Hair loss treatment
Hair loss is common in both women and men.
Causes of abnormal hair loss
Hair loss is a natural process. It is normal to observe, when you comb your hair, a daily loss of about 50 to 150 hairs that will be replaced by new ones.
If you lose more hair than usual, regardless of the season, you should look for the reason. It may be related to :
– a very strict diet
– the taking of medication
– acute stress
– unbalanced hormone production (excess testosterone, decreased estrogen, thyroid problem)
– mistreatment of the hair (colouring…)
– prolonged fatigue, chronic stress
– certain dietary iron deficiencies
– certain diseases of the scalp (seborrheic dermatitis, psoriasis, autoimmune causes…).
To prevent or slow down hair loss and contribute to hair regrowth, there are different treatments:
Mesotherapy consists of injecting a mixture of vitamins, minerals, amino acids and non-cross-linked hyaluronic acid into each cm2 of scalp.
This “cocktail” causes an increase in scalp vascularization and a better supply of nutrients to the hair bulb to strengthen it. These injections will stimulate the vitality of the scalp and the bulb, which will slow down hair loss. Revitalizes the follicles to restore strength and vigour to the hair.
The photomodulation by LED lamp promotes blood and lymphatic microcirculation at the root of the hair and revitalizes the follicles to restore strength and vigor.
Thanks to a better oxygenation, which in turn improves hair growth, the metabolism of the cells is increased and the production of sebum is regulated.
The results are as follows
After the mesotherapy and photomodulation sessions, the quality of the hair improves significantly:
– better density
– more regrowth
– slowing down hair loss
– protection against oxidizing agents
– film reduction
Hair loss stops and hair usually starts to grow back once the underlying cause is addressed. In the case of androgenic alopecia, another treatment must be considered, the famous PRP treatment which is based on the use of its own growth factors via blood sampling.