PRP is an innovative therapy that is being used for skin rejuvenation and Hair loss. The procedure entails drawing blood from a patient and then spinning it in a centrifuge machine. This generates a layer of concentrated platelets and growth factors that can possibly regenerate damaged tissue such as hair follicles or improving the integrity of your skin.

The human body has an inherent ability to heal tissue, but in certain areas that capacity is diminishes. New cells are created all the time in the body, in order to replace old or damaged tissue, in most but not all areas with age, this capability decreases. Even in younger individuals, the capability is slight (e.g. knee cartilage when damaged).

Certain conditions, such as degenerative arthritis, can cause severe joint pain, and conventional medicine offers treatment that may mask the pain temporarily, but not alter the condition itself. With the help of regenerative medicine and options such as platelet rich plasma therapy (PRP), things are changing right now to repair damaged tissue and to stimulate collagen production in the skin.

Here is a partial list of the conditions PRP helps considerably

  • Hair Loss
  • Fine lines and Wrinkles
  • Scars from prior surgeries
  • Scars from acne or other skin blemishes


Athletes such as Kobe Bryant, Tiger Woods, Rafael Nadal, Dwight Howard, to name a few have benefited from PRP therapy in their joints over the years.

How is PRP made?

Plasma makes up the liquid part of human blood, and it contains red cells, white cells, and platelets.

Platelets exist in the blood all the time. They play a vital role in blood clotting during an injury and with helping the repair process itself. Once activated, they start releasing proteins responsible for healing, called growth factors. When platelet rich plasma is administered to a person, these growth factors speed up the body’s normal healing capability and may push it farther than it would normally go.

Also, the platelets and growth factors send out signals which calls in the body’s stem cells as well to promote healing. The damaged tissue is replaced by new cells.

Because Hair loss and osteoarthritis have few surefire treatments and there are minimal risks associated with platelet-rich plasma injections, some doctors believe PRP therapy is worth trying. Patients should keep in mind that PRP is not a cure-all, and it may be best used in combination with nonsurgical treatments and lifestyle changes, such as physical therapy, weight loss, bracing, and NSAIDs.


Hair Restoration with PRP & Growth Factors

AnteAGE MD Hair Microneedling Solution incorporates recent advances in hair follicle science. Specialized techniques influence bone marrow mesenchymal stem cell cultures to produce conditioned media focused on hair growth (Wnt-1a pathway) while twelve bio-identical growth factors and cytokines, each with proven efficacy in hair follicle stimulation, are added to make this the most scientifically advanced product of its type.


The cytokines’ ability to communicate to cells and tell them what to do is why they are currently used in many investigative health therapies, but there are hundreds of growth factors and cytokines. While the most commonly know are peptides and glycopeptides, which are contained in mesenchymal stem cells, cytokines have a complex family tree, and not all of them are beneficial to skin regeneration.

Cytokine patterns operate like words in a sentence, and we have spent the last few years learning their “language” to understand their differing behavior when it comes to wound healing and photoageing.

With this knowledge, we are able to curate a bouquet of stem cell growth factors and cytokines that work together to communicate with dermal cells to rejuvenate skin, while avoiding any pro-inflammatory agents that could lead to undesirable effects.