Mesotherapy is a series of micro-injections delivering essential nourishing substances to where cell repair and growth happens - vitamins, amino-acids, minerals, hyaluronic acid...
It improves dull, tired-looking, dry, lifeless skin and helps fill superficial wrinkles.
How is it done?
A series of superficial micro-injections. These are normally well tolerated, but for sensitive areas anaesthetic cream can be used prior to the treatment.
6-8 sessions initially at 2 week intervals, with maintenance 1-2 times a year.
Are there any contraindications?
Almost none but known allergy to components in the proposed mesotherapy cocktail, pregnancy, breastfeeding, kelloid scarring, active infection or malignancy would mean you wouldnt be able to have the treatment done.
Is the treatment safe?
Yes, all the substances used, normally occur in the skin but degrade as our skin becomes older and stressed. Mesotherapy replaces these naturally occurring vitamins and nutrients.
Is it effective?
Very, skin becomes luminescent, hydrated, nourished, and firmer and texture is improved. Try it and see!
Any side effects?
Minimal bruising, swelling and marks from injections are all short lived. Infection, allergy, scar or pigmentation is very rare.
Any aftercare needed?
Ice packs are applied to reduce possible minor swelling and bruising. Moisturiser and SPF cream should be used afterwards. Make-up can be used from the day after treatment.
Can mesotherapy be combined with other cosmetic treatments? Does it interact with prescription medication?
Yes, it is often used to enhance effects of other cosmetology treatments. Botulinim toxin A is often added to mesotherapy cocktails and the mixture is then called Mesobotox.
Some prescription medication can interact with the components of cocktails so you should see Dr Jonny Christopher our specialist in this treatment if any interactions are possible.
|Only £280 for a single syringe of mesotherapy.|
|Low rate of only £400 for two syringes used in a single treatment session.|