A Highly Popular Aesthetic Treatment
Mesotherapy is a term used to describe microinjections of active ingredients into a mesoderm layer of the skin.
It is used for:
- Body sculpting
- Skin rejuvenation
- Hair loss
- Stretch mark
Mesotherapy for Cellulite
Cellulite is a skin condition affecting over 90% of post-pubescent women. Even those with a slim figure often complain about cellulite’s external visible symptoms – its lumpy, dimpled appearance.
Mesotherapy for cellulite can be used to:
- Improve blood flow to the area*
- Dissolve excess fat deposits*
- Remove fibrotic, hardened connective tissue*
- Improve lymphatic drainage*
4-6 treatments, 2-3 weeks apart, have shown excellent and long lasting results.*
Mesotherapy for Body Sculpting (MesoSculpting)
MesoSculpting can be used as alternatives to Liposuction. For those who have already had liposuction, who now find fat depositing in other areas and cellulite that has become worse, Mesotherapy is the answer.*
Microinjections, using a “fat burning” formula, are given directly to the areas being treated, such as love handles, bra bulge, saddlebags, double chin, etc. A series of 3-4 treatments are given, spaced 3 weeks apart.
Results are considered permanent as long as the patient adheres to a proper nutrition and exercise regimen. Occasional touch-ups may be required.*
In general, it is useful to include Mesotherapy in your weight loss program.
Mesotherapy for Skin Rejuvenation (MesoGlow)
Sun damage and progressive collagen loss cause skin to lose its glow and resiliency over time. MesoGlow infuses the dermis with potent vitamins and anti-oxidants to rejuvenate and revitalize the skin. People who have had MesoGlow treatment describe their skin as firm, radiant, youthful and glowing.*
An initial series of 2-4 treatments spaced a week apart are required. Results can be maintained twice a year with touch-up sessions.
Mesotherapy for Skin Rejuvenation is a Wonderful Compliment to Any Other Skin Treatment We Offer:
Many patients are concerned about doing Mesotherapy for the facial glow during a summer session, and we agree. Good sun protection must be an imperative after mesotherapy irrespectively if it is done on the face or the body (If it is in the sun exposed areas).
*Disclaimer: Treatment results will vary on a patient to patient basis. No guarantees can be made