Mesotherapy is the procedure of injecting vitamins, aminoacids, minerals, enzymes and some drugs in the form of a coctail into the cutaneous or subcutaneous fat tissue. In this way, the target area is accessed and the drugs are injected are at appropriate doses. Mesotherapy is mainly used in hair loss, skin resurfacing and rejuvenation treatments. Since the general absorption of drugs by the body is very low in this technique, drug-induced side effects are minimized and the effect of the drug is increased.
Usage Areas of Mesotherapy
Who Cannot Have Mesotherapy?
How is Mesotherapy Carried Out?
The skin is cleaned and disinfected before the procedure. Anesthetic creams are applied to the treatment area 30 minutes before the procedure for a more comfortable and painless treatment. The product to be used is given to the skin with very small and fine needles.
How many session of mesotherapy is performed?
Although it can be performed at one-week intervals depending on the drug to be used and the aesthetic need of the person, it can be performed at 15-day or 1-month intervals as well. The number of treatment sessions may vary depending on the person's complaint.
Can mesotherapy be performed in combination with other techniques?
Mesotherapy can be performed in combination with many treatments and the results can be much more satisfactory.
What are the side effects of mesotherapy?
No significant side effect arises. Mild bruises and swelling may occur one day after the procedure and these can be easily treated.
What is Mesolift?
Mesolift is a treatment that is administered with the use of hyaluronic acid, antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and amino acids to moisturize the skin and to increase the production of collagen and elastin. In addition, the likelihood of side effects of the substances used is low since the drugs are given to the target area in very small amounts and with the help of a small needle. Facial mesotherapy (mezolift) is a technique of resurfacing the skin, removing skin wrinkles and sagging skin.