Advances in Hair Restoration Within Aesthetic Medicine
According to the Aesthetic Journal, 'hair restoration' was the most searched for treatment in 2019.
The Global Hair Restoration Services Market size is expected to reach $11.9 billion by 2025, rising at a market growth of 5.4% CAGR during the forecast period (2019-2025)
The rise in the number of people suffering from alopecia is one of the key reasons that has been driving the demand for hair restoration, however not all clients are suitable for surgical intervention or can afford it.
Secondly, a lot of hair transplant surgeons actually combine multiple regenerative treatments to attain the best outcome, such as using the patient's own growth factors to speed up recovery, stimulate the stem cells, strengthen the follicle and improve blood flow.
When it comes to hair loss, it's often a case of finding the right treatment combination for that specific client. Budget, lifestyle, indication and suitability are key factors.
As an aesthetic clinic, are you aware of the treatment available?
1. Growth Factors - platelets are rich in growth factors which play the role of messengers, signaling skin cells to function. For anyone with thinning hair, is that growth factors can "help stimulate the activity of the hair follicles and promote new hair growth."
The use of iPRF is "a great treatment option for hair loss because it has a number of scientifically based articles showing its efficacy increasing hair count, hair thickness, and the growth phase of the hair cycle. It yields a higher concentration of platelets than traditional PRP and improves wound healing. The growth factors released by platelets, stimulate the hair follicle stem cells. It can be injected, micro-needled or both.
2. CO2 - Carboxytherapy for hair loss is a non-surgical treatment, which 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 such as iPRF.
3. Meso Cocktail - Hikari Labs HAIR-G treats hair loss and revitalizes damaged hair after bleaching and daily heat styling. The meso cocktail contains over 30 active ingredients including ACETYL TETRAPEPTIDE-3 which is known to stimulate the dermal papilla extracellular matrix proteins which in turn has a direct effect on the structures surrounding hair follicles. This can help to anchor the hair fibre into the scalp which can strengthen strands and target the causes of hair loss clinically proven to be more effective than Manoxidil.
4. Scalp Tattooing - Scalp micropigmentation (SMP) is an effective solution for an extensive range of hair loss conditions, from male and female pattern baldness to transplantation scarring. The results are extremely natural looking and long lasting. It involves the application of pigments on the scalp (similar to the application of a tattoo) that resembles the appearance of real hair follicles that are growing in the skin.
5. Micro-Needling - The skin's healing mechanism responds to ‘micro injuries’ caused by the micro needles, which leads to a rise in important growth factors and stem cells in the scalp as well as hair growth-related genes to create an increase in hair production. Combine with HAIR-G and GROWTH-F Hikari Meso Cocktail or iPRF autologous therapy for optimal results.
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If you'd like to expand and grow your treatment portfolio to meet the demand for hair loss treatments, Cosmo Pro offer a range of training courses on the above treatments and products.
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