The extracted blood is put through a centrifuge that separates and concentrates it. The resulting serum has four times more growth factor than the original blood.
No. The micro-needles that are used to deliver Factor4 barely break the skin. This is considered a minimally invasive procedure. A topical anesthetic is used to help the patient stay comfortable during the procedure. Sometimes, Factor4 can be delivered via direct injection or cannulas.
Before the blood sample is collected, make sure that you’re hydrated. More serum can be produced when you have enough water in your system. Drink up to a gallon of water the day before the procedure, and limit your alcohol consumption. Follow the treatment plan to make Factor4 work as efficiently as possible for you.
Factor4 can be used for genetic hair loss or thinning for men and women.
There are two options. We recommend 6 or 12 PRP sessions + 1 Factor4 session or alternatively you can get 4 treatments of Factor4 only, approximately two weeks apart.
Yes. We recommend Factor4 in conjunction with a take home kit involving copper peptide and/or minoxidil. The take home kit is important to continue stimulating your hair follicles to promote healing and encourage hair growth.
Factor4 is used to improve the appearance of scars, stretch marks, large pores, dull skin, wrinkles, fine lines and loose skin.
Many people use Factor4 treatments on the décolletage, face and hands. It can also be used to address crepey skin around the knees and elbows. Factor4 has been shown to be very effective treatment for hair too.
Most people treat skin problems with four treatments of Factor4 at weekly or bi-weekly intervals.
For hair conditions, you typically see results as your hair begins to grow longer and fuller. You may not notice this happening for several months, though. Factor4 results for skin should start to appear within two weeks of treatment. You’ll continue to see improvements after each subsequent session.
Disclaimer: We are all unique. This means that treatment plans, the results, down time and recovery following treatment will vary from patient to patient. The information presented on this website should be used as a guide only.