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Aesthet House Med Spa
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Have you been dealing with hair loss and tried different brands of shampoos and serums that claim to prevent hair loss but to no avail? Here in Boca Raton, we know just what you need to take care of your hair loss problem!
Using our state-of-the-art hair regrowth treatment, you’ll be surprised to see and feel your hair like it was a decade ago.
Here at Aesthet House Med Spa in Boca Raton, we provide hair restoration using FDA-approved hair regrowth with microneedling. Thanks to our certified practitioners, you can be sure that your hair and scalp are in the right hands.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
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Does microneedling your scalp hurt?
Skin conditions like alopecia can be treated with the cosmetic procedure microneedling. The outermost layer of skin is injured with microneedles during a session to stimulate skin regrowth and collagen formation. The procedure is not particularly painful.
Can microneedling damage your hair?
Microneedling is not advised for people with hair-covered scalps. If the needle depth is too deep, you could damage the hair on the outside of the scalp as well as those underneath hair follicles.
How often should you microneedle your scalp?
We at Aestethouse advise microneedling the scalp initially once per week for the 1st month and then twice per week for the 2nd month. After that, you can reduce the frequency of microneedling to once per month to maintain the results.
Does microneedling cure baldness?
Microneedling may also be used to address hair loss in addition to anti-aging skin treatments. Even data suggests that it can treat alopecia areata, a specific type of hair loss. In addition, it is believed that the same process that produces skin wounds also regenerates the health of hair follicles.
In the 1990s, microneedling first gained popularity as a scar treatment. Since then, it has been looked into as an alternative or supplementary treatment for hair and scalp problems like androgenic alopecia and alopecia areata.
In addition to stimulating collagen formation in the skin, which is believed to be one of the reasons it may be good for acne scars, microneedling may also stimulate stem cells in the hair follicles, which may result in hair growth.
Microneedling may also improve the absorption of products applied on the scalp to treat hair loss, as studies have shown that microneedling can double or triple the effectiveness of minoxidil as an active ingredient, resulting in better outcomes than microneedling or minoxidil alone.
How Hair Regrowth with Microneedling is Done
Our healthcare professional uses rollers with needles during microneedling. The length of the roller’s needles can range from less than 1 to a few millimeters, all of which are contained in a portable device. The device, also known as a roller, is rolled along the area to be treated to cause small injuries.
By inflicting these small injuries, rollers encourage the removal of disorganized collagen and the formation of new, more organized one. In addition, microneedling increases the assembly of proteins that regulate the hair growth cycle.
Hair regrowth products are more successful when they penetrate the superficial and deep layers of the skin, and micro-tears in the skin promote this process.