalp, while PRP hair treatment injects into the scalp. This means that Dr Batra’s® New Hair treatment works for everyone, regardless of their medical history, while PRP hair treatment may not be appropriate for everyone.
Long-lasting results: PRP results are not stable, and they typically wear off after a few months. Dr Batra’s® New Hair treatment results are long-lasting, and the effects can last even when you stop the treatment. Another benefit is that you can start Dr Batra’s® New Hair treatment in the active stage of hair fall.
Additional benefits: Where PRP treatment only stimulates and promotes new hair growth, Dr Batra’s® New Hair treatment has other advantages over PRP. It also treats dandruff and has the goodness of homeopathy.
So which hair treatment should you choose?
If you are looking for an effective solution to hair fall and want long-lasting results, then Dr Batra’s® New Hair treatment is the best choice for you. It is a real breakthrough in hair treatment, and it is one of the most effective treatments on the market. Dr Batra’s® New Hair treatment is also a safer option when compared to PRP. Visit your nearest hair clinic now for more information!