Mesotherapy is a technique that originated in France and involves multiple micro-injections of pharmaceutical or homeopathic medications, natural plant extracts and vitamins into the skin.
At our clinics we offer Mesotherapy as a proven and effective treatment for hair loss and thinning. There are many causes for premature hair loss and thinning and mesotherapy can target some of these causes by directly increasing the circulation and nutritional support to the hair follicles. From hair transplants, oral and topical supplements, medications and non-invasive treatments, we can provide solutions for hair loss and thinning to suit all budgets. Identifying the underlying causes of hair loss and hair thinning is key to any treatment plan and we also offer a comprehensive blood test to look at deficiencies that could be the reason for the problems.
The Mesotherapy cocktail for thinning hair can be specifically blended according to your own requirements and targets hair follicles and growth receptors with a measured and predictable dose of concentrated active ingredients.
Mesotherpy offers a safe, non-surgical option to this often distressing condition, and can be given as a course of treatment or combined with other hair restoration techniques.
We use Mesotherapy to:
Stimulate blood circulation to the hair follicles to support healthy growth and stimulate new growth
Target the processes which can lead to hair loss, including neutralising DHT (dihydrotestosterone) and reducing inflammation
Introduce the nutritional support directly to the hair follicles to significantly improve the quality of the existing hair and promote new growth.
Work in combination with other hair restoration techniques
This will vary depending on the areas being treated, however sessions normally take 30 minutes.
Because the cocktails are placed just under the scalp the tiny entry sites heal very quickly within 24 – 48 hours.
Courses of treatment are recommended and often combined with other therapies and supplements for sustained results.
Prices start from £250
What is Mesotherapy?
Mesotherapy is an injection technique that was pioneered in France in 1952 by Dr. Michael Pister. Mesotherapy has become increasingly popular as it is minimally invasive and has many anti-ageing benefits gained from both the injection technique, as well as the products being introduced into the skin. It involves multiple, painless, micro-injections of pharmaceutical and homeopathic medications, natural plant extracts and vitamins to the upper layers of the skin.
How does Mesotherpay work for the treatment of hair loss and hair thinning?
There are many processes involved in hair loss in men and women. The effectiveness of this treatment is dependent on the practitioner identifying the causes of the hair loss and selecting and blending a cocktail specifically to target those problems. These ingredients will be a range of pharmaceutical medicines, vitamins, minerals and growth factors, which will promote cell metabolism and provide the building blocks for healthy, strong hair.
How many treatments will I need before seeing results?
If Mesotherapy is being used as the only treatment option then 8 to 16 sessions would be required spaced 1 to 2 weeks apart. Results can be seen in around 2 to 3 months and maintenance sessions would be necessary to support long-lasting results.
Is the treatment painful?
The injection technique is extremely superficial and the products are of a ‘water-like’ consistenecy, which means there is little dicomfort. The treatment will take between 10 to 30 minutes and patients can go back to their normal activities immediately.
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