433013

Mesotherapy

Mesotherapy is a nonsurgical treatment where the injections of vitamins, enzymes, hormones, and plant extracts are used to rejuvenate and tighten skin, as well as remove excess fat. It is used to:

  • Bring back the glow of the skin
  • Treat dull skin
  • Remove excess fats
  • Tighten skin
  • Contour the body
  • And, treat hair loss as well.

VCare experts expertise in formulation and application, producing highly satisfying results with conditions ranging from dark circles to hair loss and skin aging.

 

What is Mesotherapy:

Mesotharapy was developed by Michel Pistor, a doctor in France to relive the pain. Here the hydrochloric acid is injected into the middle layer (mesoderm) of the skin. Which produces collagen and elastin which simulates skin metabolism, hence making skin plumper, hydrated, radiant, glowing and firmer

mesotherapy-1024x1024

Procedure:

Your dermatologist may advise you to avoid pain killers & coffee at least one week before the treatment as the pain killers increase the risk of bleeding and bruising during the therapy. During the session, your doctor may apply a numbing medicine on our skin. After that, you will get a series of injections using a short needle attached to a mechanical-gun which can deliver several injections in a row. Based on the condition being treated the depth will vary at which the injections will be applied, injecting a tiny drop of solution to your body. The treatment usually involves placing the needle at a particular angle or doctor flicking their wrist frequently which injecting. You will need several sessions to get the desired effect. Once the skin starts to improve the duration between the sessions will be stretched. After treatment, there may be some superficial swelling and signs of tiny needle marks. These marks usually settle in 24-48 hours except for the eye area which may take a little longer.

eautician giving an injection

Mesotherapy and Liposuction:

Vitamins, enzymes & hormones are injected into the body in case of Mesotherapy, whereas in case of liposuction a thin plastic tube is inserted into the skin and then the fat is vacuumed, making it intrusive technique. The patient need not be under the influence of anesthesia in case of Mesotherapy opposing to the later technique. Injection lipolysis is another noninvasive treatment that is similar to mesotherapy. Here, the doctor injects phosphatidylcholine and deoxycholate into the fat layer under the skin to break up fat. The terms “mesotherapy” and “injection lipolysis” are often used synonymously, though they are different, and there is very little evidence to show injection lipolysis works.