Hair Mesotherapy is a non-invasive hair restoration cosmetic treatment.
Superficial microinjections of pharmaceutical and homeopathic medications, plant extracts, vitamins and other ingredients are injected into the scalp.
It is used to promote hair growth and treat hair loss in the case of thinning hair and to try to prevent hair loss.
It is used on men and women with androgenetic alopecia usually called male pattern baldness and female pattern hair loss.
Mesotherapy treatment has been used for decades to successfully restore lustre and volume to thinning hair and to promote significant hair regrowth for both women and men who have experienced the beginnings of balding or Alopecia Areata.
Dr Michel Pistor (1924–2003) was the founder of Mesotherapy, after a chance encounter with a patient in the village of Bray Et Lu in 1952.
Throughout Europe, South America, the United States of America and Asia, Mesotherapy has been successfully used to treat a variety of hair loss conditions and today it is known to be practiced by approximately 40,000 physicians worldwide.
When administered professionally the treatment is very safe and essentially painless, with no local anaesthesia or dressing to the skin required.
The active ingredients in the solution work together to quicken hair growth by improving blood circulation, neutralizing excess DHT, reducing inflammation, stimulating the production of collagen and increasing the follicle size to halt hair loss.
Some people can experience positive results within the first few weeks of treatment, however it can vary depending upon the severity of the hair loss and how the individual responds to the treatment.
Patients should expect to expect to see significant results within the first 2-3 months of treatment, but the full effect of the treatment may take up to 6 months.
Mesotherapy has been shown in a clinical trial to be more effective than topical application of Minoxidil for successful hair restoration treatment in females suffering from hair loss.