What is Mesotherapy?
Mesotherapy, otherwise known as Lipodissolve, may help to reduce cellulite and fat. This well-known and accepted therapeutic process, invented in 1952 by Dr. Michel Pistor (France), is an alternative medicinal therapy that requires rigorous procedures and is applied in the safest conditions. This therapeutic process is now practiced in many countries of the world.
Mesotherapy is a treatment that stimulates the mesoderm, or middle layer of the skin. It is done with homeopathic agents containing amino acids, nucleoproteins, oligo-elements, and vitamins. Medication is administered subcutaneously with special disposable microneedles. Micro-drops of the drug is slowly absorbed into the blood flow. Other treatments include a lifting mask and color therapy which help to smooth out wrinkles and reduce a double chin. Flaccid skin, acne scars, and fatty deposits also respond to this treatment.
Almost 90% of women claim that they suffer from cellulite. Cellulite commonly appears between the ages of 25 and 35 and progressively worsens with time. Although it’s easily treated with a few Mesotherapy sessions in its early stages, once cellulite progresses to more advanced stages, treatment usually requires a greater number of Mesotherapy sessions.
Stages Of Cellulite:
- Stage 0: No visible cellulite, even when the skin is pinched.
- Stage 1: No visible cellulite when standing or lying down. However, an “orange peel” texture can be seen when the skin is pinched.
- Stage 2: Visible cellulite when standing but not when lying down.
- Stage 3: Visible cellulite when standing and lying down.
Stage 3 cellulite has commonly been referred to as “terminal cellulite,” meaning there was a time when we thought that this stage of cellulite had been thought to have been completely untreatable until Mesotherapy was introduced. Mesotherapy has allowed us to successfully treat women with Stage 3 cellulite, leading us to believe that any kind of cellulite can be treated.
Mesotherapy can help reduce cellulite on the legs and buttocks, breaking down the orange-peel appearance of skin, and producing a smooth contour on the treated area.
Other Than Cellulite, Mesotherapy Also Treats:
- Fat Reduction
- Face, Neck Biorevitalization
- Wrinkles, Acne, Scars
- Flaccid skin, Stretch marks
- Cellulite, Reduction
- Weight loss, Fat loss
- Alopecia, Thinning hair
Side Effects and Restrictions
Side effects of the procedure may be a possible reddening, swelling and bruising around the area of the injections. General restrictions vary with conditions treated and will be discussed before treatments are administered. You cannot wear makeup for four hours after Mesotherapy. You cannot vigorously exercise for 48 hours. No hot showers are allowed for 6 to 8 hours after treatments. It is also recommended to eat a meal high in protein before treatment.
Take The First Step
*Individual Results May Vary