What will it involve?
For optimum skin improvement Mesotherapy is best taken after an exfoliation treatment such as a Micro-dermabrasion & LED, Fresh Up Light or a Chemical Skin Peel to lift layers of unwanted dead skin cells’ improving the surface of the skin. The Mesotherapy treatment will repair the deeper layers of the skin’s structures.
Your skin care practitioner will complete a detailed consultation to establish your skin type, condition, and your skin care improvement goals, all of which will determine the most suitable exfoliation treatment, pharmaceutical active ingredients and planning to suit your skin.
Commencing a pre-exfoliation treatment, or simply a cleanse if you opt out of the pre exfoliation treatment, the micro-injections of the pharmaceutical active ingredients is applied.
The Mesotherapy action of the needle triggers a physical action in the dermal structures, whereby it can be ‘tricked’ into producing new collagen in response to the perceived injury.
This process instantly increases cellular regeneration, improving tired, dull, dehydrated skin, fine lines, wrinkles, pigmentation, open pores and acne scars, leaving the skin feeling instantly rejuvenated, plumped, smoother, fresh and glowing.
The body treatments reduce the fat and toxic build up, reducing fluid retention, cellulite and fatty areas.
The pharmaceutical active ingredients:
mesohyl is the most extensive range of sterile active ingredients for intradermal administration; CE marking, guarantee of safety and efficacy.
With a prior diagnosis, your skin care practitioner will evaluate your needs and will select the most appropriate formulas to be applied to produce customised combinations.
Exclusive formulas with a hyaluronic acid base and active ingredients of recognised efficacy and compatible with other medical procedures such as botulinum toxin, fillers, peeling, laser, pulsed light etc.
The range of solutions include: NCTC 109, hyaluronic acid, X-DNA, vitamin c, organic silicon, DMAE, oligoelements, carnitine, artichoke, melilot and biotin.
Why have the procedure?
- Fine lines & wrinkles
- Signs of ageing
- Skin flaccidity
- Sun-damaged skin
- Pigmentation disorders
- Dull, dry, dehydrated skin
- Acne scaring
- Open pores
- Stretch marks
- Stubborn unwanted localised fat
- Hair growth
Does it hurt?
Each individual has varied pain threshold to the needling action. Care is taken to make it as comfortable as possible. An anesthetic cream may be applied where applicable.
How many treatments do I need?
A single treatment will provide an instant skin rejuvenation effect; a course of treatments would be advised for more problematic concerns. Depending on the skin concern and if the Mesotherapy treatment is combined with other modalities we strongly advise a course; taken once per week for the first course.
Facial treatments: A minimum of 6 sessions will be needed depending on the concern followed by a maintenance program.
Body treatments: A minimum of 10 sessions will be needed in general especially if treating scaring or cellulite. A maintenance program will need to be followed.
How quickly will I see the results?
You will see results immediately after a single treatment and progressively over a series of treatments as the new collagen and elastin molecules mature into a well organised matrix in the dermal layer of the skin, increasing volume from within the skin, plumping out fine lines, wrinkles, open pores and scars, along with overall improvements in skin tone, sun-damage and ageing skin.
There is an instant visible reduction in fluid retention and overall improvement in cellulite, which is also progressive over a series of treatments. In the treatment fat reduction generally at least 3 sessions would be required to see results.
How long will the results last?
Commencing a single treatment the skin will appear taught and bright for several days and up to several months commencing a course of treatments. However this depends on many factors, such as how one cares for their skin post treatment, the severity of one’s natural oil production, diet, stress, hormone influences and lifestyle.