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Mesotherapy is one of the modern methods of cosmetology and has quickly gained popularity due to its high efficiency. It is a low-cost procedure as it requires only syringes, medication, and a skilled physician. Mesotherapy is a technique that makes use of injections of vitamins, enzymes, hormones and plant extracts to give the skin the youthful glow it needs and to make it tighter than it is, and also to break down excess fat.

Michel Pistor, a French doctor, invented this method in 1952. It was originally used to relieve pain. Since then, it has become popular in the United States and other parts of the world. Since mesotherapy is not invasive, there is often no downtime. Many people can return to their regular activities immediately. Some people may experience swelling and pain at the injection sites, so they may need to rest for a day.

What are the Purposes of Mesotherapy?

Today, mesotherapy is used for the following purposes:

  • Remove fat from areas such as abdomen, thighs, hips, buttocks, legs, arms and face
  • Reduce cellulite
  • Fade wrinkles and lines
  • Tighten loose skin
  • Reshape the body
  • Lighten pigmented skin
  • One of the conditions that cause hair loss is the treatment of alopecia.
  • What is Mesotherapy for Hair Loss?
  • The method is done using needles with very fine tips to deliver multiple injections into the middle layer of the skin (mesoderm). The idea behind mesotherapy is to repair unseen problems such as poor circulation and inflammation that causes skin damage. There is no standard formula of the substances injected in mesotherapy. Doctors use a wide variety of solutions, including:
  • Prescription medications such as vasodilators and antibiotics
  • Hormones such as calcitonin and thyroxine
  • Enzymes such as collagenase and hyaluronidase
  • Herbal extracts
  • Vitamins and minerals

Can Mesotherapy be used in Hair Loss?

Mesotherapy is a unique treatment that includes a series of injections containing active substances once a week to stimulate hair growth. By applying these active ingredients to the mesoderm (middle layer of the skin), the treatment stimulates strong hair and promotes the growth of thicker and healthier hair. Scalp mesotherapy is used in treatment.

  1. Non-androgenic alopecia and environmental factors (sun, pollution, etc.)
  2. Hair thinning
  3. Treat hair loss in women
  4. To eliminate dandruff and seborrhea
  5. To treat thin and/or lifeless hair

In addition to eliminating wrinkles and getting rid of unwanted fat, mesotherapy can also be injected into the scalp to alleviate the effects of hair loss caused by alopecia. People who apply mesotherapy for hair loss claim that:

  1. Regulates hormone imbalances in and around the hair follicle
  2. Provides nourishment to the hair
  3. Improves blood circulation

However, as in other areas of use of mesotherapy, there are very few studies showing that it offers a definitive solution for hair loss. Most injectables have not been shown in studies to regrow hair. A tefinasteride and minoxidil have any evidence to suggest they work.

Process of Hair Mesotherapy

  1. Our trichologist will first analyze your hair loss and decide how many mesotherapy sessions you will need.
  2. You will receive one injection per session for a total of four to six sessions, every seven to ten days.
  3. Hair mesotherapy treatment is almost painless. Thus, anesthesia is not required. The following formula is used for injections:

– Medicines such as antibiotics and vasodilators.

– Hormones such as calcitonin and thyroxine.

– Collagenase and hyaluronidase enzymes.

– Herbal extracts as well as vitamins and minerals.

  1. The hair specialist will make injections into your scalp at varying depths ranging from one to four millimeters.
  2. The hair specialist inserts the needle into your scalp at an angle to allow the trichologist’s wrist to move while injecting.
  3. A few weeks after the treatment, your sparse hair or untidy hair will be covered with natural hair.

How Does Mesotherapy Work?

Mesotherapy works by applying a series of injections into the middle and lower layers of the skin to suspend fat deposits and cellulite. The injected solution may contain minerals, anesthetics, vitamins or other chemicals; however, it usually depends on the formula your doctor decides on. These chemicals work together to first paralyze and then break down the fat cells. Mesotherapy is usually followed by an additional treatment to remove dead cells from the lower layers of the skin.

Mesotherapy tends to work in an additional way by connecting fat cells to muscle tissue to increase the rate at which they are naturally burned by the body. All doctors who apply mesotherapy use a different chemical and mineral formula to dissolve fat cells. Therefore, each result is very different and therefore cannot always show equally satisfactory results to all who pass the same test.

Individuals who receive mesotherapy treatment say that if you go to a doctor with the right training, the risks will be minimized. Nausea, pain, sensitivity, swelling, itching, redness, bruising, swelling at the injection site, dark skin spots, rash, infection, scars may be among the side effects.

What are the Pros and Cons of Mesotherapy?

Benefits & Pros of Hair Mesotherapy

A mesotherapy session takes less time, let’s say about fifteen (15) to thirty (30) minutes.

– This process seems appropriate for a single session.

– Mesotherapy strengthens hair follicles.

– There are very mild side effects and pain or discomfort from the mesotherapy procedure.

– Mesotherapy helps to stimulate hair follicles as injection substances stimulate hair follicles.

– Since it does not require general anesthesia after the mesotherapy procedure, the person can return to his/her life after the session is over.

– Mesotherapy helps to motivate the blood circulation in the scalp.

– Patients do not feel any pain during the mesotherapy injection.

– Mesotherapy helps to reduce hair loss and promote hair regeneration.

– Strengthens hair follicles and promotes new hair growth.

– Gives hair a healthy and shiny look.

– Mesotherapy is suitable for all hair types.

– Strengthens and repairs damaged hair.

Disadvantages & Cons of Hair Mesotherapy

– Mesotherapy is a new method in skin treatment. Outcomes are quite varied and some patients do not report any difference in their appearance after the procedure.

– The materials used in mesotherapy may be unreliable.

– There is a possibility of infection because the needle is stuck in the skin.

– Mesotherapy usually needs many sessions to be truly effective. Some doctors may bill for each session, while others may bill for the entire program.

– Mesotherapy is not beneficial for many people as it does not cure all hair problems and does not cure baldness.

– Sometimes mesotherapy is not effective and there have been cases where it has not been successful in stopping hair loss.

– Mesotherapy treatment is a treatment that the individual has to receive uninterrupted throughout his life, 1-2 sessions a year or every six months to maintain the result.

– There is no clear evidence of the effectiveness of mesotherapy and it varies from person to person.

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