Facial Mesotherapy

What Mesotherapy is? 

Mesotherapy means intradermal injection of substances and is best done either with the use of a special tool or by injection. The special tool consists of very thin needles which penetrate the skin with the pulse vibration function and the substances are injected intradermally. In this way, small channels are created on the surface of the skin, through which the substances reach the middle layer of the skin

In injectable mesotherapy, with very fine injections, we inject the necessary ingredients all over the face.

The skin is made up of three layers, the epidermis, the dermis and the subcutaneous tissue.

  • The epidermis is the thin outer layer of the skin.
  • The dermis is the intermediate tissue in which fibroblasts are present, responsible for the production of collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid.
  • Subcutaneous tissue is the deepest layer of skin that contains subcutaneous fat.

Over the ages, fibroblasts degenerate and decrease in number, resulting in skin losing its volume.

With mesotherapy we achieve the replenishment of substances such as antioxidants, minerals and mainly hyaluronic acid.

This is a simple, quick and relatively painless treatment. After the end of the session there may be a mild irritation which subsides within the next few hours.

The results are immediately visible even after the first session, where we notice an improvement in the texture and appearance of the skin. The desired aesthetic result will usually be achieved after 3-6 sessions with an interval of 7-15 days.

Mesotherapy can be applied to the face, around the eyes, neck, décolleté, and hands.

Facial mesotherapy is usually needed in cases of dehydration, relaxation, loss of firmness, appearance of wrinkles, prolonged exposure to the sun that causes photoaging, etc.

There are,also, other mesotherapy procedures where, in addition to these applications, we can treat other conditions such as cellulite.