What is PRP and how is it used for hair loss?

PRP is platelet rich plasma. It is all of your body’s healing and growth factors; it is the yellow part of your blood. After a quick, in office blood draw followed by a lab procedure, the yellow part of your blood is injected into the scalp for increased hair growth.


How much will this re-grow my hair and how many treatments will I need?

PRP for hair loss regrows your hair by 30-50%. Think of this procedure as ‘fertilizing’ the hair follicles on your scalp. Typically, 3-6 treatments are recommended depending on the degree of hair loss or thinning. 


Who can get PRP for hair loss?

Anyone male or female who would like to thicken or increase their hair on their head.

Examples of candidates for PRP for hairloss:


Male patients experiencing hair thinning or patterned baldness


Females with thinning hair from age or young women with damaged hair.


Women or men who want to have Thicker hair in general for aesthetic purposes.



“I had my PRP Treatment 3 weeks ago, and I’ve already seen dramatic change.  My part line and crown have already filled in enough that I no longer think “thinning”, when I look at my hair.  My hair thinning problem is a thing of the past.  I have 2 more sessions to go, and my hair already looks so good, that I’m excited to see the full benefits.  I’m so glad I made the decision to move forward with the treatment.  I am also very thankful I landed in the very competent hands of Samantha!!  I am so very fortunate!  This woman knows her stuff, and her technique is precision.  I am reaping the benefit of her knowledge, and that is the large part of my very successful PRP treatment.

            - Anonymous patient posted with permission

Happy Body atx, pllc

3423 Bee Caves Road

Suite 203

West Lake Hills, TX 78746

Contact information: Phone: (512) 713-1206

Directions to Medspa:

Continue through the Sway Parking lot, down-hill to the Primrose School building on the left, pictured above.

We are on the 2nd Floor, Suite 203

Follow path along side of building for elevator access. Stair access in front entrance.

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