Mesotherapy is a skin rejuvenation procedure that has been used in dermatology and aesthetic medicine for some time. It is a non-surgical skin treatment that involves using micro injections to apply natural ingredients already found in the skin.
Facial mesotherapy has many benefits; it helps to fight natural sagging and aging of the skin, helps to improve the appearance of wrinkles, and leaves the skin feeling rejuvenated and toned.
How Does Facial Mesotherapy Work?
The active ingredients, such as hyaluronic acid, vitamins (A, B, C, E, and K) and minerals, such as; magnesium, are injected directly into the skin of the patient. These injections are inserted into the epidermal layer of the skin. As we age our skins circulation decreases, thus reducing the oxygen and nutrients ability to drive out toxins from our skin. This all leads to premature aging of the skin and can give skin a tired appearance.
Facial Mesotherapy is a great skin rejuvenation course that is created on an individual basis and consists of several treatments. For achieving effective results patients are usually advised to undergo between five and eight treatments.
Facial mesotherapy is the method of skin regeneration that has been perfectly commended for due to its numerous competitive advantages over other skin treatment methods and more invasive procedures.
Benefits of Facial Mesotherapy
Mesotherapy is used for improving conditions of skin on the face, neck and décolletage. Ingredients are injected directly into the skin and therefore the efficiency of the procedure increases. Facial mesotherapy provides patients with long-lasting effects, provided they undergo the recommended amount of treatments and follow any guidelines given by the doctor performing the procedure.
During facial Mesotherapy the skin is supplied with useful nutrients, minerals, hyaluronic acid and multivitamins, so, the condition of the skin is improved significantly after the procedure.
Side Effects of Facial Mesotherapy
The mesotherapy is almost pain free. However, some patients feel slight discomfort during the procedure. If this occurs, a topical numbing cream is sometimes used to reduce the pain. Redness and slight swelling may also appear after treatment. Patients, who have taken blood-thinning medication such as aspirin before the procedure, often have small bruises. Nevertheless, these side effects are temporary and should subside within a few days.