Capillary transdermal mesotherapy is based on the application of minerals, vitamins, amino acids, growth factors, nucleic acids and co-enzymes to a patient’s scalp for the purpose of combating hair loss as well as male and female baldness. Typically, a transdermal aesthetic device and/or a high frequency ultrasound device are used.
The ultrasonic apparatus delivers the active ingredients into the skin without the requirement of a needle. It allows the cell membranes to become temporarily permeable so the cell can absorb the nutrients within the solution.
This system offers a completely non-invasive, non-painful solution for people who may be sensitive to needle treatments.
The final compound that is applied on the bald areas depends on the needs of each patient.
Additionally, each session of transdermal mesotherapy might use a dual-action process, which employs chemical stimulation and mechanical stimulation to the affected area.
Treatment duration lasts between 20 to 30 minutes. The frequency of transdermal mesotherapy sessions varies from once or twice per week, and the duration of the entire hair treatment is 6 months - 3 months of mesotherapy sessions, and 3 months of maintenance sessions performed every 15 or 30 days.
- Corrects hormonal imbalances in and around the hair follicle.
- Delivers nutrients to the hair.
- Improves blood circulation.
- Helps prevent hair loss.