Mesotherapy is a minimally invasive technique that consists of the intradermal injection of variable mixtures of natural plant extracts, homeopathic agents, pharmaceuticals, vitamins, enzymes, hormones and other bioactive substances in microscopic quantities. Mesotherapy was first described by Frenchman Dr. Michel Pistor in 1952. He first administered procaine intravenously to treat an asthmatic patient and found that the patient’s hear loss was treated. Hair mesotherapy is a non-surgical, relatively painless injection technique. Despite the fact that there is very little scientific evidence sustaining its widespread use, the field of hair mesotherapy have grown enormously in the past few years, becoming a common method in cosmetic medicine. Its use in cosmetic medicine to eliminate hair loss is gaining in popularity. To ensure a satisfying cosmetic result, it is critical to use the correct cocktail and injection technique. No long term side effects have been seen in thousands of patients.