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PRF for Hair Restoration

Platelet Rich Fibrin, PRF

PRF is the next-generation PRP! Platelet Rich Fibrin is the result of blood spun in the Centrifuged at a low speed which makes the layers of blood not as distinct as PRP. In doing this, the white blood cells, stem cells (growth factors), platelets and plasma are able to be collected without the anticoagulant additive.


Having those additional elements minus the anticoagulant is what makes PRF much more desirable and effective! Without the anticoagulant, PRF clots under the skin which allows it to release healing hormones for a longer period of time. 

Hair Loss Treatment in Ogden, Utah

Hair is a form of self expression. When it begins to thin or recede, this can greatly impact self-esteem. Starting in the early stages of hair loss, you become a great candidate for hair restoration. Using a custom hair regrowth program, you can experience thicker, fuller hair.

Non-surgical hair restoration works by combining the regenerative properties of Platelet Rich Fibrin, PRF, KeraLase, and/or a custom at home hair regrowth regimen. Together, these treatments help reactivate dormant hair follicles giving you thicker, fuller hair. 

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LaseMD with Kerafactor

Non-Surgical Hair Restoration

LaseMD with Kerafactor has proven to be an effective and relatively painless option for hair restoration. The LaseMD creates microchannels evenly throughout the scalp. After the Microchannels are created, a cold KeraFactor serum is massaged into the scalp and into the microchannels allowing the serum to reach dormant and damaged hair follicles. The serum contains a synthetic version of your body’s own growth factors and proteins that are necessary to regrow hair. In 13 weeks, many clients increased hair growth and thickness.

SkinSculpt Medical Spa: KeraLase for Hair Restoration, less painful and more effective than PRP for Hair Growth in Ogden Utah
  • How long does eyebrow tinting last?
    Each individual is different when it comes to lasting color. On average, our brow tinting lasts between 3-6 weeks. Factors that may affect the duration of your color include: how much pressure you use when you wash, use of exfoliant in the area, what type of makeup remover you use, sun exposure, sunscreen use and how quickly your hair cycles.
  • How long does a brow wax last?
    To keep your brow shape looking great, we recommend waxing every 2-3 weeks. Eyebrow hair tends to become more noticeable outside the boundaries of the brow if it’s not maintained frequently, leaving your shape on the unruly side.
  • What are the side effects of brow wax and tinting?
    Most people who tint their eyebrows do not experience any side effects. However, if you wax your brows there are some possible side effects, which may include: pain, redness, irritation, temporary bumps, ingrown hair, sun sensitivity and possible bleeding. Talk to our master aesthetician to determine your risks and what’s best for your skin type so we can reduce the possible side effects
  • Is waxing less painful than tweezing?
    Waxing is ideal for those who are adverse to the pain and time associated with plucking or tweezing. The process of waxing takes less time and can cover more area than plucking hair one at a time. If you’ve got thick or coarse hair, or if you need a larger area of hair removed, waxing is a quicker, better choice.
  • How long does a brow lamination last?
    Our brow laminations last 4-6 weeks. We provide you with after care instructions that preserve the longevity of your perfectly sculpted brows!
  • Does brow lamination damage the hair?
    It does not cause long term damage to the hair. The product we use is custom formulated to be gentle on the hair and skin.
  • Does brow lamination hurt?
    There is no discomfort associated with brow lamination.
  • How long does brow lamination take?
    Brow lamination takes, give or take, 45 minutes.
  • Is there down time with brow lamination?
    For the first 24 hours after your brow lamination, we recommend not getting your brows wet or participating in activities that will cause excessive sweating. Do not touch the brow area or apply makeup to the brows.
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