Mesotherapy is a well-known treatment for its effects against body fat, but now this technique is also used to improve the condition of the hair. Specifically, it is ideal for those people who suffer the first signs of baldness, who have weakened hair and who see it daily as it loses strength and is much less abundant than before.

Hair mesotherapy is a non-surgical aesthetic treatment that involves the application of fine microinjections in the superficial area of ​​the scalp to insert a product that contains a combination of amino acids, vitamins, trace elements and vasodilators, in order to stop the advance of baldness and regulate all the components that enable hair growth.

It is a technique that is especially indicated for those people who suffer a beginning of alopecia but still retain the roots of the hairs. It is excellent for reducing hair loss, promoting hair growth, adding thickness to fine hair, repairing damaged hair fibers and renewing hair when it has been damaged as a result of environmental or genetic circumstances. In addition, it allows the scalp to have the amino acids it needs to increase the production of keratin and, therefore, have healthy and abundant hair.


The results are not immediately visible, but they are necessary between 3 and 5 months to observe the expected changes in the hair, and obviously these will also depend on each person and the degree of alopecia present.

We can point out that the main results that the patient can see after treatment are the following:

- Reduction of hair loss.
- Stop baldness.
- Hair stronger and abundant.
- Hair growth faster and completely healthy.

Before undergoing capillary mesotherapy, you should make sure that this type of treatment is right for you. There are certain cases in which it is not recommended, as is the case of pregnant women, patients who have some type of skin disease or condition in the scalp, diabetes or hemophilia. Consult your doctor before any questions you have about it.

In general, it is not a technique that usually causes serious side effects in patients, but it is possible that after a session you experience some pain in the area or mild inflammation. In this case, the specialist may recommend the use of an anti-inflammatory cream to reduce these symptoms.