How does RGA autologous cells hair regeneration treatment work?
The RGA (Regenera Activa) technology primarily uses “hair follicle stem cells” from the human body to achieve hair regeneration. Hair follicle stem cells are a type of stem cell known as “master pluripotent cells,” and they are found throughout the body (except for the lips, palms, and soles of the feet). As unspecialized tissue cells, these stem cells have powerful proliferation and division capabilities, which are essential for our hair growth tissue. When these cells are active, they continuously produce new hair, resulting in a thick and healthy head of hair.
The RGA autologous cells hair regeneration treatment uses high-tech, minimally invasive instruments to extract hair follicle stem cells from the patient’s scalp. These autologous cells are then used as growth factors and injected into the targeted areas of hair loss, reactivating previously dormant cells and stimulating hair follicles to become active again. This effectively inhibits hair loss and promotes new hair growth.
What problems does RGA autologous cells hair regeneration target?
RGA autologous cells hair regeneration technology is suitable for clients with still undiminished hair follicles suffering from early to mid-stage hereditary hair loss. The treatment reduces hair loss and rejuvenates the hair. RGA autologous cells hair regeneration treatment can address the following problems:
- Frequent hair loss (more than 200 strands per day)
- Thinning Hair
- Various types of baldness, including hereditary androgenic baldness, central alopecia
- Various types of receding hairlines, including forehead hairline
- Widening of hair part