This treatment involves a technique that uses repeated microinjections to introduce vitamins, minerals and anti-oxidants into the middle layer of your skin (the mesoderm).
What can Mesotherapy be used to treat?
Introducing anti-oxidants to the skin via microinjections can help in fighting free radicals and inhibiting sub oxidisation. The repeated injection of fine needles to the skin also stimulates growth of new skin tissue at cellular level, normalising the skin tone, oiliness of the skin, and subsidising acne.
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Eyes (dark circle/wrinkles)
Eyes are the first feature that is noticed by an observer. They are also one of the first areas of the face to show age-related changes.
If there is an excess of fat in the under eye area, this can be treated non-surgically by Mesotherapy. Active ingredients in the solution used are able to dissolve the fat cell wall and improve circulation in the lower eyelids section.
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As we grow older our skin goes through changes in texture, it can lose elasticity and subdermal fatty tissue, develop unequal pigmentation, and become prominent with enlarged capillaries.
Mesotherapy involves a technique that uses repeated microinjections to introduce vitamins, minerals and anti-oxidants into the middle layer of your skin (the mesoderm). The introduction of these solutions provides an intensive hydration and nutrition of the skin, significantly slowing down the ageing process.
Mesotherapy can be used to treat the face, hands, décolletage, and/or neck.
Various vitamins, minerals, amino acids, anti-oxidants, hyaluronic acid, and homeopathic based medicines are mixed together and injected into the middle layer of the skin using minute injections. Mesotherapy allows these active substances to be delivered directly to the area in need.
The repeated insertion of microinjections into the skin in itself is speculated to stimulate collagen production.
Can Mesotherapy be used in combination with other aesthetic treatments?
Yes, softening wrinkle treatments, such as dermal fillers and Botulinum Toxin A, can complement Mesotherapy wonderfully. While the Mesotherapy nourishes the skin underneath, the softening wrinkle treatments will work on appearing lines and volume that you have lost over the years.
Mesotherapy with Botulinum Toxin A as an ingredient is what many people call “Baby Botox” or “Micro Botox”.
Is it safe?
Of course – Dr Michel Pistor devised Mesotherapy in 1952, and its ingredients are natural and harmless to the body.
How long do the effects last?
Given its natural ingredients, Mesotherapy does require repeat appointments. Depending on your individual, skin and lifestyle factors, as well as the specific treatments, a regimen of 1-2 treatments per week are require for the first 4-8 weeks. Maintenance thereafter can occur every 3 months, roughly. As with anything, a healthy lifestyle accompanied by a well-balanced diet, regular exercise and keeping your body hydrated will help prolong the results.