Mesotherapy is a nonsurgical treatment that uses injections of unbound hyaluronic acid, hormones, enzymes, vitamins and plan extract to tighten and rejuvenate the skin, as well as to remove excess fat. There are various mesotherapy procedures that use a wide variety of solutions that target different skin problems.
Hyaluronic acid mesotherapy
This is a mesotherapy with 100% hyaluronic acid and glycerol, which is injected into the surface layer of the skin to improve tone and elasticity, to thicken, maintain collagen and elastin in the skin. It is extremely suitable for correcting fine wrinkles and combating the signs of aging. The areas in which it can be applied are the face, neck, décolleté, back of the hands. The frequency and period of application depend on the treatment area, the type of product and the condition of the skin.
Hyaluronic acid is a natural structural component of the skin. Due to its ability to attract and retain water molecules, it is used to correct fine facial lines, restore elasticity and smooth skin surface, as well as for strong hydration. Deep hydration is achieved through the hydrating effect of glycerol. It has a long-lasting rejuvenating effect.
Mesotherapy with the effect of botox
The principle of action is similar to that of botulinum toxin because it is based on hyaluronic acid and biomimetic peptides. They are completely safe, without side effects and degradable. This mesotherapy is used to correct fine lines and hydrate skin with signs of photoaging. It can be applied to the face, neck and décolletage.
Collagen is one of the main components of connective tissue and when its production decreases, the aging process of the skin begins. Collagen mesotherapy helps reduce the visible signs of skin aging, slows down the appearance of wrinkles and provides sufficient hydration to aging skin. This type of mesotherapy can be injected directly into the areas of the skin you want to be treated, restructuring the tissue and smoothing wrinkles, which is an excellent means of preventing further sagging of the facial contour. It can be used both in young women for prevention and in adults – as a restorative agent.
Mesotherapy with vitamins and antioxidants
Mesotherapy with vitamins and antioxidants is preferred when it comes to fighting free radicals. The latter are active substances that have the ability to damage healthy cells in the skin. The most intense sources of free radicals are solar radiation, smoking and urban pollution.
Mesotherapy for eye contour
The eye area is is usually when the first signs of aging appear. The leading causes are ultraviolet light, re-contraction of facial muscles and loss of volume. To improve the quality of the skin in this area, mesotherapy for the eyes is successfully applied. It is a procedure in which, with the help of a fine needle, many prickings are made, through which hyaluronic acid, amino acids, vitamins and minerals are delivered to the dermis. Eye mesotherapy is suitable for both young and older women.
Mesotherapy against hyperpigmentation
Unwanted pigmentation on the skin of the face and neck is a common problem and one of the signs of photoaging. The causes are many and varied and include hormonal disorders, taking certain medications, exposure to UV light without adequate photoprotection and more. Chemical peels, mesotherapy against pigmentation, depigmenting creams, etc. are used to treat this skin condition.
Mesotherapy to stimulate hair growth
Hair loss and thinning can occur at any stage of life and is provoked by various conditions – stress, chronic fatigue, malnutrition, thyroid problems after pregnancy, iron deficiency and more. A successful method for treating conditions associated with hair loss and thinning in the area of the capillary is the application of mesotherapy for hair.
This therapy uses hyaluronic acid, which is known for its ability to restructure the intracellular matrix, allowing more efficient exchange between cells, including hair follicle cells. The restructuring and moisturizing action of hyaluronic acid provides the skin with hydration and a remarkable biostimulating effect. The biorevitalizing and transporting effect of hyaluronic acid is enhanced by a special biorevitalizing solution for the treatment of hair loss
Mesotherapy for weight loss and cellulite
Mesotherapy for weight loss and cellulite uses active substance such as sodium salt of deoxycholic acid, which break down the membranes of fat cells (adipocytes). The procedure is suitable for reduction of double chin, abdomen, buttocks, buttocks, inner thigh and more.