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Mesotherapy


Mesotherapy is a non-surgical cosmetic and aesthetic treatment that incorporates various injections of pharmaceutical medication, plant extracts, homeopathic medications, vitamins, and other substances into subcutaneous fat, thus making fat cells to break down and be drained out the body by the lymphatic system.

Mesotherapy is an excellent treatment for:

  • Prevent and slow down hair loss
  • Hair re-growth and controlling hair fall
  • Skin tightening and Skin lightening
  • Minimizing wrinkles, fine lines and creases around the eyes and mouth area
  • Fat reduction on particular body and face areas (abdominal area, love handles, chin, cheeks)
  • Cellulite


NANO MESO SOLUTION


A wide array of liposomal sterile solutions with great concentrations of active components cocooned in flexible nanosomes, unilamellar of analogous size. Specifically created to be used in transdermal Mesotherapy in combination with iontoforesis, electroporation, sonoforesis, rollers, etc.


Platelet-rich plasma in Mesotherapy


Growth factors such as platelet-extracted growth factor, converting growth factor and vascular endothelial growth factor released from alfa granules of the platelets elevates the growth and expansion of fibroblasts, formation of procollagen type 1 carboxy peptide by the dermal fibroblasts and thus intensify the structural coherence of the skin. This attribute allows platelet-rich plasma (PRP) to be undoubtedly used in aged and photoaged skin. Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) also fosters the articulation of matrix metalloproteinases, which splits up and eliminates the collagen particles that interfere with new collagen production in aged skin. Thus, Platelet-Rich Plasma PRP along with Meso aids in remodelling of the skin. Also, there are studies that have ensured the safety of Platelet-Rich Plasma PRP as a component of Mesotherapy.

Have you tried each and everything in your power to regain your hair back or at least restore what you are left with, but did not see any success even after putting in so much time, efforts and money. If you have noticed a drastic change in your hair density, volume and health, then Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy, PRP + Mesoterapy are the most viable solution for you.

The advanced Nano Meso solution when combined with PRP offers the most effective baldness and hair thinning treatment that stimulates faster hair re-growth in both men and women, suffering from androgenetic alopecia, age related hair loss or several other. The scientifically prepared advanced Meso solution + PRP technique can also help delay the pattern of balding in men and women.

There are certain signs that a person needs to identify before seeking advanced Meso + PRP therapy, which includes: patchy hair loss, wide apart hair partition, balding, and extreme hair thinning.

The combo procedure includes having tiny needles injecting an activated Plasma Rich Platelet blended with a cocktail of vitamins into the scalp's surface. The Plasma Rich Platelet in mix up with vitamin immediately triggers your scalp, thus allowing having a better blood circulation in your hair follicles and scalp, which outcomes in reviving of hair follicles and enhanced hair re-growth. The average number of sessions required is five over the period of 4 to 6 months, but each patient varies from the other, so as the number of procedures.

Major benefits associated with Meso + PRP therapy apart from the most optimal results includes:-

  • Known best for its supreme quality of making people look and feel younger, and better, and there is no age boundation too.
  • Helps to improve patient's overall health and mood, making them act positively, energetically and refreshingly.
  • Least painful
  • NO recovery time needed for the patient from the procedure

This technically advanced combo for treatment of hair loss and skin rejuvenation has created an immense boost in the cosmetology world, only for a reason that a lot of patients have tremendously positive feedback about the uniquely created treatment. That being said, there is a lot of push amongst the patient that it offers long lasting pleasing results that they are enjoying.

Mesotherapy along with PRP is suitable to treat many health related issues and is for everyone, irrespective of age, gender, skin, hair or body type. At the end of the day, Meso solution is a mixture of various health boosting vitamins, which are specifically cushioned altogether to help anyone in achieving healthier hair and skin and grow better with time. This specifically created advanced solution procedure is not harmful at all, even to people who are suffering from severe hair loss or skin concerns. The platelets in a person's blood are more concentrated to boost hair growth and that too rapidly as compared to other hair loss treatments, so this makes up for the higher possibility of actually growing natural hair, as it is more certain into doing so.


The concept behind Meso-therapy

The mechanism of meso-therapy PRP typically objects to stimulate hair growth by way of introducing proteins, vitamins, growth factors, and minerals in the mesoderm by the use of micro-gauge injections. This treatment enables to improve the blood distribution, encourage cell metabolism and strengthen hair follicles supporting hair to have a healthy and on-going growth. This is one of those non-surgical hair revive procedures that are greatly in-demand amongst practitioners and patients about the benefits and effective results it offers.


Can Mesotherapy and PRP stimulate hair growth?

Now days, due to numerous reasons, many people are victim to Hair loss or hair thinning, and it is something that has become prevalent in at least one member in a family. In these conditions, a person can certainly see a change in their hair density, thickness, volume or health from increasing age, having it running in the family, or inappropriate lifestyle. Luckily, advanced science and technology have gone way ahead in hopes to support both men and women treat their thinning hair or balding scalp.

