Mesotherapy is minimally invasive procedure where a series of superfine micro needling  of vitamins, minerals and amino acids cocktails are delivered into the mesodermal layer of the skin. The infusion of savvy ingredients nourishes and rejuvenates the skin while also stimulating the production of collagen and elastin, both essential for skins natural elasticity.

The content mixture of the injection varies in accordance with each unique case and specific area to be treated.

Mesotherapy can also assist in reducing pain, and in replenishing hair loss in both men and women. The Mesotherapy is a relatively painless procedure due to the use of anaesthetic creams applied to the area prior to injection, cause no scarring, sedation is not necessary.

The exciting field of Mesotherapy is a new trend in modern medicine. patients not only want to be in good health, they also want to enjoy life, to be fit and minimise the effects of aging. Indeed, Patients are now requesting quick, non-invasive procedures with minor downtime and very little risk.

The main focus is on the fine lines/wrinkles, cellulite, stretch marks, scars, pigmentation and acne. It can also be used to reduce and contour fat. This includes prevention of these concerns at a youthful age. 

Mesotherapy can instantly improve dull, tired looking skin and superficial wrinkles but can also help to improve sluggish blood circulation, aiding the body to flush out ageing toxins. This treatment can also be used to address pigmentation problems, treat acne scarring and be combined to enhance the effects of other aesthetic treatments such as Botox or fillers.

Agents Used For Mesotherapy:

  • Hyaluronic Acid:Found naturally inside the human adipose tissue. Hydrates and elasticizes the skin.
  • Vitamin A:  Regulates epidermal growth and removes the thinning on the skin due to aging.
  • Vitamin E:  An antioxidant that protects tissues against damage.
  • Vitamin C:  Stimulates collagen synthesis and retards melanin production causing blemishes.
  • Vitamin B:  Takes role in the metabolism of fat acids that ensure the biological balance of the skin.
  • Vitamin K:  Regulates the micro-flow of the blood.
  • Amino Acids:  Play part as structural components of proteins that repair and reconstruct the tissue damages caused by aging.
  • Mineral Salts:  Stimulate various biological cell activities and regulate the tissue metabolism.
  • Co-enzymes:  Develop the biochemical reactions inside the injected tissue and increase the tissue repair rates.
  • Nucleic Acids:  Stimulate the synthesis of dermal proteins.