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Stimulates collagen production and improves the elasticity, pigmentation and texture



For those who wish to improve their skin’s radiance, firmness and vitality are finding that Mesotherapy is an excellent way to achieve subtle beauty preservation, a firm favourite with celebrities– giving beautiful, glowing skin.

The treatment involves multiple micro-injections of a vitamin & hyaluronic acid cocktail under the skin’s surface, which stimulates collagen production and improves the elasticity, pigmentation and texture of the skin. It replaces the essential vitamins, minerals and hyaluronic acid that is lost with lifestyle factors and ageing.

Mesotherapy Introduction
Mesotherapy Injections

Mesotherapy has many benefits

It helps to fight natural sagging and ageing of the skin, helps to improve the appearance of wrinkles, and leaves the skin feeling rejuvenated and toned. Active ingredients, such as hyaluronic acid, vitamins (A, B, C, D, E, and K) and other minerals are injected directly into the skin of the patient. These injections are applied into the epidermal layer of the skin, this can help to slow down the skin ageing process, as we age our skins circulation decreases, thus reducing the oxygen and nutrients ability to drive out unwanted toxins from our skin. This leads to premature ageing of the skin and can give the skin a tired appearance. Although Mesotherapy can reduce fine lines and wrinkles it cannot remove them, but if a patient chooses to have a course of treatments these lines and wrinkles can be greatly softened and reduced.

Conditions suitable for Mesotherapy treatments

Mesotherapy is an injection treatment that delivers nourishing substances to the layers of the skin where cell repair and growth occurs. Vitamins, amino-acids, minerals, hyaluronic acid, all essential components for healthy skin cells, can be delivered by mesotherapy. This treatment helps improve dull, tired looking skin; dry, lifeless skin, superficial wrinkles and is ideal for pre- or post-operative skin conditioning. Mesotherapy is commonly used as a treatment for anti-ageing including preventative treatments to keep good skin health. Although Mesotherapy is used to treat a broad spectrum of injuries, illnesses and medical conditions, it is also employed to treat cosmetic conditions, including acne, cellulite, stretch marks, hair loss, scars and wrinkles. It can also be used to reduce and contour fat.

Delivering Nourishing Substance
Mesotherapy Anti Ageing

What are Mesotherapy’s anti-ageing and skin rejuvenation uses?

Sub-dermal vitamin injections rejuvenate the cells, making them more active, and thereby stimulating the production of collagen and elastin. You can begin anti-ageing treatments in your mid twenties to prevent wrinkles from forming.

Treatments for the face, neck, arms and hands are recommended several times each year. Although Mesotherapy can reduce fine lines and wrinkles it cannot remove them, but if a patient chooses to have a course of treatments these lines and wrinkles can be greatly softened and reduced.

A treatment for the prevention of ageing

The ageing process can be unkind to our skin. Sun damage and collagen loss leads to our skin to losing its plumpness, resiliency and natural glow. While we can’t prevent ageing, but with good nutrition, healthy lifestyle and regular facial treatments; we can certainly slow down the process. When we talk of facial treatments targeted at delaying ageing process & giving skin its natural glow, Mesotherapy can be the ideal solution. Mesotherapy is the supplement to many anti-ageing regimens, such as Botox, laser resurfacing, peels, topical creams, antioxidants and face-lifts. Though these techniques remove wrinkles and other ageing signs, none of them can help you achieve a healthy glow the way Mesotherapy does.

Mesotherapy prevent signs of ageing
Dermaplaning Model

So how exactly does mesotherapy prevent ageing signs and gives the skin a radiant look?

Discovered in Europe, mesotherapy is one of the newest non-invasive techniques in cosmetic medicine projected to revitalize ageing skin. This technique calls for the transfer of vitamins, peptides, minerals, and amino acids to the dermal layer (which is the mesoderm) of the skin using needles or electric pulses. This cocktail of vitamins and anti-oxidants nourishes and repairs the skin from deep within. It delivers the hyaluronic acid, collagen, and elastin deep into the skin―all of which enhance skin elasticity and make it glow. Hyaluronic acid keeps the skin moisturised and hydrated, while collagen & elastin hold on to skin’s elasticity. Mesotherapy is a safe, natural alternative to invasive cosmetic procedures in the prevention of ageing skin.

A positive outcome in treating many conditions

Mesotherapy can offer positive outcome in treating many conditions including but not limited to the following:

  • Scar reduction (including hypertrophic scars caused by acne, surgery, or small burns)
  • Stretch marks
  • Reducing fine lines and wrinkles
  • Dyspigmentation
  • Tightening sagging skin
  • Collagen induction

The delivery method for treating these conditions can vary depending on the area and the condition to be treated, typically injection Mesotherapy can successfully treat areas on the head/neck as well as localised areas on the body. Derma roller/ stamps / pens typically suit larger area mainly as a collagen induction treatment.

Positive Outcomes
After Treatment Advice

After treatment advice

Following treatment of Mysotherapy, you should adhere to the following:

  • Patients should avoid sun exposure within 4 hours of the treatment.
  • No constrictive head wear (tight hats, hair bands etc.)
  • No makeup for 24 hours post treatment.
  • Avoid Aspirin or any medication which may increase risk of bruising.
  • Drink 2 litres of water daily.

Typical indications for the use of Mysotherapy

Typical indications for the use of Mesotherapy include but are not limited to:

  • Face/body: Scar reduction (including hypertrophic scars caused by acne, surgery, or small burns)

  • Stretch marks (body)

  • Reducing fine lines and wrinkles (Head & Neck)

  • Dyspigmentation (face)

  • Tightening sagging skin (Face & body)

  • Collagen induction (face & body)

  • Hair loss (head)

  • Localised fat reduction (body)

Mysotherapy treatment indications

Contra Indications

All contra indications should be taken into consideration before every client starts their treatment. The following is a list of Contra indications when using Mesotherapy includes but is not limited to:

  • Somatic diseases (mental illnesses that cause bodily symptoms, including pain)
  • Uncompensated pancreatic diabetes
  • Autoimmune diseases
  • Blood coagulability disorder, prolongated anticoagulants intake (requires G.P clearance note)
  • Multiple skin neoplasm (abnormal growth of tissue caused by the rapid division of cells)
  • “A” stage herpes (highly likely to get an attack after treatment)
  • Epilepsy and other psycho-neurological disorders (requires G.P clearance note)
  • Papulopustular Rosacea (modify, do not use vitamin C. do not treat active acne)
  • Scleroderma
  • Bacterial or fungal infections
  • Open lesions
  • Solar Keratosis
  • Skin Cancer
  • Haemophilia A
  • Pregnancy and Lactation

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