What is Mesotherapy? The benefits, the treatment and aftercare…
Mesotherapy treatments are non-surgical and involve quick injections into the mesodermal (surface) layer of the skin. These injections contain a combination of vitamins, minerals and other components naturally found in the skin, such as hyaluronic acid that diminishes with age. There are different types of mesotherapy that can be administered. Each designed and tailored depending on what the concerns such as collagen loss, hair loss, cellulite or even excess fat. A typical mesotherapy cocktail might generally contain over 50 active ingredients to nourish, repair and rejuvenate skin.
What can Mesotherapy treat?
Today, mesotherapy is used to treat a range of skin ailments including:
Dark circles under eyes
Reducing Acne and Scarring
Fading stretch marks
Tighten loose skin
Lighten pigmented skin
Treat alopecia, a condition that causes hair loss
What are the benefits of Mesotherapy?
Mesotherapy can instantly improve dull, tired-looking skin and superficial wrinkles but can also help to improve blood circulation, aiding the body to flush out ageing toxins. This treatment can also be used to address hyperpigmentation, treat acne and give you a glowing from within complexion.
Mesotherapy vitamin cocktails can stimulate the fibroblast cell in the skin to produce more collagen to combat the signs of ageing. Amongst the list of skin-friendly plant ingredients injected are vitamins, growth factors, Hyaluronic acid, peptides, antioxidants and trace elements that provide the ideal environment for healthy skin that copes with the ageing process better.
Does it hurt?
Most patients report that their mesotherapy procedure was not painful. However, some do suffer from a low level of discomfort. Any potential pain and discomfort is minimalized by the use of extremely fine needles. Also, a numbing cream can be used and you’ll feel a tiny injection scratch on your skin – the treatment lasts about 20 minutes.
How often do I need Mesotherapy?
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.
The skin may have pinprick 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 to work with your personal needs.