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Malena, 35 years old
A few months ago, Malena came down with a serious case of the flu. She had extreme dizziness and fever and even needed help to walk. This also caused severe hair loss and she became almost bald. She could basically pull large tufts of hair off her head.
Having to walk around in a warm hat all the time to not be ashamed of her hair is why she sought us out at Nordic Hair Clinic.
She googled hair loss and saw an ad about us on Facebook. She then researched what PRP treatment entails and became interested in trying it out.
– I’m a hairdresser so hair is important to me, it’s a big part of my life. At first it felt a bit embarrassing to have to do treatments for thin hair. But since I know other people who suffer from hair loss and have had good results after PRP, I thought, no, I’ll fucking dare! I even posted pictures on my Facebook page and told them I was going to start doing it,” says Malena.
She received a great response after her post and inspired others to try PRP. She wants people to feel that they are not alone in this problem.
Malena says that she is afraid of needles and had a mixed feeling of fear the first time she went for her treatment. Feeling anxious when trying something new for the first time is perfectly normal. She didn’t know what to expect and felt unprepared and tense. But it was easier the second and third time.
– Treatments are quick and feel smaller than I thought they would. It also helps that I’ve had the same nurse every time. It’s nice to be able to talk and pick up where you left off last time. It makes the whole treatment feel easier,” says Malena.
Malena has got a super result and even her colleagues and friends see a big difference, especially those she sees less often. People around her have said it’s not thin hair at all anymore.
– I can really recommend PRPto others because I got such a good result myself. I went in with the attitude that it won’t work on me. But I really got an incredible result and it’s really been worth it,” says Malena.