Hair MESOTHERAPY is not a complementary medicine or an alternative medicine. It is the name of the application of medication by intradermal or subcutaneous injection. The goal of this technique is to bring affected areas and medication application areas closer to each other.
How does Hair Mesotherapy treatment work?
This treatment is used to stop hair loss, improve the quality of existing hair, and stimulate new hair growth. Small doses of selected medications are applied to the skin with special needles. It is a local treatment that affects only the implicated area. At certain periods, mesotherapy treatments can be applied to the scalp. This method is superior to other conventional drug therapies because it combines a very effective treatment with a small amount of medication that would cause fewer or no side effects.
What to Expect After Mesotherapy?
The results of any hair restoration treatment always vary between individuals. Different types of medications are used for hair growth in MESOTHERAPY. A few weeks after the first application, an improvement in hair is observed. After six weeks, new hair begins to grow again in affected areas and becomes part of the regular hair structure. Applications should be repeated within a particular period.
Who is suitable for Hair Mesotherapy?
Mesotherapy can be applied to people who experience the following indications;
- Androgenetic Alopecia – also known as male pattern hair loss
- Traction Alopecia – hair loss due to traction or pulling
- Alopecia Aerata – post-natal hair loss
- Diffuse hair loss – general hair loss which is more common in women
- Psoriasis, Lichen, Seborrheic, Dermatitis – hair loss due to these scalp diseases.
Early imitation of the treatment is effective in many cases.
Who is not suitable for Hair Mesotherapy?
Mesotherapy can not be applied to;
- Pregnant and breast-feeding women
- People with immunologic diseases
- Cancer patients
- Diabetic patients
- People under anticoagulant therapy
What does the treatment involve?
Hair mesotherapy has significant advantages in terms of improving hair quality, minimizing hair loss, and, occasionally, even stimulating the development of new hair. It involves injecting chemicals that promote hair growth and stop hair loss superficially into the scalp (mainly anti-inflammatory drugs, vitamins, nourishing substances or platelet-rich plasma).
A tiny amount of Revive Hair Loss Mesotherapy product is injected into the scalp during the procedure. The mesotherapy formula is administered directly to the follicles, unlike oral drugs, which must first travel through the digestive system before being absorbed into the circulation. In comparison to oral or topical treatments alone, this strategy can provide outcomes that are more potent and increase the benefits of the recipe.