Mesotherapy is a specialised technique that places tiny amounts of medical grade pharmaceuticals, vitamins, minerals and amino acids into the upper and middle skin layers.
This method is recognised within aesthetic medicine as it is an effective non-surgical technique for skin rejuvenation and the treatment of skin conditions both on the face and body. Topical creams cannot deliver the biological active ingredients into the skin cells and activate skin metabolism as effectively as mesotherapy.
Once optimum results are achieved maintenance treatments are advised to maintain the desired effect.
Mesotherapy can be used to treat:
- Rejuvenation for sun damaged skin, smoker’s skin, aging skin
- Skin tightening
- Problematic skin – treatment of acne, comodones, hyperpigmentation, open pores
- Localised fat
- Stretch marks
- Weak, thinning hair
Benefits of Mesotherapy:
- It is progressive and very effective
- It is safe, with no side effects
- It offers an alternative to other more invasive treatments
- It requires little or no post-treatment down time (redness may last for a maximum of one day)
How quickly will I see results?
The speed of the results depends on the extent of the condition or area being treated.
Is there any down time after the procedure?
The treatment requires no down time which enables most people to return to their normal activities straight away. However, avoidance of swimming pools for 2 weeks is adviced.
How long does the treatment take?
Each treatment takes around 30-45 minutes.
Does mesotherapy hurt?
With the micro-injection method, most people only feel minimal discomfort; however, if you do feel discomfort, a topical anaesthetic can be applied to the skin.
How is mesotherapy performed?
Mesotherapy is performed by injecting active ingredients under the skin with a very tiny special mesotherapy needle containing medical grade pharmaceuticals, vitamins, minerals and amino acids.