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Biomimetic Mesotherapy Hair Treatment  for Hair Loss

Androgenetic alopecia (AGA) is the commonest form of hair loss affecting both men and women. Almost all men and women with AGA begin to lose their hair prior to the age of 40 and many will commence losing their hair by the age of 30. AGA affects around 50% of men and 20-50% of women by the age of 50 and is distinguished from all other types of Alopecia by its gradual onset.

AGA is caused by progressive, gradual shrinking of normal hair follicles that produce normal (terminal) hairs into miniaturised hair follicles that produce fine (vellus) hairs. The terminal-to-vellus hair ratio, normally 2:1 gradually reduces until it is reversed.

Although AGA is considered by most doctors to be a cosmetic condition, it can have significant psychological and physical effects on those affected by it. Women are particularly prone to suffering the adverse psychological effects of hair loss, as a thick head of hair is a highly valued aspect of feminine beauty in almost every culture.

Men present with gradual thinning in the temporal areas, producing a V shaped frontal hairline. As baldness progresses, a bald patch appears on the crown of the head, which increases in size as the frontal hairline recedes. Eventually the receding frontal hairline and the bald patch meet up, leading to loss of hair on most of the top of the head, whilst the hair around the base of the head remains intact. This pattern of hair loss is classified as Norwood/Hamilton stages 1-7.

Women usually present with diffuse thinning of hair on the crown of the head. This pattern of hair loss is classified as Ludwig stages 1-3. V shaped temporal recession does occur in women but usually to a lesser degree than in men. In general, women maintain their frontal hairline.

AGA is inherited however, the exact mechanism of inheritance has not been determined. It is also likely that systemic or external factors also play a role.Mesotherapy introduces microscopic quantities of homeopathic medications, traditional pharmaceuticals, vitamins, mineral and amino acids into the skin. Using a specialized cocktail, the scalp is essentially given a vitamin boost which can improve the blood circulation in this area. Better circulation allows the hair follicles to be better nourished and improves hair re-growth. 

Mesotherapy treatment for hair loss will likely be done using a mesotherapy injection gun as opposed to the mesotherapist injecting by hand. 

This helps to make mesotherapy treatment for hair loss consistent and swift as well as potentially less painful.

As many as six sessions of mesotherapy treatment for hair loss over a period of four to six months may be required but results will probably be visible after just a couple of sessions. The mesotherapist will advise on specific cases as to whether more or less treatments will be required.

Mesotherapy can potentially eliminate the need for hair transplant surgery. However, mesotherapy treatments work best when toxins are eliminated from the diet and the client is following a healthy exercise program.

 

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