Mesotherapy of face, neck and neckline – deeply moisturises the skin, increases the elasticity, reduces wrinkles, combats sagging, evens the tone of skin. By stimulating the production of collagen, it can reduce acne scars and post-traumatic skin imperfections.
Mesotherapy of eyelids area – reduces bags and dark circles around eyes, increases skin elasticity and firmness, reduces fine wrinkles.
Mesotherapy for hair loss – stimulates hair growth, increases hair thickness and volume.
Mesotherapy of stretch marks – reduces stretch-marks and improves their appearance; stretchmarks become less visible and their colour becomes similar to normal skin tone.
Mesotherapy of cellulite – it smooths the skin, improves the microcirculation and lipolysis of skin.
Prior to the procedure, the doctor identifies and maps the area to be treated. Once the area is mapped and the site cleansed with alcohol, the doctor performs a series of superficial micro-injections. The patient may feel a mild pricking sensation, which is usually easily tolerated but to ensure the procedure is completely pain-free, a topical local anaesthetic cream may be applied 30 minutes before the procedure.
The best effects are achieved after a series of treatments. However, the desired effects are already observed after the first treatment. The schedule of treatment sessions is adjusted to individual needs. Generally, it is recommended to undergo 3-6 treatments at 10-14 days’ intervals.
For two weeks after the treatment, the patient should avoid strong sun exposure as well as heat exposure (sauna). Using a good sunscreen is strongly recommended to avoid skin discoloration.
Directly after the procedure, there might be some redness or mild swelling at the place of injection. Some bruising might also occur but all the above symptoms disappear within hours or days after the treatment.