Hair mesotherapy is the process of applying mesotherapy, known in the classical sense, to the scalp. Mesotherapy can be applied to strengthen the structure of the hairs not only on the scalp, but also on the eyebrows, sideburns, mustache and beard area. Hair mesotherapy should be understood as all treatments applied to all areas with hair and to increase the strength of the follicular unit. However, since the problem is mostly hair loss and the aim is to strengthen the scalp, hair mesotherapy is understood as the mesotherapy of the scalp.
The basis of hair mesotherapy is the injection of a specially prepared drug into the relevant area with the help of an injector. The problem is mostly hair loss or hair being weaker than it should be. In this way, the scalp area where mesotherapy is applied both gets more blood and this effect, which is obtained with the help of drugs, spreads over a long time.
Drugs Used: The drugs used are some keratolytic agents, vitamins, minerals and surface expanders found in the structure of the hair. All of them are natural therapeutic agents and come together to create a synergistic effect.
Effect duration: The effect of hair mesotherapy starts to be seen mostly from the second session. Unless the mesotherapy doctor suggested otherwise, the second session should be done about a week later. So, after hair mesotherapy, a positive result should be expected at the earliest one week later.
Generally, after the first session, there is some shedding in the hair. This is a normal situation and should not cause despair from treatment. After the second session, these shedding will stop and result in stronger hair growth.
Frequency of Session: Hair mesotherapy is planned in two different ways as ATTACK TREATMENT and PROTECTIVE TREATMENT. Offensive Treatment is the first treatment applied and as the name suggests, it is done at more frequent intervals and in a short time. It is preferred in the first periods when hair loss is active. The steps applied in Offensive Treatment are as follows:
Step 1: A total of 10 sessions once a week.
Step 2: A total of 10 sessions, 3 sessions once a week, followed by 2 more sessions once a week.