What is Mesotherapy?
Mesotherapy are multiple of injections with short, thin needles to break down unwanted small localized areas of subcutaneous fat. By definition, any medication that is injected into the middle layer (mesoderm layer) of the skin, fat or tissue is considered mesotherapy. Mesotherapy injections introduce small amounts of homeopathic medicines, pharmaceuticals, vitamins, or minerals and amino acids into the subcutaneous fat or skin to treat a wide variety of ailments. Mesotherapy specialists choose the appropriate type of medication based on the specific needs of the patient.
During your mesotherapy treatment, the solution is injected directly into the fat layers and connective tissue to destroy adipose fat cells, through the induction of lipolysis (breakage and cell death between adipocytes). The treatment hardens the fat cell wall and breaks down localized areas of fat. The injection is relatively painless although some patient may prefer to use a numbing cream.
Mesotherapy y Aesthetic Medicine
Mesotherapy strengthens elastin fibers, stimulates the production of collagen, fights free radicals and stimulates cellular activity. When administered by a specialist trained in Mesotherapy, the injections reach the different layers of the skin as well as the subcutaneous fat, and are highly effective for reducing wrinkles and cellulite, and rejuvenating the skin. Following treatment, the skin will appear firmer, younger and healthier. Lines and wrinkles are reduced and skin has a more youthful, shinier appearance. Patients can expect to be very pleased with the results.
Mesotherapy has been proven to be effective for treating:
- Facial cellulite and neck rejuvenation
- Fat reduction
- Loose, sagging skin
- Stretch marks
- Migraine headaches