Microneedling involves the use of a skin roller with small needles that causes minor skin injuries.
While used as an anti-aging skin treatment, microneedling may also be a method of treatment for hair loss.
The same process of creating wounds in the skin is also thought to regenerate the health of the hair follicles. It can result in new hair growth, it may thicken thinning hair as seen in androgenic alopecia or male pattern baldness.
Aside from collagen production in the skin, which is thought to underlie one of the reasons it may be beneficial for acne scars, it's thought that microneedling can also help induce stem cellsTrusted Source in the hair follicles that may lead to hair growth.
Microneedling may also promote the absorption of products used to treat your hair loss, such as:
During microneedling,adermaroller or dermapen is used. Here the size of the needles can range from less than 1 millimeter to a few millimeters in length. They're all contained in a handheld device. Also called a roller, the device is rolled along the treatment area, creating small injuries.
Microneedling may provoke the release of factors that promote hair growth or perhaps directly stimulate hair growth as a result of the small injury caused.
We apply a topical anesthetic to your scalp about 45 minutes prior to treatment. This helps to reduce any pain you may feel.It takes around 10-15 mins after that.Repeat sessions are needed at 15 days interval for 5-6 sessions.