Mesotherapy is a non-surgical technique that uses injections of vitamins, amino acids, hormones, enzymes, and plant extracts to rejuvenate, tighten skin, and remove excess fat. Mesotherapy is the most popular treatment performed throughout Europe, was developed by France doctor Michael Pistor in 1952. The original purpose was to relieve the pain.
Mesotherapy is a procedure for both men and women who are suffering from hair loss. The treatment is unquestionably an alternative method of restoring missing hair by injecting vitamins, proteins, and other vital nutrients into the scalp’s mesoderm to restore hormonal balance.
As a result, cell metabolism resumes and the hair follicles are able to produce long, dense, and strong hair.
Mesotherapy in hair loss, the professional’s uses very fine needles to deliver the ingredients into the mesoderm, the layer of fat and tissue underneath the skin.
The most common cause of hair loss is due to lack of proper nutrients; reduce blood circulation and hormonal factors. Mesotherapy can deliver the exact nutrient to the right place around the hair follicles, where it is really needed.
Mesotherapy can also increase circulation, reduces the inflammation, and even counteract the excess of DHT in the underlying tissues of the scalp. Hence, mesotherapy can stimulate the hair follicle and effectively treat hair loss in both men and women.
As such there is no standard formula for the substance injected in mesotherapy; though it depends on the condition you are suffering from.
Formulated medicines like vasodilators such as minoxidil and so on.
To treat alopecia or hair loss vitamins, minerals, natural plant extracts, or medicines such as minoxidil and finasteride are injected into the scalp. Mesotherapy reduces hair loss, aids hair growth, and inhibits the further process of male or female pattern baldness.
Mesotherapy is a non-surgical or minimal-invasive technique, performed as an out-patient procedure. The treatment is safe as the injected ingredient usually contains vitamins, minerals, plant extracts and so on which usually do not cause allergic or side effects. During the treatment the injections are given with a very fine needle, thereby the patient may feel mild discomfort or pain.
The patient suffering from diabetes, bleeding disorder, hemophilia, or during pregnancy the procedure should not be carried out; and in patients with chronic skin, disorders need to be done with caution. However, patients on certain medications such as aspirin and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), can increase the risk of bleeding therapy; hence have to stop one week prior to the procedure.
Prior to therapy, a topical numbing cream is applied in a very sensitive patient. The professional uses either a specific fine needle or a meso gun to deliver the series of injections.