In facial aesthetics, facial mesotherapy is a cosmetic treatment technique primarily used to enhance the appearance of facial skin and address specific issues, such as wrinkles, fine lines, skin sagging, dark spots, and acne.
During the procedure, a cocktail of substances tailored to the individual needs of the patient is injected into the facial skin, including vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and other nutrients that aid in improving the health and appearance of the skin.
In addition to vitamin cocktails and hyaluronic acid, our clinic also employs micro-needling and mesotherapy techniques to apply plasma (PRP and PRF). This treatment, popularly known as the “vampire facelift”, uses the plasma concentrate obtained from the patient themselves. The aim is to stimulate cell renewal and regeneration, acting as an effective anti-aging therapy.
Mesotherapy, clinically proven, enhances the skin’s elasticity and dermal structure, controlling sagging, spots, and wrinkles, restoring a more youthful, radiant, hydrated, and natural appearance.
What is facial mesotherapy and what is it for?
Facial aesthetic mesotherapy is a medical procedure in which microinjections are applied under the skin, with various products and cocktails to promote: regeneration, hydration, biostimulation for collagen synthesis, combating spots, fine lines, enlarged pores…
Mesotherapy is mainly used to treat pain and inflammation, and it’s also used to improve skin appearance and reduce localized fat.
Mesotherapy can also be used to treat hair loss and scalp problems, such as dandruff and hair fall. The drug solution injected into the scalp may include minerals, amino acids, and other nutrients that help strengthen hair and prevent hair loss.
Are facial mesotherapy treatments painful?
No! We apply a topical ointment before the treatment, making the discomfort mild, tolerable, and transient.
Contraindications for mesotherapy on the face:
Some of the main contraindications for mesotherapy include:
- Pregnancy: Mesotherapy can be hazardous for pregnant women as the drugs may cross the placental barrier and affect the fetus.
- Skin diseases: If you have an active skin condition, such as dermatitis or psoriasis, mesotherapy might worsen the symptoms or complicate the treatment.
- Cardiac or circulatory diseases: mesotherapy might increase the risk of blood clots or other issues.
- Allergies: If you are allergic to any of the medications used in mesotherapy, the procedure could be dangerous.
- Infections: If you have an active infection at the injection site, mesotherapy might worsen the infection or spread it to other areas of the body.
- It should not be performed during the summer.