Mesotherapy is the process of delivering rejuvenating and regenerating solutions to the skin and subcutaneous tissue by injection. Depending on whether the skin is oily, dry or normal and the size of the subcutaneous adipose tissue, the required process and work is decided. For example, if the face is to be worked on, firstly, superficial peeling and mask application is performed after the skin is cleaned, these processes last for 20 minutes, then major mesotherapy is applied. In other words, filling, botox, prp, stem cells, cellulite and lipolysis for regional slimming and hair mesotherapy are the major methods we apply. With these techniques, skin blemishes, wrinkles, regional excess fat are removed, volume deficiencies are eliminated and hair stimulation is provided. Cosmetic artifacts that can be used at home are also recommended to ensure the continuation of the desired effect after the process.
The creams and solutions that we apply from the outside of the skin mostly nourish and revitalize the upper part of the skin. But the main part of the skin that needs to be revived is the lower skin. Mesolifting is an effective treatment procedure based on injecting mixtures such as vitamins, antioxidants, and hyaluronic acid into the lower parts of the skin.
Effect of Mesolifting
It provides skin regeneration by increasing the production of collagen and elastin of the skin. The skin takes on a brighter appearance. The elasticity of the skin increases and sagging decreases.
In Which Problems Is Mesolifting Effective?
It is effective in removing the sagging and aging effects on the face, neck, décolleté and hands.
The treatment is in the form of injecting the prepared mixture under the skin. The process with micro injectors is painless and painless or at a tolerable level. The patient can continue his daily life after treatment.
It should not be exposed to direct sunlight immediately after the treatment.
Session Time and Number of Sessions
Sessions average 20-30 minutes. in progress. Satisfactory results are obtained at the end of 2 sessions with a medium for 1 month and then maintenance sessions with a medium for 3-6 months.
Body mesotherapy is a method widely used in regional slimming… In this method, the aim is to reduce the fat cells by injecting small doses of medication into the problem area. Thanks to the drug injected under the skin, improvement in circulation and vitality in the lymphatic system increase, intracellular fat metabolism is accelerated. Thus, the number of fat cells in the subcutaneous adipose tissue decreases and the free fatty acids are excreted from the body by circulation.
What is Mesotherapy?
Mesotherapy is a treatment procedure based on the injection of a specially prepared medicine 1 to 6 cm below the skin. First, the French physician Dr. It was introduced by Michel Pistor in 1952.
In Which Treatments Is Mesotherapy Used?
In preventing hair loss
In regional slimming treatments
In removing cellulite
Treatment of stretch marks during pregnancy
In facial rejuvenation treatments
Treatment of acne and scars
Is Body Mesotherapy Applied to Every Person?
In individuals with heart failure,
In diabetes patients,
In individuals with kidney disease,
During pregnancy / breastfeeding period,
Mesotherapy is not applied in patients receiving anticoagulant therapy.
Is Body Mesotherapy Applied to Every Area?
Abdomen and stomach area,
It is applied to the places where there is regional lubrication, as the lower leg.
Number of Sessions
Although it varies from person to person and according to the type of treatment, success is achieved in the middle of 8-10 sessions on average.
Session Time and Session Intervals
The duration of body mesotherapy is 15 to 30 minutes depending on the size of the area. in progress. An average of 5 to 10 sessions is applied from person to person in the middle of the day. Afterwards, the patient is followed up with 1 maintenance session per month. The mesotherapy course can be repeated every 8 – 12 months.
There is no random situation that requires the patient to rest after the treatment. The patient can continue his normal daily life. Sunbathing and solarium should be avoided during mesotherapy treatment. At the end of the treatment, there is no harm in sunbathing after the sensitivity and bruises on the skin get better.