DermaHeal – Dr Audrey & Dr R Clinic


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What is


Dermaheal HL Hair Treatment is a specialized form of mesotherapy that targets hair loss and aims to promote hair growth and improve the overall health of the scalp and hair follicles. It is designed to address various causes of hair thinning, including androgenetic alopecia (pattern hair loss) and other forms of non-scarring alopecia.

What are the ingredients in DermaHeal HL solution?

The Dermaheal HL solution used in this treatment typically contains a combination of 56 active ingredients that work synergistically to support hair growth and follicle health. These ingredients include growth factors, vitamins (such as biotin and panthenol), amino acids, minerals, peptides, coenzymes, and antioxidants. Each component is chosen for its potential to nourish the hair follicles, improve blood circulation, and stimulate hair growth.

What are the benefits of DermaHeal HL Hair Treatment?

  • Hair Regrowth: The active ingredients in the solution are believed to stimulate the hair follicles, promoting the growth of new hair strands. This can help improve hair density and address areas of thinning.
  • Hair Quality Improvement: Dermaheal HL treatment aims to enhance the overall quality of the hair, including its thickness, strength, and texture. It may help improve the appearance and manageability of the hair.
  • Scalp Health Enhancement: The treatment can contribute to a healthier scalp environment by improving blood circulation, reducing inflammation, and providing essential nutrients to the hair follicles. This can support the overall health and function of the scalp and hair.
  • Individualized Approach: Dermaheal HL Hair Treatment can be tailored to the individual’s specific needs and hair loss condition. The dermatologist or healthcare professional will assess the extent of hair loss, determine the underlying cause, and develop a treatment plan accordingly.


There may be temporary redness, swelling, tenderness, or minor discomfort at the injection sites. There may also be itching or irritation of the scalp