Usually treating the face, neck, decolletage and or hands;
- Dull skin
- Dry skin conditions
- Sun damaged skin
- Superficial lines and wrinkles a Hair loss
- Small pockets of fat
WHAT IS MESOTHERAPY ?
Pioneered by the French physician Dr.Michel Pistor in 1952, Mesotherapy is a blanket term for treatment that involves multiple microinjections, in theory, delivering active, therapeutic ingredients directly into the skin.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Mesotherapy is a skin rejuvenation treatment that delivers various nourishing substances into the layers of the skin where cell repair and growth occurs. There are numerous types of vitamins, amino-acids, minerals, hyaluronic acids, all essential components for healthy skin cells, that can be delivered by mesotherapy.
Technique to first treat blood circulatory problems, sports injuries and medical conditions such as rheumatism. Mesotherapy today is popular in cosmetic practice for skin rejuvenation, hair regrowth and localised fat reduction.
Mesotherapy involves either multiple injections, or multiple needle punctures where topical serums have been applied to the skin.
DOES IT HURT?
Local anaesthetic cream may be applied prior to treatment to numb the skin, this need not be a painful treatment but some of the ingredients may sting or burn.
The skin may have pin prick marks & tiny blebs/bumps at the injection site dependent on the device and or product used to administer the product.
There may be some redness, swelling, tenderness, bruising which should settle within days. Makeup should not be worn for 12 hours
Results will not be immediate, but will develop over time. and a course of treatment will be required as advised by your clinician.
HOW LONG WILL IT LAST?
Mesotherapy for skin rejuvenation is generally given in a course of treatments with results lasting between 3-5 months. Top up treatments will be required to maintain the results. Treatment protocols vary depending on the indication and serum used.
IS IT SUITABLE FOR ME?
There are a number of medical conditions and or medicines that may affect the decision to treat or the treatment plan.
A full medical history and assessment of your expectations is necessary in advance of any decision to treat.