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Hair Loss Treatment

Hair Loss Treatment

Before making a diagnosis, we will likely give you a physical exam and ask about your medical history and family history. We may also perform tests, such as the following:

  • Blood test This may help uncover medical conditions related to hair loss, such as thyroid disease
  • Pull test Your doctor gently pulls several dozen hairs to see how many come out. This helps determine the stage of the shedding process
  • Scalp biopsy Your doctor scrapes samples from the skin or from a few hairs plucked from the scalp to examine the hair roots. This can help determine whether an infection is causing hair loss
  • Light microscopy Your doctor at Cosmetics uses a special instrument to examine hairs trimmed at their bases. Microscopy helps uncover possible disorders of the hair shaft

Cosmetica Professional Treatment for Pigmentation

Sometimes home remedies and skin care products simply don’t work; it might be time to speak your doctor for professional treatment to whiten the skin

Cosmetica’s Prescribed Creams

There are many creams that might work by blocking the production of melanin. Since these are very powerful creams, they require doctor’s prescription

Cosmetica’s De-pigmentation Peel or Mask

Some masks might contain chemical peels that lighten your skin. These masks contain ingredients that block the production of melanin, and lighten the darker areas. The treatment usually begins in a doctor’s office, where the mask is applied. It continues at home with prescribed creams to complete the treatment

Cosmetica’s Laser and IPL Treatment

If the first two treatments don’t work, it might be time to move to the third treatment. This treatment uses a fine light to target darker patches of skin, causing the patches to scab over and fall off, so that a new layer of skin can grow in its place. These treatments might not be suitable for everyone, however; it is important to have an in-depth analysis of the pigmentation of your skin to determine which of the more invasive treatments are right for you