High Frequency

What is it?

The therapy ensures to tackle hair loss and dandruff and works by stimulating hair follicles with the help of UV and high-frequency rays.


 It uses ultraviolet and high-frequency rays to stimulate the hair follicles. The treatment boosts blood supply to the hair follicles, drawing nutrients to the roots, and encouraging hair growth.

The treatment uses electricity to boost hair growth. Animal studies suggest that electrical stimulation can trigger hair growth 


  • It stimulates the hair follicles, promoting faster hair growth.
  • It improves blood circulation to the scalp, allowing nutrient delivery. This nourishes the scalp and promotes hair growth.
  • It improves cell turnover rate, minimizes dandruff, keeps the scalp healthy, and maintains overall hair health.


How many sessions would one need to see results?

Usually, the doctor suggests at least 10-12 continuous sessions, twice or thrice a week. Depending on the result, the treatment frequency may reduce from once or twice a week to once every fortnight. You may need to continue the treatment to maintain your hair health.

What are the potential side effects that can be observed?

  • The hair can feel drier after the treatment.
  • The sebaceous glands may get overstimulated, causing excess sebum production and greasy scalp.
  • The heat from the machine may leave dark marks or scars on the treated area.

Who Should Avoid The High-Frequency Hair Treatment?

Avoid high-frequency treatment if you:

  • Have any autoimmune disorders like rheumatoid arthritis
  • Have pacemakers or any large metallic implants in your body
  • Are pregnant

Do high-frequency wands hurt?

No, high-frequency wands don’t hurt. They trigger a mild tingling sensation.