Within the personalized support of Racine², you would have previously undergone a complete hair diagnosis allowing your specialist to meticulously establish the most effective care plan.
A session, lasting approximately 45 minutes, unfolds as follows:
You are warmly welcomed to the center and comfortably settled in a treatment chair in a dedicated room.
Our experts take a blood sample.
The blood is centrifuged to isolate a solution, collected using a specific kit.
It is then injected into your scalp using a mesotherapy gun.
The treatment is almost painless.
For optimal results, it is recommended to undertake three sessions. The final result is visible 6 months after the last session. This treatment can complement a hair transplant to promote the development of hair implants.
The injection effectively slows down hair loss, promotes regrowth, and increases hair density.
Mesotherapy, a boost for regrowth
Mesotherapy involves injecting small amounts of specific products, a blend of hyaluronic acid and vitamins, into the dermis using microneedling (micro-needle injections), tailored to the needs of the scalp to provide the necessary nutrients.
This is the ideal treatment for temporary hair loss (post-pregnancy, weight loss, and deficiencies in particular).
The patient is exposed to cold and colored light on the scalp. This light, diffused through LED diodes, stimulates the regeneration of hair cells. Ideal in complement to a graft or hair treatment, you will achieve an optimal aesthetic result with one to two weekly sessions for two months.
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