Mesotherapy is a technique regarding the direct insertion of various substances in the middle layer of the skin, the dermis, which consists primarily of connective tissue fibers and is responsible for nourishing and supporting the skin. It contains essential components of the skin such as hyaluronic acid and collagen and elastin proteins, responsible for the structure, elasticity and the percentage of skin hydration. With the passage of time, the characteristics of the skin change, resulting in relaxation, dryness, wrinkles, etc. Injectable mesotherapy uses ingredients such as hyaluronic acid, vitamins and peptides that deeply moisturize and tighten the skin. Hyaluronic acid, responsible for hydration, has the capacity to absorb up to one thousand times its weight in water. Vitamins, thanks to their antioxidant properties, inhibit the further degeneration of collagen and elastin fibers and participate in the production of collagen. On the other hand, peptides are powerful firming agents.
How is it applied?
The doctor chooses the composition of active substances to be used, depending on the needs of the skin. An anesthetic cream then follows which means that the treatment is painless. Then the doctor injects a very fine needle with the selected substances. At the end of the treatment, a special mask is applied that soothes the skin, so the individual can return immediately to their activities. You may experience mild irritation that will subside in a couple of hours. Very rarely will this treatment create small, temporary bruising at the injection sites. Mesotherapy may be combined with other non-invasive tightening and moisturizing treatments such as injectable hyaluronic acid or a thread lift.