What is Hair Mesotherapy?
Bad weather, environmental factors, and other health issues can lead to hair problems such as lifeless, weak, thin, and dull hair. Hair mesotherapy involves injecting the necessary vitamins, minerals, and amino acids directly into the target area under the skin where hair follicles are located.
It is used to treat male or female pattern hair loss (androgenetic alopecia), hair loss due to poor nutrition and hormonal changes, hair loss caused by endocrine disorders, or loss/thinning of hair follicles due to environmental factors.
Essentially, it is a treatment that stimulates the natural renewal processes of hair follicles. Hair mesotherapy is performed to revitalize weakened and falling hair follicles due to adverse conditions. Through this process directly applied to the hair follicle, hair can achieve the desired appearance in a short period of time. Hair mesotherapy is an anti-aging practice that rapidly prevents or stops various negative changes related to hair. The solutions used in the treatment contain the necessary vitamins, minerals, and other nourishing substances for hair. Hair mesotherapy is used to address issues such as hair loss, thinning, weakening, or other problems of the scalp. These mesotherapy mixtures nourish hair follicles, increase blood circulation, and revitalize hair follicles.
Who is Hair Mesotherapy For?
Hair mesotherapy can be safely applied to both genders. In addition, it is an effective method for treating hair loss that occurs in women due to significant hormonal changes after pregnancy and during menopause.
Hair plays a significant role in people’s presentation, and when it is not strong and dense enough, it can lead to social phobia. Especially the lack or absence of hair near the front hairline and on the top and sides of the head can be a serious aesthetic problem. Over time, this can have negative psychological and social effects on both men and women.
Hair mesotherapy is particularly recommended for individuals experiencing hair loss and alopecia. Excessive hair loss is a significant issue for both men and women. Men tend to experience the early signs of baldness at a younger age compared to women. The effectiveness of treatment is satisfactory in both men and women, and positive results are often seen rapidly after the procedure.
The most common reasons for hair loss in women include:
- Excessive stress
- Incorrect and traumatic hair treatments
- Improper use of hair care products
- Vitamin and mineral deficiencies
The most common reasons for hair loss in men include:
- Hormonal (Androgenic)
- Genetic (Male-pattern baldness)
- Nutritional deficiencies
- Alopecia areata
Advantages of Hair Mesotherapy
Hair mesotherapy is a modern method that promotes the growth of healthy hair and can be applied with or without needles. Advanced technology and nano-products allow for high efficiency and rapid results. As it is a non-surgical method, there are no risks associated with surgery, such as pain, infection, swelling, recovery time, etc. Due to its ease and practicality, it is often preferred as a stimulating and revitalizing treatment for thinning hair.
Needle-Free Hair Mesotherapy
Mesotherapy is recommended as soon as hair weakness and signs of hair loss begin. Meso Intense is a treatment method applied to the scalp to stop hair loss, improve the quality of existing hair, and strengthen thinning hair.
It is used not only to slow down hair loss but also to give a healthy and vibrant look to dry, lifeless hair. Hair mesotherapy stops excessive oiliness causing a dirty appearance in the hair and prevents scalp itching. It also prevents eczema-like flakiness on dry scalps.
Mezo Intense is a combination of two technologies:
- Electroporation principle instead of needles
- Meso-chip aqua channels with penetration technology
Microcrystalline tips create mini pores in the skin, and the electroporation system simultaneously creates water channels in the double-layered lipid layer of cells called “keratinocytes,” which form a barrier in the skin. The product’s contents are transported to the inner layers of the skin through these tiny channels. The depth of delivery in the skin is between 0.3-0.8 mm. The microchannels close completely within 1-2 hours, and the skin returns to its normal structure. This initiates the process of promoting new hair growth without damaging the epidermal structure.
This method is applied worldwide to prevent hair loss. Mesotherapy products and PRP (platelet-rich plasma) applied to the capillary vessel endings in the middle layer of the skin have a rapid effect. Supporting the treatment with special home care products further enhances its effectiveness.
How is Hair Mesotherapy Performed?Hair loss mesotherapy involves the superficial injection of substances that stimulate growth and prevent hair loss into the scalp. The medications used in mesotherapy are determined based on the patients’ needs. Micro injections are made into the scalp using micro-needles. The injected substances contain vitamins, minerals, and amino acids that nourish hair follicles. This procedure nourishes hair follicles and repairs the tissue to which the follicles are attached. The vitamins that most affect those experiencing hair loss are:
- Saw Palmetto: Supports new hair growth and prevents shedding.
- Vitamin B5: Supports new cell formation, strengthens thin hair, and accelerates hair growth.
- Vitamin E: An antioxidant that protects hair and skin health. Enhances blood circulation and metabolism, promoting rapid revitalization of hair cells.
- Procapil Vitamins: Supports new hair growth, stimulates blood flow, and prevents hair loss.
- Copper Tripeptide-1: Stimulates hair follicle cell multiplication.
- B Vitamin Complex (B1 Thiamine, B5 Dexpanthenol, B6 Pyridoxine, B7-B8 Biotin): Revitalizes, heals, and moisturizes the skin and hair.
- Capsaicin: Increases the number of hair follicles, prolongs the growth phase from anagen to telogen.
- Iron Gluconate: Increases microcirculation in the scalp. Regulates blood flow and increases red blood cells responsible for circulation in the targeted area.