PRP hair pre and post care
Pre-PRP cares are as follows:
- Avoid medications such as warfarin, aspirin, vitamin C, vitamin E, etc. for a week before the injection.
- People with cardiovascular disease and taking warfarin and aspirin should consult a doctor before injecting PRP.
- Avoid alcohol and cigarettes for a week before PRP.
- If you intend to do PRP injections to treat hair loss, it is better to take a shower and wash your head with shampoo before injection.
- Do not use hair straightener before PRP for hair loss treatment.
- Do not use any makeups before PRP facial injection
Post-PRP cares are as follows:
- Avoid drugs such as warfarin, vitamin C, vitamin E, aspirin, etc. for a week after PRP injection.
- Avoid alcohol and cigarettes for a week after PRP.
- Do not go to the bathroom for two days and do not go to the pool, sauna, Jacuzzi, etc. for a week.
- For up to a week, it is best to refrain from physical activity and exercise that causes excessive sweating.
- One of the most important care after PRP facial is avoiding makeup for 24 hours.
- After injecting PRP facial, do not use exfoliators, scrub creams, etc. until you have inflammation.
- Use sunscreen for the first week after PRP injection to rejuvenate the skin.
- If you have used the PRP method to treat hair loss, do not use gel hair conditioners after the injection.
- Do not massage the treated area after the injection.
- Avoid brushing and combing your hair if you have had hair PRP injections.
- Do not wear a hat after injecting hair PRP injection.
- Use an ice pack to reduce swelling and bruising after the injection.
What are the side effects of PRP treatment?
No specific side effects have been reported, except for superficial bruises which are completely normal and can be covered with cosmetics.
To whom do we not recommend the PRP method?
- Pregnant women
- People with excessive allergies
- People with high blood pressure
- People who have a lot of expectations of this treatment
- People with blood clotting
- Patients with cardiovascular problems
- People who expect to reach a quick result
- People with autoimmune diseases