Mesotherapy is a nonsurgical cosmetic treatment that specifically targets certain problems of the body such as face/neck rejuvenation, pigmentations, acne scars and other scars, body contouring & anticellulitis, stretch marks and hair loss. The therapy consists of using a very thin needle (30-32 G needle) to inject specially formulated medical cocktails accordingly to each case: vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and other active substances directly into the third layer of the skin where the blood vessels are (the mesoderm). Mesotherapy provides an intensive hydration and nutrition of the skin itself, and the ageing process is significantly slowed down, improving the nourishment and the looks of skin.
As we grow older the skin goes through changes such as texture and elasticity loss, unequal pigmentation, loss of sub dermal fatty tissue. Most of the listed changes come with the reduced function of fibroblast, UV Sun radiation influence, free radicals, and harmful influences from the environment. Applying the antioxidants, vitamins, amino acids into the middle layer of the skin enables direct supply to the blood vessels with all the required ingredients.

How does mesotherapy affect the skin?
The surface layer of the skin functions as a barrier to the substances from the environment, which protects our organism but also prevents the absorption of more than 10% of the active substances that exist in regenerative creams.
The goal of mesotherapy in the skin rejuvenation process is to increase the activity of fibroblast cells responsible for production of collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid in the skin, as well as to apply full concentration of active substances necessary to regenerate healthy and youthful skin. With repeated procedures the depth of the wrinkles is reduced, the amount of collagen is increased and therefore the skin tone is improved.

On what body parts is mesotherapy performed?
Mesotherapy is performed on the face, neck, cleavage, hands and thighs. Another important indication for mesotherapy is reduction in cellulite. Substances that melt the fat, increase the circulation, enable better drainage or have diuretic properties are used in these cases.

How many mesotherapy treatments are required for cellulite reduction?
It takes from two to three mesotherapy treatments to achieve visible results. The number of treatments is different for each individual and depends on the age, treated region, and the habits of the patient (smoking, exposure to solar radiation). After a series of 8 to 10 treatments, reduction in cellulite is significant and the skin becomes more firm and healthy.


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Mesotherapy can be an outstanding complement to other aesthetic procedures such as treatment with hyaluronic acid, botox procedures, chemical peels, thread lifts.

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