Along with PRP, needling and biotin, we now have the first filler for hair. Of course, it’s not used to actually “fill up” your hair, it’s not a filler like those used in facial treatments. In this case, hyaluronic acid is used as a carrier for what we call biomimetic peptides, and these act as a real filler for hair. A composition capable of revitalising existing hair and encouraging the growth of new hair, increasing the diameter of each strand and preventing hair loss. All thanks to peptides like decapeptide, octapeptide and oligopeptides, which we have known about for many years but have only just succeeded, in this preparation created in the United States, in condensing into a carrier of hyaluronic acid. One of the most “famous” pathologies that have been treated with peptides for some time now is high blood pressure. Peptides are a combination of amino acids with a low molecular weight and are the initial constituents of a protein, something extremely natural and organic.
The method is very simple and consists in four sessions of microinjections in the area worst affected or where an increase in thickness is required, at intervals of fifteen days. At the end of the cycle, hair is visibly reinforced and hair loss is reduced, with new growth, consolidated at a physiological rate.
This method and this biomimetic peptide preparation are perfect in unison with PRP treatment, at preparatory and ongoing level, with no risks or side effects. You can go straight back to work after the microinjections. The only thing you have to wait for is new hair, but don’t worry, you won’t be waiting long!