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What is Scalp Mesotherapy?

Scalp Mesotherapy is a non-invasive cosmetic procedure that involves the injection of a customized combination of solutions into the scalp. These solutions typically contain a combination of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and growth factors that aim to nourish the hair follicles, improve scalp health, and stimulate hair growth. The procedure is performed using tiny needles or a mesotherapy gun, targeting specific areas of the scalp where hair thinning or hair loss is a concern.

How does Scalp Mesotherapy work?

During a Scalp Mesotherapy session, the customized solution is injected directly into the scalp, targeting the dermis layer where the hair follicles reside. The nutrients in the solution help to improve blood circulation, provide essential nutrients to the hair follicles, and stimulate cellular activity. This can result in strengthened hair follicles, increased hair thickness, and improved hair growth. The procedure is typically performed in multiple sessions, spaced a few weeks apart, to achieve optimal results.


Is Scalp Mesotherapy painful?

Scalp Mesotherapy is typically well-tolerated, and any discomfort experienced during the procedure is usually minimal. Most healthcare providers use fine needles or a mesotherapy gun to minimize discomfort. Some individuals may experience mild soreness or tenderness at the injection sites, but this typically resolves quickly.

How many Scalp Mesotherapy sessions are required?

The number of Scalp Mesotherapy sessions needed can vary depending on individual factors such as the severity of the hair loss or thinning and the desired results. Generally, a series of sessions is recommended, with an initial phase of treatments followed by maintenance sessions. Your healthcare provider can determine the optimal treatment plan based on your specific needs.

Who is a suitable candidate for Scalp Mesotherapy?

Scalp Mesotherapy is suitable for individuals experiencing hair thinning or hair loss due to various factors such as genetics, hormonal changes, or poor scalp health. It is important to have a consultation with a qualified healthcare provider to determine if you are a suitable candidate and to discuss your specific concerns and goals.

Remember to consult with a qualified healthcare provider who specializes in hair restoration or cosmetic procedures to discuss your specific concerns, assess your suitability for Scalp Mesotherapy, and receive personalized recommendations based on your unique hair condition and desired outcomes.

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