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AAPE GOOD FOR BOTH MEN AND WOMEN?2022-06-18T09:12:28+00:00

A big percentage of hair loss, about 95%, is either male pattern or female pattern hair loss. 30% of women under the age of 50 have female pattern hair loss while 50% of women over the age of 50 experience it. The most common diagnosis in hair loss is androgenetic alopecia which is manifested with patients having thick hair progressing to thinner hair.  AAPE is ideal for both men and women.

CAN I USE AAPE WITH OTHER THERAPIES?2022-06-18T09:11:59+00:00

Adipose derived stem cell treatments can be used as a stand-alone treatment or in conjunction with other therapies for hair regrowth like PRP, laser therapy, medications, as well as hair transplantation.

IS IT A SAFE PROCEDURE?2022-06-18T09:11:33+00:00

Yes, active proteins are derived from human source and do not have allergic reactions. There have been hundreds of thousands of procedures done throughout the world using AAPE.


After the initial 3 consecutive monthly treatments, you can wait for another year to do a maintenance procedure once a year afterwards.

HOW SOON SHOULD I SEE RESULTS?2022-06-18T09:10:44+00:00

You should see visible results after 3 month. Since hair grows in cycles, you will see continued hair growth improvement in the following months after the treatments.

HOW LONG DOES THE PROCEDURE TAKE?2022-06-18T09:10:12+00:00

Each AAPE Hair procedure takes approximately half hour.

CAN YOU EXPLAIN THE PROCEDURE?2022-06-18T09:09:51+00:00

Our AAPE Hair procedure is administered to the scalp by use of a microneedling machine. The procedure is pain free and non-invasive. You can comfortably leave the clinic after the procedure without any downtime.

HOW DOES AAPE GROW HAIR?2022-06-18T09:09:19+00:00

AAPE secret potent stimulants, otherwise known as cytokines, which stimulate the growth of hair follicles. Scientific studies show that also stem cell transform into new hair follicle cells.


PRP (platelet-rich plasma) therapy for hair loss is a three-step medical treatment in which a patient’s blood is drawn, processed, and then injected into the scalp. … Sometimes this approach is combined with other hair loss procedures or medications.


According to Wikipedia “Platelet-rich plasma, also known as autologous conditioned plasma, is a concentrate of platelet-rich plasma protein derived from whole blood, centrifuged to remove red blood cells. Evidence for benefit is poor.”

Because PRP therapy involves injecting your own blood into your scalp, there carries a risk of side effects such as

injury to blood vessels or nerves, infection, calcification at the injection points, and scar tissue. There is also the chance that you could have a negative reaction to the anesthetic used in the therapy.

The AAPE procedure is safer, easier, cleaner, non-invasive, painless, and cheaper. AAPE does not require any blood to be taken from you like PRP. There is no anestetic required for the treatment. PRP in the best condition, contain 10-15 growth factors. AAPE in comparison, contains more than 150 growth factors.

WHAT IS AAPE?2022-06-18T09:06:44+00:00

AAPE stands for Advanced – Adipose-Derived Stem Cell – Protein – Extract

Is a mixture of refined growth factor proteins that is extracted from human adipose derived stem cells.  AAPE contains about 150 growth factor proteins.

WHAT IS ADSC?2022-06-18T09:03:10+00:00

Adipose Derived Stem Cell (ADSC). Human adipocytes or “fat tissue” extracted during the process of lipoaspiration contain the maximum number of stem cells in human body.

WHAT ARE STEM CELLS?2022-06-18T09:02:06+00:00

Stem cells are primal cells found in all multi-cellular organism(s) that retain the ability to renew themselves through mitotic cell division and can differentiate into a wide range of specialized cell types.

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