Mesotherapy for hair growth
Non-Surgical Hair Restoration
Nutrient-rich solution to promote hair growth.
This unique procedure uses microinjections filled with active ingredients inserted into the mesoderm (the middle layer of the skin).
Then, it stimulates the hair follicles to encourage hair growth that is stronger and healthier and halts hair loss. By stimulating the mesoderm of the skin, this treatment can aid the recovery of many symptoms which can cause hair loss.
Mesotherapy is known for its efficacy in addressing various hair and scalp conditions, including hair loss and thinning. It offers a non-invasive alternative to surgical procedures, with minimal downtime. The treatment can be particularly beneficial for individuals looking to enhance their hair’s overall volume and vitality.
While the results of Mesotherapy are not permanent, patients often notice visible improvements within a few months of treatment. Periodic touch-up sessions may be recommended to maintain the benefits of Mesotherapy.
Mesotherapy offers several advantages for hair rejuvenation:
Advantages of Mesotherapy Hair Rejuvenation
The target areas for hair mesotherapy typically include:
Scalp: Mesotherapy is primarily aimed at improving the health of the scalp and promoting hair growth. It’s administered directly into the scalp to stimulate hair follicles and enhance blood circulation.
Hairline: Mesotherapy can be used to address receding hairlines and promote regrowth in this area.
Crown and Vertex: It’s effective in treating hair thinning and bald spots on the crown or vertex of the head.
Frontal Area: Mesotherapy can help improve hair density in the frontal area of the scalp.
Temporal Region: This treatment can target hair loss or thinning in the temporal region on the sides of the head.
Top and Sides: Mesotherapy is versatile and can be used to treat hair loss or thinning on the top and sides of the head.
Eyebrows: In some cases, mesotherapy may also be used to enhance eyebrow density.
Beard (for men): Mesotherapy can be employed to stimulate beard growth in men who may have patchy or thin facial hair.
Before undergoing mesotherapy, it’s important to inform your doctor about any prescription and over-the-counter medications you are currently using. Follow your doctor’s advice regarding medications that might affect bleeding, such as aspirin, naproxen, ibuprofen, or blood thinners. You should also ensure your hair is clean on the day of the treatment and avoid using hair products.
Mesotherapy is a well-tolerated skin rejuvenation procedure. The treatment is relatively short, typically lasting under an hour. Clients may experience a mild level of discomfort, often described as a “pricking” sensation, although a numbing cream can be applied beforehand to make you more comfortable. The gentle approach and non-invasive technique mean many clients can expect to continue their regular daily activities after the treatment. Some, however, prefer to take a day of rest to allow any discomfort or redness of the treatment areas to subside.
You will see an instant enhancement in the appearance of the skin after the first mesotherapy application. This will continue to improve as the deep tissue structures are reorganized and strengthened. Whilst a single treatment has superb beneficial effects, we recommend a series of treatments to reach optimal results. Our trained aesthetic clinicians will advise you on the exact number of procedures based on the condition of your skin and your personal preferences and expectations. We generally recommend the following schedule based on age:
After the initial series of procedures, spontaneous refresher treatments can also be administered after sun exposure or to provide a “freshness kick” before social events and special occasions.
The healing phase of mesotherapy is relatively short and risk-free. The occurrence of infections or complications are kept to a minimum when the procedure is carried out by one of our highly skilled, trained professional aestheticians. Clients can experience redness, swelling or itching as well as mild bruising or bumps at the site of the injections. This typically subsides over the course of a week, once the healing process has settled.
Unfortunately, mesotherapy cannot be carried out on everyone. If you have one of the following contraindications, we do not recommend a mesotherapy treatment: