Mesotherapy – skin revitalisation
Neck, decollete, hands
Abdomen, thighs, buttocks
Around the eyes
What is Mesotherapy?
Mesotherapy is a minimally-invasive treatment stimulating natural regenerative processes.
It is a method of treating various skin disorders by injecting small doses of medicinal substances directly into the target area.
Long-term exposure to harmful environmental factors, stress, smoking, drugs, and solar radiation causes adverse skin changes. Mesotherapy makes it possible to reverse or stop many adverse changes, and is a valuable component of anti-ageing medicine.
The preparations delivered into the skin are a cocktail of vitamins, amino acids, micronutrients, hyaluronic acid and plant extracts. Hyaluronic acid fills the space between collagen fibres and imbibes water, making the skin optimally moisturised. Thanks to improved vascularisation, the skin is better oxygenated, fairer, healthier.
- wrinkles are smoothed out
- >skin is nourished, regenerated, moisturised
- face is rejuvenated
- improved skin tone, deep moisturisation
- prevention of skin ageing
- effect of a tight and firm skin
- improved facial contour
How many treatments are needed to achieve the desired effect?
For optimal effect, 6-8 treatments are recommended. The first 4 treatments are performed every two weeks, and the subsequent ones every 3-4 weeks. To sustain the effects of the treatments, it is recommended to have repeat treatments every 4-5 months.
Sensations during the treatment:
The treatment is practically painless. Before it, an anaesthetic cream is applied locally. Mesotherapy is performed using a very small needle and syringe.
Sensations after the treatment:
After the treatment, the skin may be slightly red, but after a few days it will regain its natural tone.
- basic skin care
- avoiding sunshine, applying sunscreen
- moisturising the skin
- allergy, sensitisation to the preparation components
- pregnancy, breastfeeding
- skin inflammatory conditions, herpes
- poor tolerance to the treatment (couperose skin, risk of fibrosis)
- autoimmune diseases
- use of anticoagulant drugs (aspirin)
In the case of a tendency to haematoma formation, it is advised to allow for 2-3 days of recovery – sometimes it is necessary to take time off from work or have the treatment immediately before the weekend.