You have thin, fine hair, or want to do something for your hair preventively to counteract impending hair loss? Then the anti-hair loss treatment is just right for you!
With the help of anti-hair loss treatment, the hair roots are strengthened and growth is stimulated. To achieve this effect, the body’s own blood is specially prepared and the particularly valuable blood components are separated. The material obtained contains particularly growth-promoting factors for skin and hair.
Areas affected by hair loss can thus be specifically promoted and hair loss stopped. Thinning and fine hair can be helped to more density and volume and this usually already from the first treatment.
The anti-hair loss treatment also helps to stimulate the beard hair roots, filling in bald spots in the beard or thickening the beard hair.
The self-employed doctors at HY STUDIO are happy to advise you and respond to your wishes. So nothing stands in the way of healthy strong hair or a full beard.
A treatment usually lasts 30 to 45 minutes.
First effect on average after 2 to 4 weeks.
Approx. 1 year
Ideally, the first treatment should be followed by 1 to 2 further treatments at intervals of 4 to 6 weeks in order to achieve a particularly good result.
Lighter sports such as jogging or yoga are allowed on the following day . Strenuous sports only after 48 hours.
1 week : No strong UV radiation. No spa, hammam, jacuzzi, swimming pool.
The best thing to do is come to one of the studios for a consultation and see together with the self-employed doctor which treatment is best for you.
Just call us at 030 / 9212 4822 or make an appointment directly online!
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*The prices quoted are calculated according to the individual wishes of the patient and the respective circumstances in each individual case on the basis of the GOÄ, whereby we agree on a fee amount that deviates from the GOÄ with the patient. The services mentioned do not belong to the catalog of services of the statutory health insurance companies and/or health insurance companies and are therefore regularly to be paid for at the patient’s own expense.