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Mesotherapy

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Mesotherapy 2017-11-16T11:48:04+00:00

Mesotherapy involves the injection of a specially prepared mixture of vitamins, amino acids, and medications, placed just millimetres under the skin into the problematic area. Just a “drop” of solution is used at each injection site.

The idea is that you can get these active substances to the site requiring treatment by directly injecting them there. This is instead of relying on a tablet or intravenous injection where higher concentrations of the drug are required in order to get adequate levels to the site requiring treatment. Mesotherapy is both more precise and requires less solution to be injected.

Mesotherapy in the treatment of ageing skin aims to replace minerals, vitamins amino acids and hyaluronic acid that are found in lower levels in skin as we age.

Hyaluronic acid in the skin is an important component of the skin that helps to maintain firmness and texture.

Again, as the skin ages, levels of hyaluronic acid decrease, and it is claimed that injecting more hyaluronic acid into the dermal layers (just below the surface of the skin) helps to stimulate more collagen production, which, in turn, improves skin tone and helps to reduce fine lines and wrinkles. As a result your skin regains its natural elasticity and glow. The results are quick and long lasting.

Mesotherapy involves the injection of a specially prepared mixture of vitamins, amino acids, and medications, placed just millimetres under the skin into the problematic area. Just a “drop” of solution is used at each injection site.

The idea is that you can get these active substances to the site requiring treatment by directly injecting them there. This is instead of relying on a tablet or intravenous injection where higher concentrations of the drug are required in order to get adequate levels to the site requiring treatment. Mesotherapy is both more precise and requires less solution to be injected.

Mesotherapy in the treatment of ageing skin aims to replace minerals, vitamins amino acids and hyaluronic acid that are found in lower levels in skin as we age.

Hyaluronic acid in the skin is an important component of the skin that helps to maintain firmness and texture.

Again, as the skin ages, levels of hyaluronic acid decrease, and it is claimed that injecting more hyaluronic acid into the dermal layers (just below the surface of the skin) helps to stimulate more collagen production, which, in turn, improves skin tone and helps to reduce fine lines and wrinkles. As a result your skin regains its natural elasticity and glow. The results are quick and long lasting.