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.