Hair follicles produce the hair that is all over our bodies and scalp. Hair production is initiated by various chemicals; primary among them is a protein that stimulates cellular growth, the human growth factor (HGF). During microneedling, the tiny punctures create microscopic wounds which cause the body to produce new skin cells and to release hair and epidermal growth factors, which increases stem cell activity at the hair bulge area, causing hair follicles work more effectively.
A microneedle treatment on the scalp uses minute needles to make microscopic holes in the skin, activating the body’s wound healing response. The newly healed tissue is stronger and healthier than before. Research shows that microneedling treatments for hair growth help to change the baseline hair count leading to significant hair regrowth.
It is recommended to do a series of 12 treatments every 2 weeks.