If you're looking to restore your hair, now there's another new technology out there to add to your current choices. But whether it's going to be the option suitable for you or not, it's best to first identify the cause of your hair loss, discuss with your doctor the results you're expecting and weigh your options.
What were the previously available hair restoration options? In many cases, hair growth resumes without the need for any treatment. If that's not happening to you, quite a few treatment options can help promote hair growth. You can begin with protein-based vitamins and serums. Hair loss serums are high in concentrations of botanical extracts, natural antioxidants, natural vitamins and enzymes, which help improve the appearance of the hair and stimulate hair growth making it thicker and fuller.
If that does not work then topical medication like minoxidil lotion may help to slow down the hair fall rate, or a more effective hair restoration technique called Meso-therapy. This procedure involves injecting growth factors and poly-vitamins directly under the scalp. It only takes about 30 minutes per sitting but you may require getting it done once a week for about six to seven times, followed by maintenance treatments but the results are quite prominent.
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