Mesotherapy is a method that injects vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and other active substances directly into the third layer of the skin where the blood vessels are,
The mesoderm layer includes fat, muscle, and connective tissue.
Mesotherapy was first used by M. Pistor in 1952 in France.
After his work was published mesotherapy was used for cellulite, and fat reduction and to improve nourishment and the looks of skin.
Mesotherapy for anti-ageing skin rejuvenation:
Intrinsic ageing, also known as the natural ageing process, is a continuous process that normally begins in our mid-20s.
Within the skin, collagen production slows, and elastin, the substance that enables skin to snap back into place, has a bit less spring.
Dead skin cells do not shed as quickly and turnover of new skin cells may decrease slightly.
While these changes usually begin in our 20s, the signs of intrinsic ageing are typically not visible for decades.
Different mesotherapy ingredients are used for different indications.
In addition, the long term results of Mesotherapy treatments are very dependent on what active ingredients are present in the Mesotherapy solution and how many treatments are prescribed.
Benefits of Mesotherapy
- No surgery: uses a very tiny needle (0.25-6mm)
- Successfully targets cellulite
- Breaks down sclerotic tissue
- Improves local blood flow
Mesotherapy is a very safe and effective alternative to surgical cosmetic treatments.
It does not require hospitalization, general anesthesia or wound care.
Results are visible within weeks.
Initially a course of 3-12 sessions
are advised every week,
with maintenance 1-2 times a year.
Contraindications for Mesotherapy treatment
-use of coagulants or anticoagulants
Mesotherapy safely treats all skin types without significant pain or down-time.