HISTORY OF MESOTHERAPY
In 1952 Dr Michel Pistor treated the cobbler for an asthma attack with procaine, in his village of Bray et Lu. This treatment had a limited effect on the underlying disease although the patient, who had been deaf for many years, was able to hear the village bells ring again. He then thought of continuing the procaine treatment but administered next to the ear with positive results. It was from this finding that he continued a never ending quest to treat the disease from as close a point as possible. And according to his saying “a little, not very often, in the right spot”.
In 1964 the French Society of Mesotherapy was founded in Paris, with 16 members and The French Academy of Medicine recognized Mesotherapy as a Specialty of Medicine in 1987.
Popular throughout European countries and South America, Mesotherapy is practiced by approximately 40.000 physicians worldwide.
WHAT IS MESOTHERAPY?
Mesotherapy is a non-invasive technique based on superficial microinjections, just below the epidermis, into the target tissues. The term «meso» is derived from the mesoderm or middle layer of the skin (approx. 1 mm deep). Mesotherapy is a treatment that stimulates the mesoderm, which relieves a wide variety of symptoms and ailments.
The solution injected can contain a wide range of minerals, vitamins, amino acids, nucleic acids and co-enzymes that can be tailored to each patient’s individual needs.
Mesotherapy for hair loss is used with great success in Europe and the United States. The treatment is virtually painless and safe when done professionally. There is no dressing or local anaesthesia required. After the treatment you can just go back to work.
Today we know that Mesotherapy is as effective or more effective than tablets in hair rejuvenation and restoration.
Mesotherapy brings just the right materials to the exact place where it is needed (around the hair follicle) so that
the hair follicle can grow and survive,
the excess of DHT (dihydrotestosterone) is neutralised and
the blood circulation is stimulated.
What is mesotherapy for hair growth?
Mesotherapy is an alternative treatment that helps to cure baldness in both males and females by reducing hair loss, promoting hair growth and slowing male pattern baldness. It is a process which regulates the proteins, vitamins and other nutrient levels and growth factors in the scalp of the patient suffering from balding. This is done by injecting in the least painful way, nutrient boosters in the scalp with the help of an injection gun to aid in the nourishing and hydrating of the scalp. This also includes initiating cell metabolism, eliminating infections and promoting and accelerating hair growth, improving blood circulation in the scalp and strengthening and reviving the hair follicles to help create dense, voluminous, strong, long and healthy tresses. This is a comparatively faster treatment than its counterparts as it helps to gradually restore hormonal balance and neutralizes the effects of DHT hormone leading to accelerated growth of new hair strands.
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The treatment itself, performed by our specialist doctor, takes between 10 and 30 minutes depending on the extension of the area being treated.
Usually a minimum of 10 sessions is required to stimulate hair growth. We recommend starting with an intensive course of treatments every 2 weeks for the first 2-3 months. The frequency then gradually decreases and the results of hair rejuvenation become evident already after 2-3 months. In order to keep the results maintenance treatments are needed generally once every 2 to 3 months.
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MESOTHERAPY IN HAIR LOSS
An effective time-release delivery system that can improve blood circulation, reduce inflammation, neutralize excess DHT, stimulate collagen, increase follicle size to stop hair loss and stimulate hair growth.
Active Ingredients Acetyl tetrapeptide-3 & Biochanin A
MECHANISM OF ACTION
How mesotherapy works
Mechanism of action of Mesotherapy
Mesotherapy employs both the physical (mechanical) and the chemical stimulation. Small doses of different medications are administered in specific areas depending on the condition being treated. They act like a medicinal bullet that is delivered directly to a target in the body.
The needle is creating micro perforations that induce a healing process. The posttraumatic response of the organism is to produce collagen and elastin – two of the key building blocks of skin. As there is no removal or “real” damage to existing collagen, the new formation of it simply adds to existing levels.