The mesotherapy technique appeared for the first time in 1952, by the hand of Michael Pistor as a skin treatment. The application of the treatment consists of infiltrating
different medications through microinjections, depending on the purpose we intend to achieve, both on the face and on the body.
Mesotherapy is a non-surgical medical cosmetic treatment. Mesotherapy employs multiple injections of pharmaceutical and homeopathic medications, plant extracts, vitamins, and other ingredients into subcutaneous fat. The effects of mesotherapy are instantaneous and the micro-injections of mesotherapy are practically painless
It is a rejuvenation, toning, revitalization and re-tensioning technique of the skin tissue of the face, neck, décolleté, etc., through the direct injection of biological solutions. The components used contribute to the stimulation of different biological metabolisms of the skin, as well as to skin restructuring. These solutions are composed of vitamins, amino acids, trace elements, minerals and hyaluronic acid, which act by regulating cell growth, inhibiting oxidation, stimulating collagen synthesis, and other essential mechanisms for skin balance and cellular metabolism.
It is applied through a series of intradermal injections with very fine needles in areas of the neck and face; This ensures the best penetration and greater absorption of anti-aging treatments.
With this Aesthetic Medicine treatment it is achieved that the skin has an immediate hydration, stretching and remarkable luminosity, it is also easily combined with other aesthetic medical treatments.
Ideal to combat aging, sagging, malnourished, ragged skin, oily skin and large pores. It is mainly intended for the hydration, drainage, regeneration, firming and filling of the skin of the face, neck and décolleté areas, global revitalization of the skin.
It can be combined with other techniques such as radiofrequency, non-ablative laser, chemical peeling … to enhance the results.