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Mesotherapy involves the injection of medicines, vitamins, minerals, anti-oxidants and amino-acids directly into the mesoderm (the middle layer of the skin). This nourishes and rejuvenates the skin and also stimulates the production of collagen and elastin which are essential for your skins natural elasticity.
One of the effects of ageing of the skin is a decrease in blood circulation. This results in the reduction of oxygen and nutrients and your body’s ability to flush out toxins. Mesotherpay slows this process and helps your skin to become more rested, radiant and, above all, firmer.
Mesotherpay is administered by a series of micro-injections, using a very fine needle, immediately beneath the surface of the skin at the area requiring treatment.
Treatment is not painful but can sometimes be slightly uncomfortable. To prevent this we apply an anaesthetic cream prior to treatment.
Treatment time is approximately 30 minutes.
Moesotherpay has almost no side-affects and you can expect to return to day-to-day activities immediately. In some cases you may experience slight swelling which will settle within 24 hours or some small brusing which will disappear quickly.
The 'Vitamin Facial' is usually performed over an initial series of one session per week for 4 weeks. Results are then maintained by twice-a-year touch up sessions.
Yes, mesotherpay can be used alongside other treatments or as an alternative to them. Whilst it is an excellent anti-ageing therapy in its own right it is also a fine compliment to skin-peels, Botulinum Toxin and dermal fillers.
Mesotherapy is considered an extremely safe treatment. Pioneered by the French physician Dr. Michel Pistor in 1952, Mesotherapy is now widely used all over the world to treat a wide range of injuries and medical conditions such as arthritis, migraines, asthma, sports injuries and chronic pain.