Hair Loss

Biomimetic Mesotherapy

Mesotherapy stimulates the mesoderm (mid-dermis), or middle layer of skin, with microinjections of conventional or homeopathic medication and/or vitamins to deliver treatment to a specific area of the body. Created by Dr M Pistor in France in 1952, mesotherapy is now practiced in many countries around the world in a variety of cosmetic applications including hair loss, cellulite and fat reduction and skin rejuvenation.


It employs painless microinjections of a composition of vitamins and active ingredients into the skin, which results in improving the quality and structure of the face and body, especially around the most sensitive areas such as the eyelids, neck, chest and hands. The procedure is used in the prevention and treatment of hair loss, treatment of cellulite and stretchmarks; it is also a method of inhibiting the aging process.