Mesotherapy is an aesthetic medical speciality that was introduced in 1950’s by a French doctor Michel Pistor. The international Society of Mesotherapy today numbers over 15,000 physicians in France, England, USA and recently Australia.
Mesotherapy employs the technique of relatively painless multiple injections of vitamins, minerals, medications and amino acids in micro-doses into targeted sites just under the surface of the skin.
The injected solutions therefore are individually prepared depending on its purpose. It promotes the body’s circulatory, lymphatic, and immune systems to create a desirable physiological response.
Mesotherapy has a variety of applications including weight loss, cellulite reduction, face and neck rejuvenation, hair regrowth and other medical uses.
Mesotherapy is currently recognized as a revolutionary tool for those patients seeking weight and fat loss. It works by modifying the biology of fat cells through blocking the signals of fat accumulation and simultaneously triggering the breakdown and release of stored fat.
Most problematic areas are targeted with the treatment.
Cellulite knows no boundary of female physique or life style. Poor circulation, localized fat accumulation, lymphatic congestion and weakness of connective tissues all contribute to the problem.
Mesotherapy works by:
- Restoring blood flow to the affected area
- Promoting lipolysis (dissolving fat)
- Improving lymphatic circulation
- Removing fibrotic and hardened connective tissue
- Face and Neck Rejuvenation (Mesolift)
Mesotherapy works by delivering potent antioxidants, vitamins and amino acids to nourish the skin. It promotes collagen and elastin production, removes free radicals, and improves skin circulation and metabolism. This leads to skin hydration, toning and tightening and leaves the skin radiant and glowing. Different areas can be treated including face, neck, arms and abdomen.