Mesotherapy is a French rejuvenation technique that uses micro injections of vitamins, enzymes, antioxidants, and plant extracts to rejuvenate and tighten skin, improve hair quality, as well as remove excess fat. Michel Pistor, a doctor in France, developed the technique in 1952.
What Are the Benefits of Mesotherapy?
Mesotherapy is a treatment method that provides benefits in many different ways depending on the application area. It eliminates many problems such as cracks, wrinkles, sunspots, skin spots, skin problems, regional fattening, cellulite in the areas where it is applied. It is a treatment method used especially for people with baldness and hair problems such as alopecia known as a hair loss problem among the public. It provides hair growth in the bald area. It relieves acute or chronic pain in any part of your body. It can particularly be useful for some vascular problems and injuries that occur while doing sports.
Mesotherapy vitamin cocktails can stimulate the fibroblast cell in the skin to produce more collagen to combat the signs of ageing. Amongst the list of skin-friendly plant ingredients injected are vitamins, growth factors, Hyaluronic acid, peptides, antioxidants and trace elements that provide the ideal environment for healthy skin that copes with the ageing process better.
A typical mesotherapy cocktail might generally contain over active 50 ingredients to nourish, repair and rejuvenate skin.
It’s definitely worth doing if you have an event that you want a quick-fix for, and can be combined alongside anti -wrinkle injections and fillers.

What’s the treatment used for?
Mesotherapy is used to improve body, hair, cellulite – different cocktails are applied
to induce collagen production and create healthy looking skin and hair.
• Hydrates, rejuvenates and tightens the skin
• Regenerates and restructures the skin
• Protects the skin
• Improves radiance and hydration of the skin
• Rebuilds the skin
• Improves acne and scarring
• Gives instant glow
On Your FACE Mesotherapy can be used for:
• wrinkles
• dull looking skin
• hyperpigmentation
• acne
• loss of glow
On Your BODY Mesotherapy can improve:
• cellulite
• stretch marks
• hair loss
• fat reduction
What are the types of mesotherapy?
There are three different types of mesotherapy, depending on the injection technique to be used. The three different types are: point by point mesotherapy, upper skin mesotherapy and comprehensive mesotherapy. Apart from this, mesotherapy applicationis divided into various types such as hair mesotherapy, mesolifting and body mesotherapy according to the area of application.

Who can undergo mesotherapy?
Mesotherapy can be applied to people over 18 years of age, depending on the region to be treated and individual’s health status. The suitability of the person is determined by health screening.
Before the mesotherapy application, a physical examination is performed first. After the physical examination of the patient, a definite diagnosis is made regarding whatever discomfort the patient has. After finalization, an anesthetic cream can be applied to the application area on the person. Disposable needles are used for each patient and the solutions which are deemed suitable for the patient are applied to the area. It can sometimes be applied using a mechanical gun to make the process of injection easy in the area where the application will be made frequently. An angled injection is done by the physician to the middle layer of the skin in the area where the treatment is needed. Very small amounts of solution is injected into this area of injection. More mesotherapy sessions can be done according to the need of the particular area of skin. It is a outpatient treatment method that does not require dressing after the application. If no side effects occur, the patient can easily continue his normal life after the application.
What’s the Treatment Protocol?
A course of 4 treatments (1 every 3 weeks) is recommended to improve your skin quality.
We provide bespoke Mesotherapy treatments by combining the best plane based ampules for lifting, glow, anti-aging, acne, scarring and rejuvenation. This skin booster actively repairs the skin to replace minerals that are deficient such as Magnesium, Sodium, Potassium and Calcium.
Alongside this, there are also 24 amino acids that help produce elastin and collagen. To combat free radicals, there are 2 antioxidants to ensure your skin remains healthy and glowing.
Side effects and damages of mesotherapy
Mesotherapy application has some side effects likewise every medical procedure. Side effects that occur after mesotherapy application usually do not last long. The occurrence of side effects differs from person to person. Some patients do not experience any side effects. Some medications used during mesotherapy can cause allergic reactions in people. In order to prevent allergic reactions, skin reactions should be monitored by applying medication to a small part of the skin surface exactly 24 hours before mesotherapy. Side effects that can be seen after mesotherapy procedure are as follow:
Skin swelling
Skin sensitivity
Itching and burning sensation on the skin
Rash on skin surface
Bruise on skin surface
Reactions such as skin rash and eruption may be seen in people with very sensitive skin. There may be dark scars on the application area of mesotherapy.

At which conditions is mesotherapy inconvenient?
Mesotherapy is not recommended at certain conditions. These conditions are as follow:
Pregnant women
Breastfeeding mothers
People with paralysis history
Diabetic patients who have to use insulin
Cancer patients
Patients with blood coagulation disorders
People who have allergy against any substance that is used in microinjection process
People with urticaria problem
People with cardiac disease that is treated by using multiple medicines

Can Patient Return to Work Immediately After Mesotherapy?
Yes, there’s no downtime. Face will look and feel somewhat red but our aestheticians can apply mineral foundation to cover it in case patient have to return to work immediately after the treatment. Redness will normally subside within 48 hours.