Mesotherapy is a non-surgical skin rejuvenation procedure that can be used on both the face and the body to reduce problem areas. Rejuvenation of the face, neck, and area around the eyes, as well as treatment for more prevalent conditions like hair thinning, are all potential applications of mesotherapy.
When treating patients with mesotherapy, Hyaluronic Acid is injected directly into the mesoderm (middle layer of the skin). This not only promotes the formation of collagen and elastin but also revs up your skin’s metabolism, which nourishes and rejuvenates the skin.
At IPAL Clinic, this method involves injecting skin-lightening chemicals, such as Glutathione and Vitamin C, directly into the skin layers to cure hyperpigmentation caused by Melasma, blemishes, freckles, and post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation. In only four sessions, there is a remarkable improvement.
The treatment consists of giving the skin’s epidermis and mesoderm (the middle layer) very superficial hyaluronic acid injections. This helps nourish and renew the skin, improve cell activity, and encourage collagen and elastin formation.
Your skin will appear moisturized, luminous, radiant, and more firm after a round of Mesotherapy injections. It is recommended that patients undergo a series of four to six mesotherapy treatments at intervals ranging from two weeks to four months.
After treatment, you may notice tiny needle marks and some mild swelling on the skin’s surface, both of which should go away within 24 to 48 hours. Because of this, patients might require a little time to recover after having work done around their eyes because it might take a little bit longer.
The therapy addresses a range of skin conditions, including aging, acne, and pigmentation problems. Among the advantages of mesotherapy are:
Mesotherapy is generally regarded as safe when administered by a trained medical professional. However, like with any cosmetic surgery, adverse effects and consequences are possible. At the injection site, edema, redness, and bruising are frequent side effects. Before having mesotherapy, it is essential to consult with a certified physician and discuss any potential hazards.