Mesotherapy means treatment of the skin’s middle tier (mesoderm).
It was applied by Dr. Michel Pistor in 1952 for the first time, and was included in the French Medical Academy literature in 1987.
It has a wide range of field of application in medicine today, and can be sued for aesthetic and cosmetic purposes.
What is the content of mesotherapy and how is it applied?
Mesotherapy content is prepared and applied on a customised basis. Most of them are originated from herbal products that are certified by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and are characterised as medications with lower risk of reactions.
These are cocktails in the form of liquid, gel or cream made of hyaluronic acid, antioxidant vitamins, as well as l-carnitine, which is effective for slimming and cellulite treatment, selenium, ginko biloba, DMHA, which is used for skin firming, vitamin B5, copper and zinc.
Special fine-needles are used for reaching the mesoderm layer of the skin. These substances are involved in capillary thermal circulation and add a direct effect to the desired area. The pain is very little, and local aesthetic creams are used before the treatment.
Mesotherapy is applied in 5-6 sessions, once a week depending on the complaint. Each session takes 10 minutes.
Results of the mesotherapy treatment are visible as from the first and second session.
To which parts is mesotherapy applied?
– Cellulite, slimming and lifting
– Preventing hair loss and rejuvenating hair roots
-Facial rejuvenating and mesolifting
– Dorsum rejuvenating
– Neck and décolleté
-Skin stria, spot and scar treatment
Cellulite and Body Mesotherapy
Composed of natural herbal extracts, amino acid, l-carnitin, enzyme, vitamin mixtures, it is applied to cellulite and lipoidosis parts of the body directly by way of micro injection technique by a physician.
Medication cocktails absorbed by the skin reach the subcutaneous fatty tissues, burns the fat cells, stimulates blood stream and increases collagen production. Fibrotic and collagen tissue bands that cause orange peel due to cellulite are dissolved in the area of application, thus cellulite is eliminated. In addition, the dissolving fat tissue also helps to reduce cellulite.
Emerging stria, pink in colour, are treated as well.
Hair mesotherapy is commonly used by hair transplantation and care centres all around the world as it gives concrete results.
Hair mesotherapy is the act of injection customised mixtures to the dermis of the skin by using micro needles with special methods. One feels scarcely any pain.
A special mixture of medication that reaches to the capillary vein tips that, in turn, are present on middle layer of the skin and that are nutritious for hair (amino acid, vitamin and mineral mixture) show immediate and visible effects.
Objective of Treatment;
-To stop hair loss,
– To ensure existing hair grows thicker, denser and healthier and to improve its quality,
– To stimulate, nourish and rejuvenate hair roots and thin hairs sleeping under the skin,
– To rejuvenate weak and lank hair instead of seeking short-term solutions for healthier hair growth,
– This is relatively less time-consuming than many other methods such as shampoos hair sprays etc. It gives visible and lasting results.
– The results obtained are fast and efficient.
Hair mesotherapy helps to stop hair loss on the one hand, and improves hair quality on the other hand.
Applied to hair skin at certain intervals, hair mesotherapy requires 10 sessions on average. Each session usually takes 10 minutes and is applied once a week.
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In our thirties, our skin begins to dry and loses its humidity, which results in skin aging, fine lines and wrinkles. These wrinkles become even more deep-seated in the course of time, leading to skin sagging.
Vitamins, minerals, amino acids, enzymes and medications area applied to the middle layer of the skin during mesotherapy meaning facial rejuvenating and anti-wrinkle therapy. . It is used for rejuvenating the neck, décolleté and dorsum apart from mesoliftng. Newly-formed skin spots can be treated with mesotherapy to a certain extent.
What are the points to take into consideration after the application?
It is important that attenuant medications are not taken as they end to cause bruise.
It is important not to wear make-up, remain exposed to sunlight, to avoid steam bath, Turkish bath and very hot water shower for 1 week following the application.
To whom is it not recommended?