PRP, GFC, Mesotherapy Hair Treatment


Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy for hair loss is a medical procedure that involves drawing a small amount of the patient's blood, processing it to concentrate the platelets, and then injecting the PRP into the scalp. Platelets contain growth factors that may help stimulate hair follicles, improve blood circulation, and promote hair growth. While PRP has been used in various medical fields, including orthopedics and dermatology, its application in hair restoration is a growing area of interest.



What is GFC Treatment?

To get the most out of healthy hair, we also recommend the GFC hair treatment or Growth Factor Concentrate procedure. By using your own blood, the treatment uses a highly concentrated growth factor preparation that can be injected in the scalp and neck to promote hair growth.


Mesotherapy Hair Treatment

Mesotherapy for hair loss is a non-surgical cosmetic treatment that involves injecting a combination of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and other active substances into the mesoderm, a layer of tissue under the skin. The goal of mesotherapy for hair is to promote hair growth, strengthen existing hair, and improve the overall health of the scalp.

Here's an overview of mesotherapy for hair:

  1. Injection Process:

    • A series of microinjections containing a customized blend of nutrients, vitamins, and other compounds are administered directly into the scalp. The injections are usually shallow and are performed using a fine needle or mesotherapy gun.
  2. Ingredients Used:

    • The specific cocktail of substances injected can vary, but common components include vitamins (such as B vitamins), minerals, amino acids, hyaluronic acid, and sometimes medications like minoxidil.
  3. Stimulation of Hair Follicles:

    • The injected ingredients are believed to stimulate blood circulation, improve nutrient delivery to the hair follicles, and encourage hair growth. The procedure aims to rejuvenate and nourish the hair follicles.
  4. Sessions:

    • Mesotherapy for hair loss typically involves an initial series of sessions spaced a few weeks apart, followed by maintenance sessions. The number of sessions needed can vary based on the individual's response to the treatment.
  5. Candidates:

    • Mesotherapy may be considered for individuals experiencing various types of hair loss, including androgenetic alopecia (genetic hair loss) or other non-scarring forms of alopecia. It's essential to consult with a healthcare professional or a qualified dermatologist to determine if mesotherapy is a suitable option for your specific condition.
  6. Post-Treatment Care:

    • After the procedure, patients are usually able to resume their normal activities without significant downtime. Some individuals may experience mild redness or swelling at the injection sites, but these effects are usually temporary.

It's important to note that while mesotherapy is promoted as a treatment for hair loss, its efficacy can vary among individuals, and scientific evidence supporting its long-term effectiveness is limited.

Category: Hair Treatment
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