hair loss treatment, platelet-rich plasma is considered as alternative simple,
cost-effective treatment. Probably, there is still no conclusive scientific
evidence to confirm its effectiveness for androgenic alopecia.
I think it’s also worth a try if you’ve got the funds available since it is
quite expensive, $500 to $1,200 per treatment. Also, one early study suggests
that it’s feasible treatment option for male pattern baldness .
It’s a new alternative option to allow
dermatologists create custom-craft
personalized prescription solution to treat various types of alopecia. The
solution may include topical finasteride, high-dose minoxidil, resveratrol, retinoic
acid, spironolactone, and other potent ingredients to help stimulate hair
on this kind of treatment vary, but some people find it’s one of good,
affordable solutions to try. With the right custom-craft personalized
prescription of different ingredients, it should work better.