Needle mesoteraphy

Needle mesotherapy is a highly effective treatment that works wherever non-invasive, surface treatments have failed to bring desired results. It allows for effective rejuvenation and eradication of cellulite. It also slows down hair loss.

 

Indications:

  • Dry skin,
  • Loss of skin density,
  • Small wrinkles,
  • Excessive hair loss,
  • Cellulite,
  • Stretch marks,
  • Anti-wrinkle treatment.

How to prepare for the procedure:

  • Consultation with a dermatologist who carries out the procedure.
  • In the week preceding the procedure, it is advised to apply creams with a high content of vitamin K in order to seal the blood vessels.
  • Anesthesia of the area subjected to mesotherapy is performed half an hour before the procedure, using an anesthetic cream.

Procedure description and effects:

  • The treatment involves injecting medicinal substances directly into the skin in areas requiring special care.
  • The injection consists of various medicinal substances, used either solo or in so-called beauty cocktails. The most commonly used are hyaluronic acid, vitamins, amino acids, mineral salts, peptides.
  • Depending on the doctor’s suggestions and the administered formula, mesotherapy is performed as a series of treatments. Initially, the therapy involves one treatment every 2-4 weeks, then reminding treatments are performed every 2-4 months.
  • The effects are usually visible within a few days after the procedure.

After the procedure:

  • There may be erythema and edema in the injection area, as well as minor bruising. Symptoms disappear within 12-48 hours.
  • For 48 hours after the procedure it is advised not to use the sauna or swimming pools.
  • Intense physical activity should be abstained from.
  • Avoid tanning in a solarium and use an SPF 50+ cream.

Contraindications:

  • Pregnancy and nursing,
  • Taking anticoagulants,
  • Bacterial and viral skin infections.