Due to the effects of aging process and environmental factors, the moisture level of our skin decreases. As a result, the skin appears dry, dull and lifeless.
Nowadays, many skin rejuvenation options are available that restore the moisture lost in the skin, reduce wrinkles, and help the skin to reconstruct its protective layer. Mesotherapy which has been applied for many years is still one of the most preferred treatments in the world among the skin rejuvenation methods due to its effective results obtained.
With Mesotherapy, you can supply nutrients to your skin, so it regains the moisture it lost.
What is Mesotherapy/Mesolifting?
Mesotherapy application is a method of injecting a special mixture prepared with vitamins, minerals, amino acids and hyaluronic acid which play an active role in cell metabolism into skin and sometimes into the subcutaneous fat tissue.
The most important feature of this method is the preparation of the mixture injected subcutaneously according to the needs of the person. Creams or serums that we apply daily to our skin can not adequately penetrate into lower layers of the skin, and they can not get enough support they need.
However, in mesolifting, the necessary therapeutic agents are given directly to the problematic area in the required amount, so that your skin gets its nutrient supply from inside.
What are Indications of Mesotherapy?
- Reduction of the signs of aging on the skin to achieve a fresh and radiant appearance
- Increasing the skin's moisture level
- Tightening the skin by creating a lifting effect
- Rendering young, vivid and healthy appearance to the skin
- Reducing the number of skin spots
- Teatment of cellulitis
- Regional thinning
- Hair treatments
What are the Application Areas of Mesotherapy?
- Arms and legs.
How is Mesotherapy Applied?
Anesthetic cream is applied to the affected area before starting the procedure. Then, the mixture prepared according to the individual needs is injected subcutaneously using very fine needles. The sessions last about 15-20 minutes.
Is there a Side Effect of the Treatment?
After the procedure, mild redness and tiny puffiness due to micro-injection may be seen on the skin which will spontaneously resolve within a short time. Some people may develop mild bruises that will disappear in a few days.
How Many Sessions of Mesotherapy are Performed?
Even though the number of sessions and the time interval between the sessions vary according to the needs of the person and the results to be obtained, usually 3 or 4 sessions of mesotherapy applied at 1-2 week intervals are recommended.