Injectable mesotherapy is a method that aims to achieve a rejuvenating effect on the skin while preserving the patients' natural aesthetic features. It will strictly influence the quality of the skin, without producing changes in volume and facial expression.
How it works mesotherapy?
It is a non-invasive and painless needle technique, performed manually (syringe with a very fine needle) or instrumentally (using specially designed devices - pen or gun).
Local anaesthesia is not mandatory, it can be performed depending on the patient's tolerability.
This involves introducing into the integument at mesodermal level, by microinjections, a cocktail of substances, determined by the doctor according to the patient's needs and situation, containing vitamins, minerals, amino acids, enzymes, hyaluronic acid, trace elements, etc.
Active substances are natural ingredients of the body's tissues that are essential for their functioning and that actively participate in cellular metabolism, inducing the activation of metabolic pathways:
Mesotherapy is used as a treatment for dermatological/aesthetic conditions such as alopecia (hair loss), cellulite/localised adiposity (liposomes), stretch marks, dark circles under the eyes, post-acne scars or regenerative therapy of the integument of the face, neckline or back of the hands.
For each of these problems, the treating doctor draws up a therapeutic protocol, describing the substances used, the total number of sessions and their periodicity (for example, for cellulite, 7-10 sessions every 7-10 days are necessary, for epidermal regeneration 3-5 sessions every 2-4 weeks).
It is very important to perform maintenance sessions every 6 months-1 year.
Mesotherapy is a medical procedure that consists of injecting various substances (pharmaceuticals, vitamins, minerals, natural or homeopathic extracts) into the skin (dermis and hypodermis). These substances are used to achieve various results depending on the problem we want to treat (melting fat cells, improving circulation, reducing fibrosis, stimulating collagen and elastin synthesis, promoting hair loss and hair regrowth).
It has multiple applications: reduction of fat deposits, cellulite, stretch marks, hair loss, acne, scars and rejuvenation (wrinkles, laxity, hyperpigmentation).
Usually 4-6 sessions are needed every 4 weeks for optimal results, during the initial consultation with the dermatologist he will determine the treatment protocol depending on the problem and its severity.
Results are seen after the first session 2-4 weeks after starting treatment and will improve after each session.
After the initial protocol with successive sessions, it is necessary to return to maintenance sessions to maintain the results. The frequency of maintenance sessions will be determined by the dermatologist, usually 1 session every 4-6 months.
Before starting, the skin is cleaned with an antiseptic solution and an anaesthetic cream is applied for 20-30 minutes. The treatment consists of injecting small amounts of mesotherapy solution with multiple fine needles. The procedure takes 20-30 minutes.
The skin is usually reddened, and there may be small swelling and bruising due to the injection that disappears after 2-3 days.