Mesotherapy is a technique in which vitamins, enzymes and hormones are injected into the skin in order to rejuvenate and tighten the skin.During the procedure, the doctor will use micro needles to deliver a series of injection into the mesoderm of skin, a non-specialist term for this layer of the skin is the middle layer.There are various solutions which are injected into the skin depending on the patient’s specific needs.
About The Treatment
If possible, avoid blood thinner medication or any other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs one week before the treatment as pain relivers can sometimes increase your risk of bleeding and bruising during the treatment.
Patient should avoid any treatments that could cause the skin to become dry or flaky such as intense exfoliation, chemical peels, or microdermabrasion.
Patient must also avoid bleaching creams and perfume on the treatment area 48 hours prior to the treatment.
It is ok for the patient to apply natural oil cleansers to the skin during the 48 hours prior to the
Avoid hot baths, sauna or showers for at least 48 hours post treatment.
It is advised that patients remain hydrated having at least 2-3 litres of water post treatment for 7 days after treatment.
Do not use any creams apart from Arnica cream on the treated area for 48 hours post treatment.
4-6 sessions for optimal results.
Mesotherapy is a cosmetic procedure that involves injecting small amounts of vitamins, minerals, enzymes, hormones, or plant extracts into the skin to improve its appearance and health.
Mesotherapy can help reduce fat, cellulite, wrinkles, sagging skin, scars, stretch marks, and hair loss. It can also improve skin hydration, elasticity, and glow. – How does mesotherapy work? Mesotherapy works by stimulating the skin’s natural healing and regeneration processes. The injected substances act as messengers that activate the cells to produce more collagen, elastin, and hyaluronic acid. These are essential components of healthy and youthful skin.
Mesotherapy is generally safe when performed by a qualified and experienced practitioner. However, like any invasive procedure, it carries some risks and side effects. These may include bruising, swelling, pain, infection, allergic reaction, or uneven results.
The number of sessions depends on your individual goals and skin condition. Typically, you may need 4 to 6 sessions spaced 2 to 4 weeks apart for optimal results. You may also need maintenance sessions every 6 to 12 months to prolong the effects.