The Mesotherapy technique was formulated in 1952 by Dr. M. Pistor in France, and was recognized by the French National Academy of Medicine in 1987.
Mesotherapy is the micro-injection of traditional medication, homeopathic medication, and vitamins into the mesoderm, or middle layer of skin, acting as a "medicinal bullet" that is delivered directly to a target in the body.
Mesotherapy allows a much smaller dose of the same medicine to be injected directly at the site of the problem, into the skin. It works by stimulating the body to heal itself in those targeted areas. Medication is administered subcutaneously with special disposable micro needles. Micro-drops of the drug are slowly absorbed into the blood flow.
MESOTHERAPY HAS BEEN USED FOR:
Face, Neck Bio-revitalization
Wrinkles, Acne, Scars
Flaccid skin, Stretch marks, aged hands
Weight loss, Fat loss
Alopecia, Thinning hair
Seams and scars, etc.
Muscle pain relief, etc.
Mesotherapy is sometimes called rehabilitation therapy. It stimulates patient's body, immune system and patients looks younger.
SIDE EFFECTS AND RESTRICTIONS
Side effects of the procedure may be a possible reddening, swelling and/or bruising around the area of the injections. These symptoms generally disappear in a matter of hours. Mesotherapy is generally suitable for most people, including children and those with diabetes. There are no age restrictions.
General restrictions vary with conditions treated and will be discussed before treatments are administered. You can not wear makeup for four hours after Mesotherapy. You can not 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 prior to treatment.
(No Needle mesotherapy)
What is the difference between Electroporation and conventional Mesotherapy?
Electroporation offers the same results as conventional mesotherapy, but without using needles and causing hematomas, marks, infections or other side effects. Besides, it is completely painless. It is particularly indicated for patients who are sensitive to conventional methods.
Virtual Mesotherapy is a new technology that is based on the innovative electroporation technique for applying of active ingredients and enhancing results in multiple of facial and body treatments. Electroporation consists of medium-frequency of low modulated currents that cause the micropores of the cell membrane to temporarily open, and thus passing the epidermal barrier and enabling the absorption of the active ingredients through the skin.
Virtual mesotherapy has no side effects. It is a non-invasive, very effective and practically painless treatment which restores luminosity and smoothness to the face, neck and body skin. Effective results are obtained by the application of active products, without the drawbacks of traditional mesotherapy.
The results and benefits are:
Elimination of cellulite;
Reduction of fatty deposits;
Reduction of edema;
Firms up of skin: breasts, buttocks, inner arms, etc;
Regeneration of tissue;
Reduction of stretch marks and scars;
Reduction of skin aging signs: wrinkles, expression lines, etc;
Transdermal application (non invasive) of active ingredients
The procedure is applied by a doctor. It lasts 30-60 minutes and it's recommended for both body and facial treatment. We recommend a shock treatment of 10 weekly or biweekly sessions, depending on the condition of each person's skin. Afterwards it is advisable to continue with maintenance sessions to ensure that tissues do not lose their new form.
Skin alterations, rash, ulcers and allergies
People who have prosthesis like a pacemaker or others
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