It is a technique that uses injections of vitamins, enzymes, hormones, and plant extracts to rejuvenate and tighten skin, as well as remove excess fat.
Mesotherapy is used to:
Remove fat in areas like the stomach, thighs, buttocks, hips, legs, arms, and face
Reduce cellulite
Fade wrinkles and lines
Tighten loose skin with poor texture
Pigmented skin
Treat alopecia, a condition that causes hair loss
The technique uses very fine needles to deliver a series of injections into the middle layer of skin. The idea behind mesotherapy is that it corrects underlying issues like poor circulation and inflammation that cause skin damage.
Substances injected in mesotherapy vary depending on the intended purpose.
Prescription medicines like vasodilators and antibiotics
Hormones such as calcitonin and thyroxin
Enzymes like collagenase and hyaluronidase
Herbal extracts
Vitamins and minerals
Things to consider before treatment:
Avoid using aspirin and other nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) like Gelofen for one week before the procedure since they can increase your risk of bruising and bleeding.
Mesotherapy sessions vary between 3 to 15 times. The interval is every 7 to 10 days. If your skin starts to improve, the treatments will be stretched out to once every two weeks or once a month.
The side effects of mesotherapy:
Nausea, itching, scars, pain, redness, rash, dark patches of skin, sensitivity, bruising, swelling, infection.
Mesotherapy for treating hair loss:
The treatment uses natural plant extracts, vitamins, or medicines like finasteride and minoxidil into the head, as a result it will:
Corrects hormone imbalances in and around the hair follicle,
Delivers nutrients to the hair,
Improves blood circulation.