Hair Mesotherapy

Mesotherapy, to date, is considered by the scientific community as neither a type of complementary medicine, nor some kind of alternative medicine. In fact, this term refers to the application of a medicament using intradermal or subcutaneous injections. This technique is mainly used in areas stricken and affected by hair loss.

How does mesotherapy work?

The therapy is used to stop the loss of hair which is still present, improving their quality and activating new growth. Through the use of special needles, a specific type of dressing is applied only in the affected skin regions.

Under certain circumstances, mesotherapy can be applied to the whole scalp, as it is a superior method compared to other conventional medicinal therapies, as it involves the use of small doses of product, causing irrelevant, or rather ludicrous, side effects.

What should be expected after a mesotherapy?

A few weeks after the first dressing application, you will immediately see improvements in hair growth and development in the specific treated region. After about 6 weeks, the new hair will grow, increasing density in the affected regions and improving their structure. This therapy consists of applications to be repeated in specific periods.

Indications for the use of mesotherapy in the scalp.

  • In male hair loss or androgenetic alopecia, as an early treatment.
  • Traction or circulation alopecia.
  • Air Alopecia or fungal infections.
  • Hair loss after childbirth.
  • Widespread or general hair loss, typical of women.
  • Dermatological diseases affecting the scalp such as psoriasis, lichen, seborrheic dermatitis, etc.

Which people cannot undergo this therapy?

  • Pregnant women.
  • Breastfeeding women.
  • Patients with immunological diseases.
  • Patients suffering from cancer.
  • Diabetic patients.
  • Patients undergoing anticoagulant therapy.
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