Mesotherapy, also known as intradermal therapy, is a rediscovered method during which active substances are applied into the middle layer of the skin using microinjections. These substances thus work on the very spot of application and thus ensure maximum effects with minimum invasion.
Depending on customer request, different types of active substances are applied, most frequently into the skin of face, neck, area above the neckline and back of the hand or to critical body parts such as thighs, hips, buttock or abdomen. The method is thus very efficient when treating flaccid, stressed and aging skin (mesolift) or reducing cellulite and subcutaneous fat within the above-mentioned critical parts.
The treatment is performed by applying a series of punctures into the middle layer of the skin. It is also possible to use local anaesthesia to make the treatment more comfortable for the patient.
When rejuvenating skin of the face, neck and area above the neckline, a small needle is induced to the maximum depth of 2-3 mm of the skin and pure hyaluronic acid or a mix of hyaluronic acid, vitamins, minerals and substances promoting blood circulation and nutrition of cells are applied. The skin is taut, cleared and visibly rejuvenated.
The treated area might become reddish immediately after the procedure and tiny bruises might occur locally.
When reducing cellulite, the microinjections are induced to the depth of 6 to 8 mm. A mix of active substances disrupts tissues callous due to fibrosis, dissolves the accumulated fat, promotes lymph and blood circulation within the venous system and thus removes the fat and metabolites from the system. The final result is smooth, taut and well perfused skin and reduced layer of subcutaneous fat.
Number of application:
- 3 subsequent applications, every 3 weeks, twice a year
- Or every 2 or 4 weeks, twice a year (hyaluronic acid)
- Or 5 to 10 after one week, subsequently once in two months (vitamins, coenzyme Q10)
- Cellulite – 6 to 10 applications, twice a week
It is advisable to combine the cellulite treatment with subsequent mechanical lymph drainage at the least.
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