Dermaheal Hair Loss
Nanopeptide mesotherapy is a new and effective way of dealing with this problem as it is one of the most effective therapies to strengthen and thicken the hair shaft.
The appearance of one’s hair depends on many different factors such as genetics, general health and the amount of care devoted to the hair.
A typical person loses per day, on average, from 50 to 100 hairs. This fully natural process allows our body to “replace” the old, weakened hair, with new ones. If, however, you notice that the hair is falling out every time you comb, or you find an increasing number of strands on the brush, that signals that the condition of your hair could be significantly reduced.
It works by reducing the effects of hair loss and baldness for both women and men and promotes hair growth by revitalizing hair follicles and stimulating circulation, treating scalp problems and increasing the density and thickness of hair, it also stimulates and strengthens the hair roots ultimately moisturising and nourishing hair and scalp.
Nanopeptide mesotherapy is a treatment involving small microdroplet injections into very superficial layers of the skin. In the case of hair loss these injections are performed on the scalp. The treatment contains a mixture of ingredients including vitamins and mineral but more importantly it contains peptides which each have a seperate job:
- Decapeptide – which strengthens the hair while stimulating follicles to produce strong hair shafts.
- Oligopeptide – stimulates hair cell proliferation and migration.
- Acetyl Decapeptide – which revitalizes hair follicles by newly regenerating hair cells.
- Copper Tripeptide – helps to strengthen hair while stimulating hair follicles to product strong hair shafts and helps with blood circulation in the scalp and revitalizes hair follicles.
Nanopeptide Mesotherapy can restore hair in cases of male baldness and alopecia (transitional, or sometimes permanent, outbreaks of hair loss although the disease is fairly rare, it can touch almost every human being, regardless of gender or age).
The procedure is based on the technique of injecting active ingredients into the scalp in order to stimulate the natural hair regeneration process.
What results you can expect after undergoing Nanopeptide mesotherapy?
The treatments are primarily aimed at regenerating, nourishing and strengthening the patient’s hair. Therefore, the hair loss process is slowed down and the growth of new hair is highly stimulated. However, to obtain satisfying results of the treatment, it should be started in the early days of the appearance of hair loss. Nanopeptide mesotherapy should in fact be decomposed into two stages. The first is theso-called “phase of shock therapy.” This means that the patient should undergo the treatment repeatedly, from 7 to 14 days, between each treatment, for the next two months. The second step is the “fixing permanent effects.” In this stage of therapy the patient takes one treatment per month, for a period ranging from three to even six months.
Apart from the obvious advantages, to drastically improve the state of your hair, the current therapy entails a number of other positive side effects which you will no doubt notice, including healthier scalp, fuller eyebrows and eyelashes.
What is hair loss?
There are many types of hair loss which is also called alopecia:
Gradual thinning of hair with age is a natural condition known as involutional alopecia. More and more hair follicles go into a telogen, or resting, phase, and the remaining hairs become shorter and less in number.
Androgenic alopecia is another form of hair loss. It’s a genetically predisposed condition that can affect both men and women. Men with this condition can begin suffering hair loss as early as their teens or early 20s, while most women don’t experience noticeable thinning until their 40s or later.
In men, the condition is also called male pattern baldness. It’s characterised by a receding hairline and gradual disappearance of hair from the crown. In women, androgenic alopecia is referred to as female pattern baldness. Women with the condition experience a general thinning over the entire scalp, with the most extensive hair loss at the crown.