Mesotherapy & Alopecia

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Alopecia is the medical term used when describing hair loss in both men and women. The most common form is androgenetic alopecia, which occurs due to insufficient circulation, a bad diet or excessive amounts of a hormone called dihydrotestosterone (DHT). The result of this is that the normal hair follicles are replaced by less efficient follicles that produce finer hair, which falls out more easily.

How can Mesotherapy help?

It is claimed that mesotherapy can reverse the effects of alopecia so that no further hair is lost. Not only this but apparently the lost hair can be regrown over time. If such results are obtained, it could change the life of an alopecia sufferer forever and build up confidence.

The treatment is apparently so effective against alopecia because some of the ingredients can significantly improve blood circulation, which stimulates the hair to grow from normal follicles. This method is sometimes recommended to alopecia sufferers who have trialled other creams and drugs but were not satisfied with the outcomes.

If you choose to undergo mesotherapy for the treatment of alopecia, then you should expect to have to attend a number of appointments. The exact number varies depending on yourself as an individual but your practitioner should be able to give an estimate once they have analysed the seriousness of your alopecia.

Results of Mesotherapy for Alopecia

You should be prepared for the results of the mesotherapy to not be miraculous and if you are dissatisfied with this treatment alone then you may wish to consider undergoing a hair transplant. This can be complemented with further mesotherapy to encourage the growth of the hair that is left.

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