Mesotherapy is a non-invasive and non-surgical cosmetic hair restoration procedure constantly gaining popularity.

The technology behind the treatment is based on the understanding that most hair loss problems result from a lack of proper nutrients, reduced blood flow to the scalp, and hormonal imbalances around the hair follicle.

A mesotherapy solution is injected into the scalp during the hair restoration treatment. It is a unique combination of specific ingredients, minerals, amino acids, vitamins, nucleic acids, and coenzymes tailored to the patient’s needs.

Mesotherapy is an effective treatment against hair loss. Microinjections containing a rich mixture of vitamins, minerals, trace elements, and other active substances are applied directly to the scalp. With the help of this method, the skin is revitalized, nourished, and supplied with blood, which reduces hair loss.

During  scalp mesotherapy, multivitamin preparations are preferably applied to the skin. The aim is to stimulate mitochondria, i.e., cell organelles responsible for the proper functioning of the cell. Mitochondria are the source of energy for the cell. The procedure is not painful; the micro-injections are located in the uppermost part of the skin.

Depending on the state of hair loss, applying injections  2-4 times at 2-3  weeks is recommended. Later, maintenance treatment once a year is sufficient. The ideal effect is achieved after several repetitions  and maintenance therapy every six months. After the procedure, the skin is red, with minor puncture marks on it. 

Mesotherapy is  one of the most popular methods for solving skin problems. It can  rejuvenate the skin on the face, neck, décolleté, and back of the hand. In addition, mesotherapy increases blood and lymph circulation, significantly supporting the skin’s regeneration ability.

Breakthrough technology

The treatment is very safe and painless without local anesthesia or skin dressing.

Mesotherapy has been used for decades to restore shine and volume to thinning hair successfully.

Superficial microinjections are introduced just below the epidermal layer of the skin into the relevant tissues to stimulate the mesoderm layer in the skin, which lies about 1mm below the surface. It supports natural hair regeneration and the proliferation process.

Mesotherapy uses a dual process that utilizes chemical and mechanical stimulation of the affected area.

Mechanical action

The needle used to administer the solution creates micro-perforations in the affected tissue. It triggers a healing process in which collagen and elastin are formed. These substances are the two building blocks in tissue vital for creating healthy skin and hair.

Chemical action

Active ingredients administered by microinjection stimulate an appropriate response in the mesoderm according to the condition being treated. The solution injected into the mesoderm layer of the skin contains active ingredients that work together to stimulate hair growth, improve circulation, neutralize excess DHT, reduce inflammation, stimulate collagen production, and increase follicle size to stop hair loss.

The skin provides a time-release system that releases the solution to the desired area.