Healing existing hair with Mesotherapy
Mesotherapy is a technique that uses injections of vitamins, enzymes, hormones, and plant extracts to rejuvenate and tighten skin, as well as remove excess fat.
There isn’t a standard formula for the substances injected in mesotherapy. Doctors use many different solutions, including:
- Prescription medicines like vasodilators and antibiotics
- Hormones such as calcitonin and thyroxin
- Enzymes like collagenase and hyaluronidase
- Herbal extracts
- Vitamins and minerals
Most Natural Hair Line Aimed
Optimal Hair Graft Count
PRP Treatment Included
Permanent Hair Transplant
Difference between mesotherapy and PRP treatment
PRP involves multiple injections of platelet-enriched plasma, but for mesotherapy, it is a series of injections of hyaluronic acid. Mesotherapy is applied on the middle layer of the skin while PRP it can be on any layer of the skin to be treated. No matter which treatment you choose, PRP & mesotherapy can go a long way in gaining your natural hair and confidence back.
Does Mesotherapy helps people for hair loss?
Mesotherapy helps your hair loss by removing excess fat on your scalp and therefore it raises the chance of your hair growing back. Also, injecting vitamins and minerals makes your hair thicker and stronger than it was before.
How this therapy applying to hair, what are the steps?
During each session, you may or may not have numbing medicine applied to your skin. You’ll get a series of injections using a special short needle. The needle may be attached to a mechanical gun to deliver many injections in a row.
The injections can be given at different depths — from 1 to 4 millimeters into your skin — depending on what condition you’re having treated. Your doctor may place the needle into your skin at an angle, or flick their wrist very quickly while injecting. Each injection may only place a tiny drop of the solution into your skin.
You’ll probably need several mesotherapy sessions to get the desired effect. You should expect to return to the doctor between 3 to 15 times. At first, you’ll get the injections every 7 to 10 days. If your skin starts to improve, the treatments will be stretched out to once every two weeks or once a month.