Mesotherapy is a medical treatment technique that uses injections of cocktails consisting of different vitamins, enzymes, hormones and plant extracts to rejuvenate and tighten the skin of the face, neck, décolletage and other parts of the body, improve and enhance it’s texture, hydration and quality. It’s other amazing feature is ability to reduce the excess of the fat and cellulite.

Mesotherapy was invented by a French doctor Michel Pistor over 50 years ago, initially as a pain relieve treatment but since then it developed into many different branches of cosmetic medicine and gained huge popularity across Europe and United States. Today it is used for a wide spectrum of treatments including:

•reducing and removing the excess fat in areas like stomach, thighs, buttocks, hips, legs, arms, and face

•reducing cellulite

•improving skin quality and texture to reduce and fade small lines and wrinkles

•tightening of the loose skin

•recontouring and redefining the body curves and shapes

•lightening irregularities of skin pigmentation

•treatment of alopecia, a condition that causes hair loss and improving hair quality and volume

The technique uses very fine needles to deliver a series of injections into the middle layer (mesoderm) of the skin and the idea behind mesotherapy is to correct underlying issues and problems like poor circulation, oxidation or nutrition which cause the inflammation damaging the skin.

There is no one standard formula for the choice of the substance injected in mesotherapy treatment so your clinicians will use their knowledge and expertise to choose from many different sophisticated cocktails consisting of prescription medicines like vasodilators and antibiotics, hormones such as calcitonin and thyroxin, enzymes like collagenase and hyaluronidase, herbal extracts as well as vitamins and minerals to find the best solution for you.


Frequently Asked Questions

First of all your clinician will check your Medical History, discuss your concerns, desires and treatment options and explain proposed plan of action. You might be advised to avoid aspirin (Bufferin) and other nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) for one week before the procedure as these pain relievers can increase the risk of bleeding and bruising during mesotherapy treatment.

If your treatment is provided by skilled and experienced practitioner the risks are minimal and the only possible side effects may include nausea, sensitivity, mild pain, swelling, itching, redness, bruising, rash.

Because mesotherapy is a non-invasivetreatment, usually there is not any downtime. Many people are able to return to their regular activities right away. Others may need to take a day off due to swelling and pain at the injection sites.

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At the Facial Secrets Clinic you will be looked after by our outstanding team of clinicians, innovators in their cosmetic medicine fields using their exceptional knowledge, skills, expertise and artistic touch to offer you completely new level of care.

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