For many of the men and women who have hair loss or hair thinning their question is “how long does it take for my hair to grow back?
The answer is: it depends on the person and their health. Hair grows an average of 1.25 centimeters per month.
If a person isn’t responding to a treatment,there usually is some sort of underlying issue that must be addressed by a trichologist.
Trichologist, author and trainer, Misti Barnes, worked along with a biochemist with a background in Hair science (L’Oreal, Aveda) who also holds 40 hair related patents to develop the first, non-invasive, plant-based office treatment for hair loss.
The Cellustrious® protocol uses microneedling along with five of the most powerful plant derived growth factors, peptides and cytokines, is being used for patients who have hair loss.
In addition to the in office treatment Barnes developed a Cellustrious® home kit which contains the Cellustrious® hair follicle rejuvenation serum, scalp replenisher, a leave in conditioner, and a scalp stamp, all developed with the finest ingredients and no known side effects.
When it comes to females with hair loss, we usually find that medications that are related to hormones, specifically birth control, can be a common problem, as well as certain IUD’s.
For men with hair loss, many medications related to cholesterol, and antidepressants are a common cause of the slowing down of hair growth, or of hair not growing at a rapid rate. However, even in those cases,Cellustrious® can get improvement in new hair growth.Cellustrious®, recently awarded Aesthetic Everything 2020 “best innovation in hair rejuvenation” – one of the most prestigious medical aesthetic awards.
If you are an individual who has hair loss and is wondering why your hair is not growing, give us a call at our Florida clinic, at 727-231-6689 or reach out to us via email atinfo@Cellustrious.com. Go see some of our happy patients after their treatments at www.Cellustrious.com.
We love to see our patients feel better about themselves without having to resort to drugs or surgery.