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Mesotherapy is a method in which micro-doses of cocktails of vitamins, medicinal extracts, homeopathic extracts, nutrients, etc. are injected into target skin area. With microtrauma in the subcutaneous layer, the local blood circulation increases, metabolic processes and cell renewal becomes faster.

Description of the procedure

Mesotherapy is a cosmetic procedure that allows you to solve many problems with the skin of the face and body with the help of injections of microdoses of various agents into problem areas of the skin – quickly, effectively and without surgery.

Sooner or later, the skin might have problems that can not be solved with the help of cosmetics, massage and other products that affect the surface layer of the skin. A plastic operation is either not acceptable due to early carrying out, or completely impossible.

Injection makes it possible to deliver the necessary active substances and vitamins, nucleic and amino-acids, as well as various minerals directly to the focused area of the skin, providing a supply of necessary substances, which is sufficient for a period of six months to one and a half years, depending on the patient’s lifestyle.

Process of conducting the mesotherapy

Technically the procedure for mesotherapy is quite simple. With the help of very thin and short needles in the right area, microdoses of a special cocktail from various preparations are injected under the skin to a depth of 1,5 to 6 mm (0,06-0,24 inches).

Injections can be done manually (using a syringe) and with the help of specific apparatus. Manual mesotherapy has the following advantages:

  • more precise and accurate work of the doctor
  • possibility of implementing linear technology for better correction
  • greater trust between patient and doctor
  • reduction of traumatism of small vessels of the skin.

On the other hand, apparatus-based mesotherapy can solve such problems as:

  • soreness during the procedure
  • hematoma at the injection site
  • traces of injections
  • tissue necrosis.

Mesotherapy – afterwards

The result of the mesotherapy procedure is noticeable almost immediately (as the agent is delivered very quickly to the problem area) and lasts for a long time – from six months to one and a half years.

The procedure of mesotherapy is well combined with other types of cosmetic procedures. Moreover – to increase and consolidate the effect of mesotherapy, cosmetologists recommend accompanying this procedure with other methods of skin lifting (for example, various types of apparatus lifting).