...but I might try it anyway.
You might claim you’d do anything to reverse baldness, but the “vampire treatment” puts that sentiment to the test. Scientists use injections of “platelet-rich plasma” to combat aging on the face and hands and can use the same process on the scalp.I mean, when you think of if, it's really not all that different from pro cyclists banking their blood for later use in the Tour de France... except you're (hopefully) regrowing your flowing locks instead of sitting on a tiny bike seat for six hours a day.
Yes, the “vampire treatment” involves extracting your blood and re-injecting it into your scalp. Volunteer attempts have proven successful, with many subjects experiencing significant hair growth in spots that have long gone dark.
Researchers believe that the treatment works by stimulating stem cells below the skin, assisting in the re-growth of hair.
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