At Aesthetic Health we offer a wide range of regenerative hair treatments. Hair loss in both men and women can lead to a range of emotional issues. While some accept it as part of ageing, others struggle to come to terms with how they look and how others will see them. We aim to not only restore your crowning glory but also restore your confidence.
Androgenetic alopecia, most commonly known as male pattern baldness (although ladies can also experience this), causes hair follicles to shrink so that they produce thinner and thinner hairs until they stop producing altogether. Our range of innovative regenerative hair treatments and therapies – including Platelet Rich Plasma, Carboxytherapy and Mesotherapy – are designed to stimulate the follicles so they become healthier and stronger, slowing or reversing the thinning process and restoring hair growth.
Due to the fact that these innovative procedures are non-invasive, they can easily fit in with the busiest of schedules and require no downtime for recovery.
Platelet Rich Plasma therapy: Androgenetic alopecia, most commonly known as male pattern baldness (although ladies can also experience this), causes hair follicles to shrink so that they produce thinner and thinner hairs until they stop producing altogether. Through a series of small injections into the dermis of the scalp, Platelet Rich Plasma therapy stimulates the follicles so they become healthier and larger, reversing the thinning process.
Carboxytherapy: This innovative, non-surgical treatment involves small injections of carbon dioxide gas below the skin’s surface. The treatment stimulates hair growth by improving circulation, oxygenation and the supply of nutrients to the scalp and can be combined with other treatments to nourish and stimulate the hair follicles.
Mesotherapy: With a series of superficial microinjections, just below the epidermis, we can target the Mesotherapy cocktails to the exact areas of concern, stimulating hair strength and growth. The procedure is virtually painless and safe, and no dressing or local anaesthesia is required.