Mesotherapy involves injecting a mixture of active ingredients into the skin. The substances used vary depending on the desired outcome. For example, vitamins, minerals and amino acids may improve skin texture and tone. We may use Hyaluronic acid to hydrate and rejuvenate the skin. A licensed medical professional performs the procedure. The injections are usually given just under the skin, in the mesoderm layer.
Typically, mesotherapy sessions last 30 minutes to an hour. The number of sessions required depends on the individual and treated condition. The injections can cause slight discomfort, but local anaesthetic may be applied to reduce pain. After the procedure, patients may experience slight redness, swelling, and itching at the injection site, but these symptoms usually resolve within a few hours.
It’s important to note that mesotherapy is still considered experimental, and its safety and effectiveness research continues. Before undergoing mesotherapy, patients should thoroughly discuss the procedure and its potential risks and benefits with their doctor.