Mesotherapy is a modern procedure for rejuvenation, by which vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and other active substances are injected directly into the deeper layer of the skin – the mesoderm. After the first signs of aging appear, such as fine wrinkles around the eyes and lips, but also when uneven pigmentation appears, it is possible to react immediately and successfully slow down aging. One of the first choices is mesotherapy.

Mesotherapy slows down aging and nourishes the skin of the face, neck and cleavage. Mesotherapy helps to: improve skin tone and quality, maintain tone, freshness and deeply nourish the skin.

On which parts of the body is mesotherapy performed?

Mesotherapy is done on the face, neck, cleavage, arms or thighs.

Another important indication for mesotherapy is cellulite reduction. Then, substances that melt fat are used to increase circulation, enable better drainage or have a diuretic effect.

How is mesotherapy done?

Using this method, micro-needles are injected into the middle layer of the skin with natural ingredients in the form of a cocktail of vitamins (A, B, C, E and K), minerals, antioxidants, amino acids, hyaluronic acid and growth factors. In this way, the skin is given all the ingredients it lacks. The active ingredients act equally on the surface and in the deeper parts of the subcutaneous tissue. Mesotherapy treatment begins with the application of anesthetics in the form of a cream, and is painless or at least tolerable. Then a mesotherapy cocktail is inserted into the skin with micro needles, and the procedure itself takes about half an hour. Mesotherapy is safe and very comfortable for patients.

How does mesotherapy affect the skin?

It should be emphasized that mesotherapy is primarily used for preventive purposes, in order to slow down and delay aging, and is not a substitute for laser, facelift or hyaluronic fillers.

That is why this procedure, when it comes to older skin, is a great choice for rejuvenation in combination with other aesthetic procedures.

The goal of mesotherapy in the process of skin rejuvenation is to increase the activity of fibroblasts, cells responsible for the production of collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid in the skin, as well as the application of the full concentration of active substances necessary for the renewal of healthy and youthful skin.

With the repetition of procedures, the depth of wrinkles decreases, the amount of collagen increases, and therefore the skin tone improves.

What after mesotherapy?

After mesotherapy, a couple of days you should avoid: sunbathing, physical effort (i.e. sweating), showering with hot water. Skin care after treatment is common. On the same day after the treatment, creams and powders should not be applied for the next few hours. The next day, the patient continues with his daily care. Since no recovery is required after this procedure, patients can return to their daily activities immediately. Eventually the redness disappears after a few hours.

How often is mesotherapy done?

There are two protocols according to which mesotherapy is performed. This can be done 3 times at intervals of 10 to 15 days and then repeated once every three months.

It can be done during 3 to 5 treatments at intervals of 7 to 14 days. Significant results can be seen after only a few treatments. The effect after mesotherapy is visible in all patients from 70% to 90%, depending on the individual problem, the condition of the skin and the organism. The whole cycle can be repeated after 4 to 6 months in accordance with the patient’s needs.

Who should not do mesotherapy?

Mesotherapy is not recommended for: pregnant women, people who have autoimmune diseases, people who have a blood clotting disorder or who are allergic to any of the ingredients of the cocktail, and people who have bacterial skin infections.