Mesotherapy is a procedure that involves injecting valuable nutrients into the skin to regenerate tissue at the cellular level. The treatment is a great alternative to plastic surgery, brings long-lasting effects and at the same time does not require any sacrifice from you. Just 30 minutes is enough to start the process of skin rejuvenation.
The effectiveness of mesotherapy is a result of a combination of substances used and the work of your organism. The former eliminate the causes of worsening appearance and condition of the skin and the latter work as a reaction to interference in the tissue. Microscopic damage to the skin accelerates blood circulation and tissue regeneration process at the cellular level. This leads to the renewal of the skin and consequently to the reduction of its defects, including wrinkles and pigmentation spots. It is worth noting that the effect of the treatment lasts for at least 6 months. Nevertheless, in order to obtain a permanent effect it is recommended to perform a series of treatments.
The main reason why mesotherapy can be considered an optimal solution to the problem of aging skin is the fact that just one treatment gives a greater effect than months of using external cosmetic preparations. It is understandable – in the case of mesotherapy active substances are introduced into the skin and begin to work from the inside, while the best cream only for a moment softens the epidermis and in no way is able to fight the factors responsible for the deterioration of skin condition. In case of acquired skin damage or age-related changes only mesotherapy is able to bring a noticeable effect. What are the other benefits of mesotherapy treatment?
In addition to needle mesotherapy, there are several varieties of non-invasive mesotherapy. Basically, needleless mesotherapy uses the phenomenon of electroporation and involves exposure of the area to be treated to electromagnetic pulses of high frequency and low intensity. This causes the opening of channels in cell membranes, through which nutrients can penetrate into the cells. There is also cryotherapy using in addition to the phenomenon of electroporation cold therapy.
Other varieties of mesotherapy are sonophoresis using ultrasound and iontophoresis, during which nutrients reach the tissues with the help of electromagnetic field strength. Oxygen infusion treatments are also available, which involve the introduction of active ingredients into the skin layers using a special applicator of hyperbaric oxygen.
The advantage of non-invasive treatments is, of course, the lack of needling. It is worth noting, however, that due to shallower introduction of cocktails into the skin the effect of the treatment may be slightly weaker.
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