Mesotherapy involves injecting a specialized solution containing elements that actively contribute to cellular metabolism, such as hyaluronic acid, vitamins, minerals, and amino acids, into the skin and occasionally subcutaneous adipose tissue.
Our skin dehydrates with time as a result of the aging process and environmental conditions. As a result, the skin appears dry and lifeless. There are numerous skin rejuvenation alternatives available today to replenish the skin’s lost moisture, lessen wrinkles, and aid in reconstructing the skin by repairing its protective layer.
Mesotherapy, which has been around for a while, is one of the most popular skin rejuvenation techniques. Mesotherapy nourishes and replenishes your skin’s moisture.
The most crucial aspect of this procedure is that the subcutaneous injection of the fluid is done with care to meet the needs of the patient. The skin cannot get the assistance it needs since the daily lotions or serums applied to it cannot sufficiently enter the lower layers. Utilizing a specially formulated solution guarantees that the skin receives the precise ingredients it requires.
Mesolifting feeds your skin from the inside by applying the right therapeutic elements in the right amount straight to the troublesome area.
How Is the Mesotherapy Performed?
Anesthetic cream is applied to the treatment region prior to beginning the process. Then, using extremely thin needles, the solution customized to each patient’s needs is injected subcutaneously.
Which Body Parts Can It Be Used On?
- Arms and legs
What Is the Purpose of Mesotherapy?
- In order to achieve a youthful and radiant appearance, reduce the aging effects on the skin.
- Hydrating the skin
- Achieving a lifting effect to tighten the skin
- Having skin that is youthful, vibrant, and healthy
- Reducing skin’s dark patches
- Cellulitis treatment
- Specifically reducing fat
- Hair treatments
Hair Mesotherapy in Androgenetic Alopecia Treatment
The inherited disorder that develops with aging is the most typical cause of hair loss. Androgenic alopecia, also referred to as male-pattern baldness and female-pattern baldness, is the term for it. Patients with alopecia areata can be treated with mesotherapy, a very painless procedure, with little to no complaints from patients regarding the discomfort of the procedure. Essential vitamins and medications are directly injected into the scalp using ultra-fine needles to stimulate hair regeneration.
- Reduces and eventually eliminates hair loss
- Increases the flow of blood to the scalp
- Strengthens hair shafts by stimulating the growth of hair follicles
- Restores the health of inactive hair roots beneath the skin
- Reduces excessive DHT (primary hormone responsible for male pattern baldness)
- Adjusts out hormone deficiencies
- Regenerates hair cells to revive hair follicles
- Stimulates collagen production
In addition to these factors, inadequate nutrition, decreased blood flow to the scalp, and hormonal imbalances near the hair follicles can all contribute to hair loss in both men and women. Depending on the individual needs of the patient, a customized mesotherapy solution contains a combination of chemicals, vitamins, nucleic acids, and coenzymes that are injected into the scalp to activate these hair follicles once more.