Mesotherapy Treatment for Skin Rejuvenation
Mesolift and Mesotherapy – Correct Skin Problems
Mesotherapy, Mesolift and Mesotherapy are the new techniques of direct introduction into the skin of revitalising substances or by multiple superficial injections. The method will improve your skin’s hydration and volume, as well as facial expression. Your face will be more relaxed, the wrinkles of facial expression will be reduced and the tone and texture of the skin will become more youthful. This method prevents degradation of your skin with age and beautifies your face.
The vitamins stimulate the skin cells, especially fibroblasts, which cause increased production of collagen and elastin fibres, as well as neutralising free radicals. The biological metabolism of the skin becomes like that of young skin. Filler is a natural human polymer and is able to integrate perfectly into the dermal density, not only repairing the skin, but also increasing its moisture and elastic properties. Some fillers are able to stimulate protein production, especially that of collagen and elastin fibres. Relaxation agents will act on the superficial muscle fibres to achieve an overall relaxed effect, which leaves the face looking relaxed and serene.
Mesotherapy is a non-surgical method. The revitalising substances are delivered into the skin as multiple, very superficial injections of tiny drops, aided by a special Mesotherapy very fine needle.
Mesotherapy is able to improve circulation, strengthen the connective tissue and, most importantly, dissolve excessive fat. By melting the fatty tissue lipolysis is able to restore a more youthful and athletic appearance of the body’s contours.
Check out the result of cosmetic injections performed in Cosmetic Medical Centre.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the revitalising substances?
The revitalising substances are a complex of vitamins, amino acids minerals and a variety of fillers obtained by a biotechnological process.
Is it painful?
No. Some patients experience a light tingling sensation near the injection site. It disappears within a matter of seconds. For very sensitive patients we can apply numbing Emla cream 30 minutes before the treatment and/or ice packs.
What should I avoid before the treatment?
You should avoid aspirin, Vitamin E, Primrose Oil, Nurofen, Ginkho Biloba, Chinese and herbal medicine one week before the treatment. This is just to protect you against the remote risk of bruising. Your skin should be without infection or inflammation, such as eczema or acne.
What should I avoid after the treatment?
There are no specific restrictions on any activities after the treatment. You can go right back to what you were doing as soon as you step out of the Cosmetic Medical Centre. However, you should avoid excessive physical activity for a few hours.
How many sessions are necessary?
About 10 sessions are necessary to improve the skin on your face or neck. Ideally, they should be carried out every two weeks for the first 2-3 months and then one a month for the next 3 months. Once the results are visible, we can space the treatment every 2-3-6 months. This will depend on the extent of your skin’s condition and problems. Each session takes about 20-30 minutes.
How many sessions before I see improvement?
After the third to fifth session, you will see that your skin looks noticeably healthier, the subcutaneous tissue is firmer with better tone and texture, and the lines will improve dramatically or disappear.
How long will the benefits last?
If you choose to continue with follow up session every two to six months, the improvement will be more stable and longer lasting. On average, it will be five to six months before you see the toll of time starting to creep back in. It is best to nip it in the bud at this stage. If you are vigilant, three to five sessions will get you back to smooth, firm skin again.
Does Mesotherapy have any risks?
No. The revitalising substances are natural components of skin. They are non-toxic and biodegradable by integration with the skin. Approximately 3% of patients can get mild redness, which will last for a few hours. 1% of patients can get bruising lasting up to three days. Allergic reactions are very rare.
How much does it cost?
The cost of each treatment will depend on the size of the treated area and the kind of revitalising substances used during the sessions, and varies from $150 to $300.
Dr Roberts’ extended experience in both the dermatological and surgical specialties has enabled him to develop a holistic approach in the cosmetic and beauty industry. His practice is focused on achieving natural looking beauty by the application of both surgical and non-surgical skills.