Hair Mesotherapy

This method facilitates the absorption of nourishing components by the hair follicles, effectively addressing issues such as hair loss, thinning, and promoting stronger and shinier hair. In today’s environment, where pollution from the air and water, along with factors like stress, tension, and sleep disorders, has a significant impact on natural beauty, women often find dissatisfaction with the condition of their hair. Hair is one of the first areas affected by bodily changes, and preventive measures are crucial. While protecting hair from potential issues is easier than dealing with existing problems, many individuals neglect preventive methods until they experience visible damage and hair loss. Mesotherapy and various cosmetic methods can be effective solutions to address these concerns.

However, when the condition of the hair deteriorates significantly, leading to hair loss, individuals become more conscious of the situation. At this stage, various cosmetic methods, including mesotherapy, can be considered to tackle these issues.

What Is Hair Mesotherapy and How Is It Applied?

Hair mesotherapy involves the direct injection of essential components such as vitamins, minerals (Calcium, Iodine, Manganese, Copper, Zinc, Selenium, Iron, Potassium), agents related to the keratin layer of the skin, amino acids, and surface expanders required for hair growth and development into the scalp.

This technique is highly effective for addressing various scalp and hair issues, making it one of the most popular applications in modern cosmetology. Mesotherapy can tackle a range of problems, including stimulating inactive hair bulbs, nourishing hair follicles, and eliminating dandruff. It is essential to have this procedure performed by an experienced specialist.

Microinjections facilitate the application of specialized medications containing the vitamins and nutrients necessary for maintaining healthy hair and promoting hair growth. The specific medicinal composition is determined by the doctor based on the individual’s particular concerns. The cost of the procedure is aligned with the intended therapeutic effects. It’s important to note that mesotherapy offers solutions for various hair problems.

Indications of Hair Mesotherapy

  • Excessive hair loss
  • Seborrhea of the scalp associated with the breakdown of sebaceous glands;
  • Dandruff
  • Scratched and dry scalp
  • Increased hair fragility and split hair
  • Volume loss in basal area

Hair Mesotherapy Procedure

The process begins with a consultation with a qualified specialist. During this consultation, the specialist assesses the individual’s hair condition, concerns, and goals. Based on the assessment, the doctor selects a medicinal composition that suits the individual’s specific needs. This composition typically includes vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and other nutrients essential for hair health. The chosen medications are prepared for injection. These medications are formulated to nourish hair follicles, stimulate hair growth, and address particular issues like dandruff. In some cases, a local anesthetic solution may be applied to the scalp to minimize discomfort during the injection process. Microinjections are administered directly into the scalp using fine needles. These injections deliver the medicinal solution into the targeted areas, promoting hair health and growth. After the procedure, the individual may receive guidelines on post-treatment care. This may include avoiding certain activities or products for a specified period. Depending on the treatment plan, follow-up appointments may be scheduled to monitor progress and determine if additional sessions are needed.

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