For many years, there are standards for the treatment of hair loss and alopecia: Minoxidil and Finasteride. The first is a vasodilator substance used in the treatment of arterial hypertension and which incidentally was found to produce as a side effect a hair growth in the bald persons. It's often used alone or in combination with other hair-active substances. Finasteride, more recently introduced, is a drug that is used for the treatment of prostate hypertrophy and has a very satisfactory result to stop or slow androgenetic alopecia, that is, the hereditary form of baldness. In such a way, that young men who take the medication in the first few years of hair loss avoid being bald like their predecessors.


Capillary infiltrations consist of applying a combination of products of difficult absorption such as vitamins, amino acids and certain minerals through a pneumatic system. Getting thus act on the root of the hair favoring the growth and strengthening of it.


They consist of injecting through a small needle a combination of proactive substances that contain hyaluronic acid to stop hair loss and to make it grow. With this treatment you get the reduction of hair loss and the appearance of new hair.


One of the newer therapies to induce the appearance of new hair is local administration by injections of tissue growth factors from platelets. It's a simple method, which consists in the extraction of blood from the individual being treated, by centrifuging it and obtaining with it a serum or liquid containing substances very active for the growth of mass of hair. It doesn't always produce a great growth of new hair, but in all cases it produces a great improvement in the quality of the hair: increase of the thickness and of the strength and improvement of the brightness and the color.