What is mesotherapy?

Mesotherapy is a minimally invasive, non-surgical cosmetic procedure used for skin nourishment and rejuvenation.

As a method which combines cosmetic and aesthetic medicine, the first mesotherapy treatment was carried out by French doctor Michel Pistor in 1952 and it was originally used as a pain-relief method. Today, it is commonly used worldwide and constitutes one of the leading methods for achieving a youthful, fresh look.

The procedure consists of a series of fine injections of vitamins, minerals, homeopharic remedies, and amino-acid cocktails into the central layer of the skin (the mesoderm) and, under specific circumstances, the subcutaneous tissue. This infusion nourishes the skin and leads to proliferation of fibroblasts, collagen, and elastin synthesis, as well as the stimulation of the subcutaneous processes. The results are visible after the first treatment as the skin becomes luminous, fresh, and light.

Types of mesotherapy?

There are two main types of mesotherapy: no-needle mesotherapy (also called virtual mesotherapy) and needle mesotherapy. No-needle mesotherapy is a more comfortable procedure since it is entirely painless, but the advantage of needle mesotherapy is that the active substance is injected directly into the desired skin layer, which makes the procedure more effective.

There are two forms of needle mesotherapy: the classical approach which involves a syringe and a needle with a 26-30 G in diameter, and the micro-needling system which uses the popular Dermapens.

Types of mesotherapy?

There are two main types of mesotherapy: no-needle mesotherapy (also called virtual mesotherapy) and needle mesotherapy. No-needle mesotherapy is a more comfortable procedure since it is entirely painless, but the advantage of needle mesotherapy is that the active substance is injected directly into the desired skin layer, which makes the procedure more effective.

There are two forms of needle mesotherapy: the classical approach which involves a syringe and a needle with a 26-30 G in diameter, and the micro-needling system which uses the popular Dermapens.

What is mesotherapy used for?

It is a common misconception that mesotherapy is exclusively used as an anti-aging method. Mesotherapy is recommended to everyone who cares for their skin. The application method itself and the wide range of active substances which can in this way be injected allow us to treat a wide spectrum of skin conditions and imperfections.

Generally speaking, the indications for therapy include:

  • Treatment of oily and acne-prone skin
  • Treatment of scars and other skin imperfections
  • Treatment of hyperpigmentation
  • Hydration treatments and skin moisturizing
  • Treatment of wrinkles and improving skin turgidity and elasticity
  • Treatment of localized fat deposits

What is mesotherapy used for?

It is a common misconception that mesotherapy is exclusively used as an anti-aging method. Mesotherapy is recommended to everyone who cares for their skin. The application method itself and the wide range of active substances which can in this way be injected allow us to treat a wide spectrum of skin conditions and imperfections.

Generally speaking, the indications for therapy include:

  • Treatment of oily and acne-prone skin
  • Treatment of scars and other skin imperfections
  • Treatment of hyperpigmentation
  • Hydration treatments and skin moisturizing
  • Treatment of wrinkles and improving skin turgidity and elasticity
  • Treatment of localized fat deposits

Which body parts can be treated with mesotherapy?

  • Face
  • Neck
  • Cleavage
  • Hands
  • Legs
  • Abdominal area and hips

Which body parts can be treated with mesotherapy?

  • Face
  • Neck
  • Cleavage
  • Hands
  • Legs
  • Abdominal area and hips

Treatment description

The treatment itself lasts 15-30 minutes depending on the size of the treated area. It is not painful, but to prevent the slight uncomfort it might cause, we apply an anestheric cream to reduce skin sensitivity.

After the application, the treated area is covered with a facial mask which cools the skin and closes the pores.

Depending on the nature of the specific condition, it is recommended to undergo a total of 5-8 treatments, with 14-28 days between each treatment.

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Treatment description

The treatment itself lasts 15-30 minutes depending on the size of the treated area. It is not painful, but to prevent the slight uncomfort it might cause, we apply an anestheric cream to reduce skin sensitivity.

After the application, the treated area is covered with a facial mask which cools the skin and closes the pores.

Depending on the nature of the specific condition, it is recommended to undergo a total of 5-8 treatments, with 14-28 days between each treatment.

Post-treatment regimen

It is not advisable for the client to wash their skin with hot water, and they are recommended to use only cold water, 6-8 hours after the treatment. Use of makeup is not recommended for the first 24 hours following the treatment. One should avoid direct exposure to sunlight and they should also start using moisturizers with SPF 50 on a regular basis.

Post-treatment regimen

It is not advisable for the client to wash their skin with hot water, and they are recommended to use only cold water, 6-8 hours after the treatment. Use of makeup is not recommended for the first 24 hours following the treatment. One should avoid direct exposure to sunlight and they should also start using moisturizers with SPF 50 on a regular basis.

What can you expect?

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Mesotherapy instantly improves tired-looking skin and light wrinkles. The skin becomes more radiant, hydrated, nourished, and firmer, and its texture improves. The procedure can also be used to treat hyperpigmentation and acne scarring. The results are visible immediately after the first treatment, as the skin begins to glow and becomes fresher and lighter.

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Mesotherapy instantly improves tired-looking skin and light wrinkles. The skin becomes more radiant, hydrated, nourished, and firmer, and its texture improves. The procedure can also be used to treat hyperpigmentation and acne scarring. The results are visible immediately after the first treatment, as the skin begins to glow and becomes fresher and lighter.

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