Mesotherapy is a minimally invasive procedure performed to treat various medical conditions. Active ingredients are injected into the mesoderm, aiming to optimize cell metabolism, stimulate fibroblasts to produce collagen and elastin, improve microcirculation, ensure proper nutrition of the skin and intensify the metabolism of the fat cells.
Depending on the formulation used, we can moisturize and firm the skin of the face, neck, neckline and even the breast, reduce hair loss, reduce cellulite as well as puffiness and dark circles under the eyes.
Post-treatment symptoms include: redness of the skin, papule (may persist for several hours to several days) and small bruises that disappear during following days (the risk of bruising is associated with multiple injections).
In order to obtain satisfactory results, specialists recommend to undergo a series of several treatments at 2-4-week intervals. Afterwards, subsequent treatments may be performed every 1-3 months.
Hairy skin mesotherapy inhibits both androgenic and seasonal (during spring and autumn) hair loss. This treatment not only reduces the hair loss but also simulates the regrowth process. Formulations used for the hairy skin mesotherapy are composed of: dexpanthenol (a provitamin of B5), organic silica, vitamins, oligoelements (including zinc) and minoxidil (an active ingredient of many preparations used in the treatment of hair loss). These components are injected into the skin in a series of multiple punctures, using a short needle. Initially it is recommended to undergo the treatment every one to two weeks during 1-2 months. Then, it should be continued by repeating the procedure once a month.