Of course "extreme conditions" should not be taken into account unless you know for the fact that there is nothing on the planet that can be done to improve the health of your hair and skin, as obviously when you cross a certain age, and it is a normal or shall I say UNIVERSAL phenomenon for all of us to lose our youth in the way of hair, skin laxity and tenderness when getting older.

Other than this factor, the scientifically advanced preparation is all effective about rendering positive hair growth and skin rejuvenation solutions. Some of the women really do not understand that the little goof ups we make on on a daily basis now can really have a drastically negative impact on our hair and skin in the long-run, for example, like we girls try to use as much hot hair styling tools, Hairspray/ gel/serums/wax on our hair, and tightly tie up our hair during your sleep or for longer hours, as that can contribute to a receding hairline or bald spots in the near future.

Similarly, some of us tend to use make up, skin illuminators, facial serums, but avoid taking it off when going to bed, this really damage the internal skin tissues and thus lead to premature signs of ageing in the form of brown spots, freckles, fine lines, wrinkles etc. Too much of exposure in the sun is also committing a big crime that you do to your skin. Make sure to never step out without applying a minimum of SPF30 sunscreen lotion and drink sufficient water.

Hormonal irregularities, shortfall of Zinc, Iron, Magnum, Vitamin C, Vitamin D and increasing stress and having an imbalance diet are also amongst the major causes of your damaged skin and hair's health, however, hair loss and hair thinning in many cases can be hereditary also. And people suffering from hair loss and hair thinning due to hereditary issue are even more good candidates for PRP, Mesotherapy or PRP + Meso for Hair Loss. Since, the combo is all about mixing essential Vitamins in the concentrated PRP, the procedure offers the world class results for skin rejuvenation and hair loss patients.


Vitamin-C + Platelet-Rich-Plasma


Repair of lesion soft and hard tissues has been proved to hugely benefit from the use of regenerative therapies with mesenchymal stem cells (MSC) in human beings. Vitamin-C and platelet-rich-plasma PRP had been incorporated for in vitro differentiation of Mesenchymal Stem Cells MSC. To validate the effectiveness of the combo in skin rejuvenation, the researchers conducted a study on horses to determine its optimality.

This study was targeted to examine the effect of platelet-rich-plasma PRP, Vitamin-C, and their combination on the in vitro differentiation of adipose horse mesenchymal stem cells (MSC). They separated MSC from horse fat and distinguished them in vitro into chondrogenic and osteogenic lineages, as exhibited by particular staining and RT-qPCR of chosen genes. Combining vitamin-C and PRP favorably affected the competency of MSC to distinguish in vitro into mesodermal lineages throughout 14 days of culture; this effect was not as evident when differentiation was performed in during 21 days. This offers treasured information on the effect of combined use of these vitamin-C and PRP molecules in regenerative therapies and their valuable application along stem cells for injuries of musculoskeletal tissue in sport horses.


Advantages of Vitamin C + PRP Facial Injections

The main benefits in doing injections of vitamin C and PRP combo includes:-

  • Rejuvenate skin, so skin always looks radiant, fresh, deep cleansed, brighter, more youthful and healthy.
  • Vitamin C is a well known and proven natural skin lightener and brightener and when combined with Platelet Rich Plasma will effectively repair the damage caused by aging factor, environmental factors like sun, pollution or lifestyle or bad habit like smoke.
  • The combo solution is also an anti-oxidant that truly helps fight off the free-radicals in the skin that are the biggest cause of premature aging.

Applications of Plasma Rich Plasma

Mesotherapy like corticosteroids, and Plasma Rich Plasma, is accredited to have a wide range of applications, particularly in the stream of cosmetic dermatology. Here are the current and widely practiced applications of Plasma Rich Plasma (PRP) alone, as well as in combination of variety of drugs, along with the molecules in the field of cosmetic dermatology, sport injuries used in them.

  • Androgenetic alopecia
  • Hair-telogen effluvium hair loss
  • Skin-rejuvenation/glow, lift, pigmentation, wrinkle reduction
  • Body-cellulite, lipodissolve, body contouring

Androgenetic alopecia, telogen effluvium, facial rejuvenation, Cellulite and local fat deposits show good results with PRP and Mesotherapy combo; facial pigmentation, stretch marks, body sculpting/contouring and melasma show moderate results with the same. All in all a person would yield positive results for sure from the advanced PRP, if not outstandingly effective in rare cases only though.


Applications of Plasma Rich Plasma (PRP) in combination with Meso solutions



Alopecia

There are very various studies highlighting the role of mesotherapy in treating alopecia, telogen effluvium. It was observed that mesotherapy with dutasteride- comprising preparation was sufficiently effective in treatment of female pattern hair loss instead of 0.9% saline after 4 months of treatment by four methods of analysis: hair pull test, calculation of the hair diameter, photographic evaluation, and patient self-assessment.

Surveying electron microscopic evaluation of the hair shaft demonstrated the reoccurrence of the cuticle in two patients in whom it was centrally razed before the treatment.

