AAPE and PRP for Hair Loss


Alopecia is a serious issue that impacts many people’s lives in Canada. Over 50% of men and 33% of women suffer from alopecia, commonly known as hair loss: a progressive disease that may affect confidence, self-esteem, job opportunities, and personal relationships. Today, traditional non-invasive treatments require patients to take a drug or use topical medications, such as Propecia or Minoxidil, every day for the rest of their lives, likely with specific side effects.

More invasive hair loss treatments, such as hair transplants, require costly, painful surgery. The good news is that Toronto and Richmond Hill-based Hair Loss Clinic is stepping up with alternative therapies free from these downsides. The Hair Loss Clinic recently announced they are now offering AAPE (Adipose-Derived Stem Cells), (Platelet-Rich Plasma) PRP for hair loss, Pharma Hermetic Hair Recovery Program, and SMP (Scalp Micropigmentation) therapies.

AAPE hair loss therapy

AAPE® is an advanced stem cell-conditioned media with hundreds of proteins and growth factors. It enhances skin and hair revitalization through its exclusive protein blend. It is Chosen by over 30 countries and used by 3,000+ doctors.

AAPE® is the first FDA-approved product based on stem cells described in SCI journals with clinical results in humans supported by over 20 papers and 28 worldwide registered patents.

Key Factors Of AAPE®

AAPE® is a combination of growth factors obtained from human fat-derived stem cell-cultured media. It encourages collagen production in the skin to enhance the rejuvenation of the skin and hair.  Human-sourced biocompatible, non-recombinant growth factors from ADSCs generally have few side effects. Their natural composition promotes optimal biological activity. Individual growth factors have individual effects, but combining them could boost a single protein’s activity.


The unique protein composition of AAPE renders it offers various promising uses. The serum treatment can help regenerate the facial fat affected by facial fat atrophy due to the natural ageing process. AAPE replaces the facial volume lost with age and helps the skin rejuvenation by skin repair from the inside out. Besides skin rejuvenation, AAPE on the scalp stimulates hair growth and reverses balding effects by regenerating ageing hair follicles without needing a hair transplant.
Being the first product based on stem cells (SCI Journals) with clinical results in humans, AAPE is a promising treatment that ensures desired results. The brand AAPE is approved by medical professionals and dermatologists based in Japan, Korea, and the USA, with over 600,000 clinical treatments by over 3,000 dermatologists in more than 30 countries. In Japan alone, AAPE is used for hair growth with a clinical hair program in more than 200 clinics.

PRP for hair loss

PRPPlatelet-rich plasma (PRP) has become a proven method for treating androgenetic alopecia. Many patients have experienced great success with this in-clinic hair loss therapy.  Androgenic alopecia, also known as Male Pattern Hair Loss (MPHL) and Female Pattern Hair Loss (FPHL), is a common, chronic hair loss disorder affecting men and women. It is characterized by progressive hair loss and affects up to 80% of men and 40% of women. PRP, or Platelet-rich plasma, is an autologous preparation of platelets in concentrated plasma using your blood. PRP yields up to 700% enrichment, with platelet count increasing to over 1 million/L.
Clinics began using PRP in dermatology after research showed high concentrations of platelets in plasma cells could encourage hair growth. Our technician will draw blood, separate platelets and plasma and inject it into the scalp. Usually 3 months for results, with 25-40% increase in lost hair. Works best for hair loss within 5 years, more difficult for dormant follicles.
If you are suffering from androgenetic hair loss, please give Hair Loss Clinic a call or fill out their FREE online assessment form at:


A trichologist will assess your particular issues and can recommend the best treatment plan for you.
Hair Loss Clinic specializes in non-prescription treatments such as AAPE and PRP for hair loss, SMP, and Laser Therapy. Clinics in Toronto and Richmond Hill.

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