Hair Loss

Hair Loss or thinning hair can effect both men and women and come from a variety of different causes. Alopecia technically means ‘hair loss’, or baldness, and can be classified in several different forms. While the human body naturally sheds some hair, which grows back, alopecia is considered a medical condition. In practice, the term ‘alopecia’ commonly refers to alopecia areata and its subtypes. Although it isn’t physically harmful as such, hair loss can be emotionally troubling, trigger low self-esteem, and be difficult to come to terms with. There are various types of alopecia, each with a range of different characteristics and effects





Hormonal Changes

Thyroid Malfunction



PRP & Needling – This treatment is a non-surgical cosmetic procedure either using a needling pen to deliver a formulation of hair growth protein serums to the scalp area. Or a procedure involving multiple tiny injections of platelet plasma which is delivered into the mesodermal layer of tissue under the scalp.

This can help treat conditions such as alopecia, thinning hair as well as general hair loss over a course of 6 months depending on each patient.

The entire area of hair loss is treated. One session per week is carried out for 6 weeks, then one per month for maintenance. The hair should be washed before treatment and the mesotherapy is carried out in lines.