Mesotherapy is one of the most popular and effective skincare treatments. Many celebrities openly credit this procedure for helping them maintain their youthfulness. Visit the PIED-DE-POULE salon, and after just one session, you will be pleasantly surprised by the results. Age-related changes, stretch marks, acne, and hair loss—these are all reasons to consider mesotherapy.
This procedure involves the localized injection of dosed cocktails of amino acids, vitamins, microelements, and other beneficial substances under the skin. Nutrient, supportive, and therapeutic compounds are injected into problem areas or near them. There are two methods of delivering rejuvenating substances:
- Injection-based, involving the use of needles. Injections can be performed manually (manual mesotherapy) or through machine-assisted methods such as meso-rollers, meso-injectors, or micro-needle devices.
- Non-injection, where active substances are transported without needles through various physiotherapeutic procedures. This includes laser, ultrasound, gas-liquid, and other non-injection mesotherapy methods.
The optimal method of administration and the composition of substances with beneficial properties are individually tailored for each salon visitor. Personal preferences, existing problems, and the person's initial health condition are all taken into account.
The highest efficacy is achieved with injection-based mesotherapy, as it allows for the delivery of optimal doses of active substances deep under the skin. Non-invasive methods, on the other hand, are safer and painless.
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This skincare method is suitable for the entire body and can be applied to various areas:
- On the face, to combat aging and various cosmetic issues.
- On the scalp, to strengthen hair follicles, normalize sebaceous gland function, reduce hair loss, and restore hair health and shine.
- On different body areas (decollete, neck, back, abdomen, arms, thighs, buttocks) to maintain skin tone and combat cellulite.
Facial mesotherapy is the most sought-after, including treatment for the forehead, areas around the lips and eyebrows, nose, chin, and lips.
The procedure, also known as "beauty injections," follows these steps:
- Cleansing of the skin in the problem area.
- Application of an antiseptic and, if necessary, a numbing agent.
- Application of a product containing active substances—minerals, acids, etc.—either on the skin or drawn into a syringe, depending on the chosen method of administering the therapeutic cocktail.
- Skin is treated through individual injections or multiple punctures (this process typically takes 15-20 minutes). Depth of injection can go up to 5mm.
- The final step involves applying a soothing mask.
Mesotherapy can be combined with other skincare procedures if needed. For example, mesotherapy, botulinum toxin injections, and contouring procedures are sometimes performed sequentially with a few days apart.
Professional cosmetic salons carry out mesotherapy with experienced practitioners while adhering to all sanitary and hygiene standards. Safe and high-quality products and instruments are used, minimizing the risk of complications. Usually, there may be minor redness and hardening at the injection site immediately after the procedure (similar to a mosquito bite). Depending on individual characteristics, these effects typically fade within an hour, although in some cases, they may persist for 1-2 days.
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Effect of Mesotherapy Procedure
Key advantages of this rejuvenation method include low invasiveness and rapid results: after just one session, our clients notice an improvement in their skin's condition. Moreover, patients do not require extended recovery time; they can resume their normal lives as early as the next day. The only restrictions for the next two to three days include sauna and tanning bed visits, direct sun exposure, and intense physical activities.
Thanks to mesotherapy:
- Blood circulation is enhanced.
- Local delivery of active substances and cell nourishment are ensured (meso cocktails may contain hyaluronic and glycolic acids, phospholipids, vitamins A, C, E, minerals, lipolytics, enzymes, etc.).
- Collagen and elastin production is stimulated.
- Fat tissue is actively broken down.
- Restorative processes are initiated (partly due to the skin's injury, which stimulates tissue regeneration).
As a result of this treatment:
- Skin complexion improves, and pigmentation decreases.
- Skin texture becomes smoother. The contours of the face and lips become more defined.
- Hydration is restored.
- Superficial and deep wrinkles are reduced.
- Scars and blemishes are smoothed.
- Nasolabial folds are diminished.
- Acne symptoms are reduced or completely eliminated.
- Local fat deposits are reduced.
- Eye bags and "crow's feet" are reduced or eliminated.
- Eyebrow density is restored.
- The effects of deep skin cleansing (peeling) and injections are addressed (mesotherapy enhances the effects of these procedures and promotes quicker recovery).
How Many Mesotherapy Sessions Are Needed
To determine the correct treatment plan, a cosmetologist needs to assess the patient's skin condition in person. To achieve the maximum effect, specialists typically recommend a series of 5 to 10 sessions, with a frequency of one to two times per month. This approach allows for excellent, long-lasting results, lasting from 6 months to 1.5 years.
Contraindications to the Procedure
The full list of contraindications depends on whether you choose injections or non-injection therapy.
Common contraindications include increased skin sensitivity, skin inflammation, and infectious diseases. For those planning to undergo injection mesotherapy, it's important to note that the procedure is not recommended during pregnancy, menstruation, or if there are blood clotting issues.
Before the procedure, a cosmetologist will conduct a detailed consultation, select an appropriate meso cocktail, and determine the optimal duration of the course.