There is also few reports demonstarting "alopecia" to be significantly cured following the use of PRP and meso combo for alopecia. Patients, who have developed patchy hair loss alopecia after, were put to control with combination using other agents like vasodilator mesoglycan and heparinoid in patients.

Multifocal scalp abscess with scarring alopecia and subcutaneous fat necrosis were documented as corrections of scalp by PRP meso combo.

There are some controlled published studies on PRP mesotherapy's combo efficacy in hair diseases, injections of multivitamins and T3/T4 in the treatment of alopecia as submitted by the tried patients.


Mesolift/Mesoglow/Bio rejuvenation for skin of face and neck rejuvenation

Mesolift/Mesoglow is the cosmetic practice used for facial and neck skin rejuvenation. Agents widely used for Mesolift/Mesoglow are:

  • Hyaluronic acid (HA): glycosaminoglycan, which binds and restores water thus enhancing the skin texture, tone and firmness. Hyaluronic acid used in PRP combination is not cross-linked, because the chief function is to hydrate.
  • Multi vitamins, trace elements: establish and maintain ionic balance of the skin.
  • Vegetal proteins, Amino acids: Protein re-build-up
  • Hexapeptide 3: inhibits the Ach liberation and thus relieve the muscles and softens the wrinkles (specifically for the upper face).
  • Dimethylaminoethanol: a forbearer of PC that transforms choline to acetylcholine (Ach) and thus leads to muscle shrinkage resulting to muscle firmness (specifically for lower face).

A recent study conducted also demonstrated that PRP + meso injection of cocktail-containing multivitamin solution and non-cross-linked HA lead to significant clinical improvement and histological effects, which were analyzed by measurably examining modifications in collagen types: elastin and tropoelastin (using immunohistochemistry) were also statistically significant.

Cellulite
Cellulite is a freakish amassing of fat above the fascia leading to concave appearance of the skin indicating like an orange peel. It is most usually seen in the thighs and buttocks of females. It can simply attack both normal and obese people. It is supposed to happen due to impairment in the venolymphatic system. Therefore, accordingly, the cocktail solution of PRP + Meso for treatment of cellulite contains the following agents:

Lipolytic: Caffeine, L-carnitine, thyroxine, isoproterenol.
Venostatic : Pentoxiphylline, Aminophylline, Rutin
Connective tissue breakdown: Collagenase, Hyaluronidase
Drainage: Artichoke, gingko biloba
Anesthetic: procaine (also improves circulation)


Advanced PRP and Vitamins for Skin rejuvenation


Vitamin A and trace elements when paired with PRP are essential in directing the turnover, keratinization and correction of keratinocytes; Vitamin C boosts the synthesis of collagen and lessens down hyperpigmentation as it obstructs melanin formation; Vitamin E, an antioxidant, helps in arresting and curing anti-aging of the skin; vitamin K regulates clotting system and thus governs the microcirculation of the skin. 5 x 10 ml


Cutaneous Leishmaniasis

The combo solution or let's say the advanced PRP is also used to deliver meglumine antimoniate into the wounds of cutaneous leishmaniasis. This method had equivalent optimality, safety and result orient and was a relatively less painful method when compared with the traditional intralesional procedure.


Other Uses

  • Minimize wrinkles
  • Tighten loose skin
  • Melasma
  • Vitiligo, hyperpigmentation, psoriasis,
  • Eczema, acne and striae

Is PRP right for you?

If you seek to learn more about Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) or any other surgical, oral or topical hair loss treatment, your best bet is to scrutinize your options with a reliable and reputed health care provider. A medical professional can offer the most relevant guidance and evaluate each of the benefits and risks associated with each method.

If you are considering treatment with Platelet Rich Plasma, make sure to evaluate your eligibility with your primary health care provider or a reputable specialist. For some financial assistance, including employee compensation plans, offer even partial reimbursement.


Conclusion

Treatment with Platelet Rich Plasma could hold assurance, efficacy, safety, and back up in the skin, hair and joint issues. PRP already does occur to be optimal in the treatment of chronic tendon injuries about the knees and elbow, the medical application in skin and hair loss conditions has also determined the PRP therapy to be truly effective.

The risks associated with PRP are minimal. A patient may get an increased pain at the targeted site, but the appearance of other issues —like, tissue damage, infection, soreness, nerve injuries, — seems to be no distinguished from that related with cortisone injections.

In recent years, PRP and its many combo therapies gained popularity due to its non-invasive, efficacy, safety and painless nature, but, till date, there are many specialists and dermatologists who are not well aware of the clear cut instructions on the dosage, efficacy of the products and mode of action of many products used in this non-surgical treatment. Also, such practitioners lack in holding the sufficient data assessing the technique, safety, substances, and agents used for the preparation of PRP combination solution procedures. Thus, the use, effectiveness, and positive results of this technique is restricted to specialist's know-how, skills, upgradability and experience in the same.