Top Thinning Hair Treatments

Top Thinning Hair Treatments

Hair thinning is a prevalent condition worldwide; one third of women suffer from hair loss at some point in their lives, and two-thirds of men experience male pattern baldness. These figures mean 7.4 million men in the UK are losing their hair at any one time!

Hair thinning can come down to a number of factors – hence its commonality. It can be entirely hereditary, hormonal, medical, stress-related, a result of tight hairstyles or simply from ageing. This condition can also strike men or women at any time in their lives. However, that being said, it shouldn’t be something to fear or feel self-conscious about as we want to help you regain both your hair and your confidence! It’s essential to stay informed on hair loss treatments as some of them can prevent the need for a hair transplant further down the line, when utilised at the correct stage of hair loss symptoms. Furthermore, taking care of your hair after a hair transplant is equally essential to ensure the results last and work to the best ability. 

Here at Aesthetics of Liverpool, we are trained in aiding hair transplants and medical hair loss conditions. Our treatments are always personalised depending on the consulting doctor’s prescriptions and are uniquely adapted for your hair thinning or hair loss needs. 

Treatments at Aesthetics of Liverpool 

Mesotherapy and Mesoplasma Mesotherapy

Mesotherapy is a highly effective treatment for slowing down hair loss and is completely painless. This non-invasive technique is based on micro-injections into the epidermis of the scalp in the targeted tissue. Therefore, it is recommended to combine both mesotherapy and Mesoplasma Mesotherapy sessions to see ultimate results. The two Mesotherapies are prepared using the same vitamin base: minerals, biotin, amino acids, hyaluronic acid, nucleic acids, and coenzymes.

In mycoplasma mesotherapy, the patient’s plasma – naturally rich in platelets and growth factors – is added to the scalp. PRP stands for ‘‘plasma rich platelets, a component of the blood that aids healing. A blood sample is taken during the treatment, and the platelets are separated and then applied to the affected area to stimulate hair regrowth. PRP is a highly effective treatment within the aesthetic industry, used for many problems thanks to its renowned healing properties. 

PRP is often recommended post hair transplant to ensure the transplanted hair follicles will survive and promote healing with minimal scarring. PRP also helps increase the graft yield rate, meaning you will get more out of your hair transplant for a more extended period. 

Photobiomodulation (PBM)

Photobiomodulation, otherwise known as low-level laser or light therapy, is an innovative treatment for managing hair loss. PBM uses specific wavelengths of red and near infra-red light to target mitochondria, stimulating cellular energy production. This, therefore, gives a solid boost to hair growth. In addition, PBM boosts circulation by improving the blood flow to the scalp, which enhances any repair to damage cells, supplies more nutrients and removes any waste products. PBM also prevents apoptosis (cellular death) in weakened cells allowing them to strengthen and function. Thus, PMB has the potential to prevent the need for hair transplant surgery later on in life. 

Nappage

If you are looking for a more natural way to restore and revitalise hair, French Nappage is a popular and common technique. It uses entirely natural ingredients, is virtually pain-free and requires no downtime. In French, ‘‘nappage’’ means ‘‘delicate coating’’; the method consists of micro-injections containing essential nutrients deep into the skin, reviving the follicles and slowing down hair loss. 

Nappage can be used alone or in combination with PRP treatments to achieve optimal effectiveness! 

Microneedling 

Microneedling became recognised during the 1990s as an effective treatment for scarring. Since then, it has been used in many studies as an alternative or adjunctive treatment for androgenic alopecia and alopecia areata.

In addition to increasing the body’s natural collagen production, microneedling can also help induce stem cells in the hair follicles that may lead to growth. In addition, Microneedling can also promote the absorption of other products used in conjunction with this treatment – such as PRP. 

If you are interested in hearing more about our hair thinning treatments or booking in for your consultation today, please head over to our website, where you can see the complete lists and information of our services. Or, you can call us today on 01512031393. We know how daunting the thought of hair loss can be, and that’s why it’s essential to be informed on the correct treatments and tackle the issue as soon as it arises to stop the condition from worsening. Here at Aesthetics of Liverpool, we strive to make everyone the most confident versions of themselves and help eliminate insecurities across the country. 

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Medical Disclaimer: The information on this site is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. All content, including text, graphics, images and information, contained on or available through this web site is for general information purposes only. *Disclaimer: Actual results may vary on an individual basis. All deposits are non-refundable. Please note that we do not treat under 21 years of age and that all bookings are subject to a consultation with our Clinical Director to ensure you are safe for treatment.  Thread Lifts are carried out by Dr Suneetha Kovvuri GMC No 5195454.

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