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Proven treatment and remedies for hair loss

By CN!

Excessive hair loss is probably one of the worst things that may happen to women. Hair loss can be caused by many factors, such as stress, diseases, inappropriate care, bad diet, and leading an unhealthy lifestyle. Luckily, contemporary aesthetic medicine offers effective methods that improve the condition of the hairstyle.


The simplest way to strengthen the hair and prevent hair loss is supplementation. The diet should include preparations recommended by a doctor or a pharmacist. You will surely need supplements containing horsetail, iron, zinc and proteins. The improvement of the condition will also be affected by scalp massages using, for example, burdock oil or castor oil.

Scalp Mesotherapy 

Injecting the scalp with special preparations can also provide satisfactory benefits. During mesotherapy, the beautician uses proper substances for nourishing, regenerating and healing. The treatment consists in inserting a thin needle into the deeper layers of the skin and introducing medicinal ingredients. In most cases, people with visible baldness on the top of the head are most likely to undergo such injections. Mesotherapy is used not only for therapeutic purposes but also preventive.

Platelet-rich plasma

During this procedure, the platelet-rich plasma obtained from the patient’s blood is used. The ingredients contained in this specific preparation stimulate hair follicles, strengthen hair and prevent baldness. With the plasma injection, you can receive a massage that facilitates the spreading of the product and accelerates the absorption of the preparation. It is recommended to perform three treatments repeated every month or every two months. One treatment takes about 30 minutes, and the traces of the needle disappear within an hour.


Treatment with carbon dioxide is used when treating baldness mostly considering women. This substance expands the blood vessels, making the skin and hair better oxygenated and thus healthier. Carboxytherapy is often combined with mesotherapy. Injecting carbon dioxide under the skin is not very painful but it is an effective treatment – the first results are visible after the third or fourth treatment.

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