Mesotherapy Against Hair Loss
Mesotherapy has received a lot of publicity in the media and on the Internet about its possible role in androgenetic alopecia. Mesotherapy when used for hair regrowth involves the method of injecting nutrient-rich fluid in the mesoderm of the scalp. This is the layer just under the epidermis that serves as a link between the stratum of fats and the tissues of the skin. Mesotherapy is an alternate treatment that can help to cure baldness in both males and females. It reduces hair loss, promoting hair growth and slowing male pattern baldness. It is a process that regulates the proteins, vitamins and other nutrient levels and growth factors in the scalp of the patient suffering from balding.
Certain causes of hair loss include reduced blood flow in the scalp, a lack of essential nutrients, and hormonal imbalances that distress hair follicles; such as excess production of hair loss androgen DHT. Fortunately, mesotherapy can be used to target the aforementioned three areas, helping reduce hair loss while also stimulating new hair growth.
Mesotherapy is a non-invasive procedure whereby microinjections are administered below the epidermal layer to reach targeted problem tissues. The perforations are superficial in nature, and mesotherapy targets the mesoderm, which consists of the middle layer of skin in the human body. Interestingly, the amino acids, minerals, vitamins, co-enzymes, and nucleic acids administered to the patient can be completely customized according to the unique needs and preferences of the patient.