Facial mesotherapy

Mesotherapy can be performed on patients of any age. During puberty, it is used to fight acne or acne scars. After 20 years, you can start this type of procedure to moisturize the skin, and combat pigmentation and the earliest signs of photoaging. This allows you to avoid more invasive procedures in the future, or at least delay them as much as possible. It should be borne in mind that after 60 years the effect will not be so pronounced.

Manipulation is almost painless and causes slight discomfort. A local anesthetic may be used during the procedure. Facial mesotherapy is a minimally invasive procedure, a complex of useful minerals and amino acids is administered through multiple injections, which are delivered to the mesoderm. A small bump (papule) forms at the site of the bite, which completely disappears within a day. The result is compaction, improvement of elasticity and appearance of the skin, and smoothing of fine wrinkles. The skin of the face looks younger and fresher. It is used for skin with fine wrinkles, fat deposits, acne, hyperpigmentation, dry skin, and enlarged pores, moisturizing, tightening, and tightening the skin, and for improving the area around the eyes.

A type of mesotherapy is collagen mesotherapy, which supports and restores collagen fibers, acts as a barrier against free radicals, and slows down skin aging. A combination of hyaluronic acid, mesococtails, and collagen mesotherapy is possible.

The duration of the procedure is about 20-30 minutes, depending on the treated area. The procedure improves blood circulation, increases metabolism, restores skin elasticity, and effectively rejuvenates it by stimulating the production of elastin and collagen. Possible adverse reactions in the form of redness and slight swelling in the treatment area, itching, and burning, which take place within a few hours to 1-2 days. The procedures do not depend on the season and can be carried out all year round.

Contraindications for its implementation are pregnancy and breastfeeding, infections in the treated area, and allergies to certain ingredients. Depending on the condition of the skin and the actual problem, the dermatologist evaluates which substances are most suitable for administration, and a course of procedures is required to achieve optimal effect.

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