This technique relies on ultra-fine needles to administer the injection series directly into the mesoderm (middle layer) of the skin. By administering the solutions with great accuracy into the tissue of the skin it is believed that circulation is improved, and inflammation reduced.
The mesotherapy process further stimulates the skin’s fibroblasts, so they start producing more elastin and collagen. In addition, cells are renewed with the nutrient mixtures. Basically, the needles effectively get the nutrients directly to the fibroblasts where your skin needs it the most. it is a technique that was developed by a doctor called Michael Pistor in France in 1952 and it is a non-surgical procedure.
An effective cosmetic treatment, mesotherapy consists of a series of injections that contain a mixture of enzymes, hormones, vitamins, and plant extracts that complement each other to help tighten and refresh aging skin. Frequently, mesotherapy is used to administer platelet-rich fibrin (PRF) for even greater results. The product PRF is derived from the patient’s own blood to further enhance the results. Nowadays, aesthetic professionals turn to mesotherapy to treat the following:
• To smooth wrinkles and fine lines
• Eliminate cellulite
• Tighten loose skin
• Fat removal on the thighs, hips, buttocks, arms, face, legs, and stomach
• Reduce pigment in the skin
• Treat hair loss
• Recounter the body’s silhouette