Mesotherapy is an intradermal injection of active substances. The latter include vitamins, hyaluronic acid, phospholipids. These components are often found in most cosmetic creams, serums and masks. However, with the traditional method of application, active substances cannot penetrate the thick layers of the skin, so that they affect only its surface. Meanwhile, it is the condition of the thick layers of the dermis that determines how our skin looks. Mesotherapy can deliver the necessary substances directly to the destination.
The effect of the procedure is determined by two factors. First, it is the work of active substances as such. Secondly, the mechanical impact of the hyperfine needle for injection. During the procedure, the skin receives multiple micro-traumas. This “awakens” the skin cells, forcing them to produce the substances necessary for regeneration actively, improves blood microcirculation and cellular respiration.
The effect of mesotherapy depends on the cocktail. With the help of mesotherapy, you can solve such problems as dry skin, fine wrinkles, pigmentation, couperose, decreased tone, acne and post-acne, dark circles under the eyes, freckles, signs of gravity and photoaging, dull complexion, enlarged pores, etc.
Unlike many other methods, mesotherapy gives an almost instantaneous effect. Having done the procedure in the morning, you’ll notice the changes by the evening: improvement of complexion, fresh and rested appearance, elastic and radiant skin. However, in one session it is impossible to solve the problem entirely, several procedures will be required.
Mesotherapy in the presence of indications can be carried out to patients at any age. Adolescents to mesotherapy often resort to fighting acne and post-acne.
From the age of 20, it is possible to start mesotherapy with the aim of moisturising the skin, combating pigmentation and the earliest signs of photoaging.
Approximately from the same age, it is possible to start to pound rejuvenating meso-cocktails. This will avoid more severe procedures in the future or at least postpone them for years to come.
Mesotherapy is often prescribed in preparation for plastic surgery. Healthy skin is restored after surgery much faster. The procedure is also included in the rehabilitation program after plastic surgery, often in combination with physiotherapy.
Mesotherapy is indispensable after deep peelings and dermabrasion. It greatly enhances the effect of these procedures and speeds up recovery.