This just in!
Season 17 of Keeping Up With The Kardashians begins with a bold (read “bald”) new development. Kim discovers a bald spot on Kourtney’s head.
“Kourtney, you have a really big spot on the top of your head,” Kim tells her sister in the clip. “Kourtney, oh my god, I’m afraid for your life. Have you seen that?” she adds before encouraging her big sis to go to the hospital to deal with it.
(Yes, it was largely dramatic, considering the eldest Kardashian still had plenty of hair on her head.)
Kourtney explained she had noticed the recent hair loss and blamed it on a very tight ponytail she had recently sported at a February 2019 gala.
Kim Kardashian popularized Dr. Runels Vampire Facial procedure. The Vampire Facial was first features in Kourtney & Kim Take Miami in 2013. Now, six years later, her sister got platelet rich plasma injections in order to fix her bald spot.
In Sunday’s Keeping Up With The Kardashians premiere, Kourtney said:
“Today I’m getting PRP, which is where they take your blood and spin it and they use your plasma and they inject it in my head for my hair to grow back.”
On her visit, Dr. Jason Diamond in Beverly Hills said:
“I definitely think that we should get some injections in there. I think you probably need two or three series, maybe once a month for the next three months and I think you’ll be fine.”
The story has been covered by Cosmopolitan, InStyle, Allure, Yahoo Lifestyle, OK Magazine, MSN, DailyMotion, Women’s Health, People, and Latin Times, in September of 2019.
Congratulations are in order for Dr. Charles Runels! We think his marketing team had something to do with this, but we’re keeping our lips sealed.
P.S. Kim made the Vampire Facial procedure famous in 2013; we hope Kourtney makes PRP for hair restoration famous in 2019.
P.P.S. PRP for hair training is included in both Dr. Runels Vampire Breast Lift® & Vampire Facelift® Online or Hands-On courses as a bonus. If you’re not currently offering this service to your patients, it’s popularity is sure to gain even more momentum now.