The average human loses 50 to 100 hairs every day. This is normal and usually not noticeable because your hair is replaced just as quickly. If it becomes apparent that you are losing your hair at a faster rate, you may be suffering from severe hair loss due to a medical or hereditary condition. This hair loss becomes noticeable when you lose more than your scalp can replenish. Bald spots or thin patches may appear in men, and thinning hair or a receding hairline may be present for women.
PRP is “platelet-rich plasma.” This procedure involves three easy steps. First, blood is generally drawn from the arm. Next, the blood is processed into a centrifuge which separates it into three different layers: platelet-poor plasma, platelet-rich plasma, and red blood cells. The platelet-rich plasma is drawn from the separated blood, and the rest is not used. The PRP is then injected into your scalp and hair follicles.
As you can see, this is a more natural way of inducing hair regrowth for non-surgical hair, as it uses only your own organic matter.
The PRP procedure is given typically three times every four to six weeks, and maintenance is done every four to six months to ensure that the hair loss stays at a minimum.