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In order for your hair to grow, you need a healthy scalp. In fact, many hair loss issues are ultimately caused by poor scalp conditions, which impede the follicles and make regular growth impossible. The good news for our clients is that these scalp issues can often be resolved- and at CPHR Carolina Peach Hair Restoration we have a range of proven solutions.


Scalp & Hair Ailments we Address:


• CCC Alopecia
• Dermatitis
• Psoriasis
• Trichotillomania
• Thinning/Breakage
• Weak Hair Fibers
• Folluculitis (Inflammation)
• Lichen Planus


  • Stress Induced Hair Loss•

  • Nutritional Deficiencies•

  • Hormonal Imbalances•

  • Excess DHT (loss hormone)

  • Excess Dandruff

  • Female Pattern

  • Baldness

  • General Scalp Health

Hair Growth Treatments 

Laser Therapy


Low Level Laser Therapy when delivered at a specific frequency range has a bio‐stimulating effect on the body. Our Low Level Laser system uses a combination of visible red light, providing topical heat that allows skin pores to open, and invisible infrared light, which penetrates beyond the scalp and reaches the cell structure below. Energy at this specific wavelength stimulates mitochondria to produce more ATP. This light combination stimulates growth at the cellular level, which promotes tissue repair, accelerates blood circulation, and excites cellular division. Our Laser Therapy System energizes the mitochondria in cells, and switches hair follicles from their dormant phase to their growing phase.


Our Lasers have been cleared in the US by the FDA.


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Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy

The Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) commonly used in hair restoration is “autologous,” meaning that it is derived from the patient’s own blood. To obtain PRP, a patient’s blood is spun in a centrifuge to separate the solid from liquid components and platelet activators, such as thrombin, calcium chloride and sometimes collagen, are added. The separated “solid” portion of the blood is PRP (platelet rich plasma).

Meso Therapy

Mesotherapy is a technique used to treat a variety of scalp conditions such as Psoriasis, Eczema and Seborrheic Dermatitis. Our Mesotherapy is an Electroporation and LED Photo biostimulation device. It enhances the penetration of Vitamins and minerals into the scalp. The specific pulsed current produces a cellular electroporation reducing the permeability of the skin and opening cellular pores. It induces the opening of the protein channels on the cellular membranes; this phenomenon allows substances to reach the heart of the cells. At the same time the light emitted by the LED is activating certain biological functions of the skin and the cells.


Electrotherapy scalp treatment uses low-current and high-frequency to stimulate hair growth. It is carried out by treating your hair with high-frequency infra and ultra-rays. It is at 250,000 Hz frequency that the hollow glass electrode, is made to come in contact with the hair that generates current. There is also an ultra-ray treatment that gives rays from a distance with the help of a bulb.The procedure is also known to help with the natural exfoliation of skin while stimulating sebaceous glands.

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

Hyperbaric Oxygen therapy is used for Scalp disorders and irritation, dandruff, eczema and psoriasis symptoms treated by oxygen therapy has curative anti- aging results. Revitalizing and strengthening blood circulation through the stimulation of oxygen directly onto the scalp enhances the body's natural ability to heal. The cell activation raises moisture and resistance levels within the skin to fight against scalp diseases. Oxygen Therapy also stabilizes and boosts the essential structural protein for healthy hair – collagen.

Micro-Needle Therapy

Microneedling is a minimally invasive dermatological procedure in which fine needles create micro injures to the skin to puncture the stratum corneum. This therapy is used to induce collagen formation, neovascularization and growth factor production of treated areas. This procedure activates the the body’s healing response (Hemostasis inflammation proliferation tissue remodeling) It has been used in a wide range of dermatologic conditions, including androgenetic alopecia (AGA) and alopecia areata, among others.

Nutritional and Supplemental Therapy

The Health of your hair is directly related to the overall health of your body. Eating right and exercise are the first steps to great health. One must also get plenty of rest, drink sufficient amounts of water (half one’s body weight), and have proper vitamin and mineral supplementation. In today’s world, vitamin supplementation is important due to the food deficiencies.

Top Reasons For Female Hair Loss 

Woman Holding Comb Looking At Loss Hair.

Hormonal (DHT) Hair Loss

Some Female pattern

hormonal hair loss is influenced by additional factors including estrogen and progesterone levels. Studies show these levels start to increase during puberty and peak around the age of 33-year-old.

After this peak when these two hormones begin to decline, DHT becomes more capable of negatively influencing hair growth. 


Nutritional Hair Loss

More Studied  reason for experiencing hair loss is a lack of appropriate nutritional intake. This can occur when the body is deficient on vitamins and minerals and is not in proper condition to maintain a healthy scalp.

The two most important nutrients needed for proper hair growth are Zinc and B12.

Close up portrait of the hair of a forty

Inflammatory Hair Loss

Studies show that  hair loss could be related to the presence of inflammation in the body and in the scalp.

Stress, for example, not only impacts us on an emotional level but on a physical one too. By creating excessive inflammation in the body, hair loss can occur and as well as a general weakening of the immune system

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