Mesotherapy belongs to the science of homotoxicology which is the study of illnesses relating to the human body’s defence system against toxic substances (or homotoxins) which destroy the natural balance of your cellular system.
Before the treatment the patient receives a local anaesthetic, Emla cream for example. The treatment solution is injected with very fine needles. The active substance is injected exactly where it is needed. This is often called “non–surgical lifting”.
Mesotherapy can be applied on the face and neck and the rest of the body which needs improvement.
It can be used to treat:
- Local excess of fat tissue
- Hair loss
- Aging skin
- Hands and neck
- Redundant (sagging) skin
Mesotheraphy is a periodical treatment. Initial treatments should be repeated 2 or 3 times over a short period.
As a result of this procedure, the skin is better hydrated, nourished and tight. Skin obtains a fresh and youthful look. Mesotherapy removes small wrinkles and shallows out deep ones.
Conditions which preclude use of this treatment are: pregnancy, breast-feeding, allergy, diabetes, blood clotting disorders, skin inflammatory conditions, cold sores the use of certain medicinal drugs (f. ex. aspirin).
After the treatment the skin can be a bit tender, swollen and small red patches maybe visible. They will disappear after a few days.