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Hair Mesotherapy

Mesotherapy is a non-invasive and non-surgical cosmetic hair restoration procedure that has been steadily gaining in popularity. The technology at the root of the treatment is based on the understanding that most hair loss problems are a result of lack of proper nutrients, reduced blood circulation to the scalp, and hormone imbalances (DHT, in particular) around the hair follicle. For hair restoration treatments, the mesotherapy solution injected into the scalp contains a special combination of specific chemicals, minerals, amino acids, vitamins, nucleic acids, and co-enzymes specifically tailored according to the patient’s unique requirements. The treatment restores hormone balance at a gradual pace, which enables the steady growth of new, healthy hair strands. The History Of Mesotherapy Doctor Michel Pistor (1924–2003) was the founder of mesotherapy after a chance encounter with a patient in the village of Bray Et Lu in 1952 (1). Dr. Pistor had encountered a local cobbler who was suffering from an asthma attack. He treated the patient by administering procaine. The initial procaine treatment had little effect on the cobbler’s respiratory disease, however, during a follow-up session, the patient revealed that after being deaf for many years he was able to hear the village bells ringing again following the administration of the procaine treatment. Dr. Pistor then decided to administer the procaine treatment directly next to the patient’s ear, which continued to provide positive results for the cobbler’s hearing. Dr. Pistor then began to successfully administer similar treatments to his subsequent patients in the same manner, with the intention of treating their disease from as close a point as possible. He became well-known for his motto, “A little, not very often, in the right spot.” Dr. Pistor’s continued work led to the founding of the French Society of Mesotherapy in Paris in 1964, and mesotherapy became officially recognized as a legitimate treatment modality within conventional medicine by the French Academy of Medicine in 1987. Throughout Europe, South America, the United States of America, and Asia, mesotherapy has been successfully used to treat a variety of hair loss conditions and today it is known to be practiced by approximately 40,000 physicians worldwide.